Weighting

Is the amount of a securityĆ­s value relative to a portfolio. The amount committed to a particular asset class, industry or sector.
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Weighting

The relative proportion of each of a group of securities or asset classes within a single investment portfolio. See also Overweight, Underweight.
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Weighting

An equalization curve used in audio tests that compensates for the Fletcher Munson Effect at various levels.
Found on http://www.testing1212.co.uk/a.htm

Weighting

The process of determining which bone in a skeleton affects which part of a model`s surface mesh. In many cases, this is achieved by painting weight maps onto the surface of the model that delineate a particular bone`s area of influence.
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weighting

noun (statistics) a coefficient assigned to elements of a frequency distribution in order to represent their relative importance
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Weighting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Weight
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weighting

(from the article `filling`) ...constructions, such as velvet or velveteen, extra sets of warps are used to form the pile. A single filling yarn is known as a pick, or shot. In ... Weighting, in the processing of silk, involves the application of metallic salts to add body and weight. The process is not permanent but can be ... [2 re...
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weighting

To attribute a weighting to a specific market (or market segment), is to give it a relative weight that is greater or lesser than its weighting in the benchmark (to overweight/underweight)....
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Weighting

(1) For evaluation of customer lists, a means of applying values to the RF$UISM data for each cell. (For larger lists this is better done by a computer regression analysis); (2) for merge/purge, a means of applying a form of mathematical analysis to each component for unduplicating.
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Weighting

Is the amount of a security
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Weighting

When laboratory measurements are taken of audio gear, the literal, 'true' figures obtained often do
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Weighting

An allowance paid to workers who live in certain areas of the country, such as London, to compensate for higher living costs
Found on http://www.businessballs.com/business-dictionary.htm
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