breakpoint

Type: Term Pronunciation: brāk′poynt Definitions: 1. In helminth epidemiology, the critical mean wormload in a community, below which the helminth mating frequency is too low to maintain reproduction. Below this level, helminth infection in the community will progressively decline, ultimately to zero.
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breakpoint

<epidemiology> See transmission breakpoint. ... (05 Dec 1998) ...
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Breakpoint

For mutual funds, the point at which the amount invested reduces the sales charge is called the 'breakpoint.' Each mutual fund may have several breakpoints; the larger the investment, the greater the discount. Note that the actual reduction in the sales charge is known as the 'breakpoint discount'. Also, the term 'breakpoin...
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Breakpoint

A point where some property of a function changes, such as its slope. For example, a piece-wise linear, univariate function with k breakpoints has the form: f(x) = a(i)x + b(i) for c(i)
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Breakpoint

The level at which a discount is given for a volume order.
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breakpoint

The investment level in a mutual fund at which an investor becomes eligible for a discount on the front-end sales charge or load.  Typically, there are several breakpoints, and if you invest more and reach each of these thresholds, the greater the reduction in the sales load.
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Breakpoint

[meteorology] A breakpoint is a location referred to by meteorologists when issuing watches, warnings, or advisories, for specific areas. Breakpoints are used when coastal and offshore areas need to be warned of an impending weather event, usually pertaining to a hazard faced because of the water. Breakpoints are typically defined by the na...
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Breakpoint

[demo party] Breakpoint was a German demoscene party. From 2003 to 2010, it took place annually at Easter in Bingen. Breakpoint was the successor to the legendary Mekka & Symposium. With over 1000 visitors, it was the world`s biggest pure demoscene-party, attracting demosceners from not only Germany, but also from other European countries (...
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Breakpoint

In software development, a breakpoint is an intentional stopping or pausing place in a program, put in place for debugging purposes. It is also sometimes simply referred to as a pause. More generally, a breakpoint is a means of acquiring knowledge about a program during its execution. During the interruption, the programmer inspects the test envir...
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Breakpoint

A breakpoint is the level at which your account balance in a mutual fund company or the size of a ne
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