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.
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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

The process of weighting involves emphasizing the contribution of some aspects of a phenomenon (or of a set of data) to a final effect or result, giving them more weight in the analysis. That is, rather than each variable in the data contributing equally to the final result, some data are adjusted to contribute more than others. It is analogous to
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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
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