Gamma

A unit of magnetic field intensity equal to 1 x 10.0E-05 GAUSS, also equal to 1 NANOTESLA.

Gamma

A complex ACTIVE REGION in which the positive and negative polarities are so irregularly distributed as to prevent classification as a bipolar group.

gamma

  1. the 3rd letter of the Greek alphabet
  2. a unit of magnetic field strength equal to one-hundred-thousandth of an oersted
  3. Portuguese navigator who led an expedition around the Cape of Good Hope in 1497; he sighted and named Natal on Christmas Day before crossing the Indian Ocean (1469-1524)

Gamma

Gamma (uppercase Γ, lowercase γ; Γάμμα Gámma) is the third letter of the Greek alphabet. In the system of Greek numerals it has a value of 3. It was derived from the Phoenician letter Gimel . Letters that arose from gamma include the Roman C and G and the Cyrillic letters Г and Ґ. ==Uses== ===Greek=== In Ancient Greek, gamma represented ...
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GAMMA

GAMMA experiment is a study of: a) Primary cosmic ray energy spectra and elemental composition (abundances of the elements) at energies 1015–1018eV (so called knee energy region) b) Galactic diffuse gamma-ray intensity at energies 1014–1015eV, c) Extensive Air Showers (EAS) at the mountain level by the ground-based EAS array and underground mu...
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Gamma

• (n.) The third letter (/, / = Eng. G) of the Greek alphabet.
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gamma

<physics> Third letter in the Greek alphabet, variable used for a number of things in physics, in plasma physics gamma is often used as the variable for growth rates of instabilities. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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gamma

noun the 3rd letter of the Greek alphabet
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Gamma

(Soviet orbiting telescope) An orbiting Soviet gamma-ray and X-ray telescope derived from Soyuz manned spacecraft hardware. It was originally conceived in 1965 as part of a `Cloud Space Station” – a primary space station from which a number of man-tended, free-flying space...
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Gamma

[agency] Gamma is a French photo agency, founded in 1966 by Raymond Depardon, Hubert Henrotte, Hugues Vassal and Léonard de Raemy. Gilles Caron joined the agency shortly after its foundation. Gamma became a prestigious photojournalism agency: photographers who have worked at Gamma include William Karel, Georges Merillon, Chas Gerretsen, Ca...
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Gamma

[eclipse] Gamma (denoted as γ) of an eclipse describes how centrally the shadow of the moon or earth strikes the other. The distance, when the axis of the shadow cone passes closest to earth or moon`s center, is stated as a fraction of the equatorial radius of the earth. The sign of gamma defines, for a solar eclipse, if the axis of the sh...
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Gamma

[wasp] Gamma is a small neotropical, primarily northern andean genus of potter wasps currently containing 6 recognized species. ...
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Gamma

Gam'ma noun The third letter (&GAMMA;, γ = Eng. G ) of the Greek alphabet.
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Gamma

A correction of the linear response of a camera in order to compensate for the monitor phosphor screen non-linear response. It is measured with the exponential value of the curve describing the non-linearity. A typical monochrome monitor's gamma is 2.2, and a camera needs to be set to the inverse value of 2.2 (which is 0.45) for the overall system ...
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Gamma

A measure of the amount of contrast found in an image according to the slope of a gradation curve. High contrast (steep curve) has high gamma, and low contrast (shallow curve) has low gamma.
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Gamma

A measure of the rate of change of an option
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Gamma

A measure of the rate of change of an option’s delta in response to changes in the price of the underlying.
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Gamma

A profit on a securities transaction recognized by selling a security for more than the security ori
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Gamma

A ratio comparing a change in the option delta to a small change in the price of the asset on which the option is written. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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gamma

a setting used that determines the overall contrastiness of images. If in doubt, go for a default value of  2.2. This is suitable for most applications
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Gamma

A unit of measurement of magnetic intensity.
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gamma

gamma 1. The third letter of the Greek alphabet. 2. The third item in a series or system of classification. 3. A unit of magnetic intensity equal to one hundred thousandth (10-5) of an oersted (unit measure of magnetic field strength in the centimeter-gram-second system). 4. A unit of mass equal to one millionth (10-6) of a gram. 5. In chemistr...
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Gamma

Gamma is a cultivated variety of potato.
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gamma

Gamma is a measure of the amount delta would be expected to change in response to a unit change in the price of the underlying instrument. Gamma thus provides a measure of the difficulty of maintaining a delta-neutral portfolio....
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Gamma

Is the second derivative of an option. It measures the expected change in the delta given a change in the underlying instrument.
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