convergence factor


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convergence factor

The ratio of the angle between any two meridians on the chart to their actual change of longitude. See also convergence.
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Rik Missault, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Fixed Solutions Division, Alcatel, will present the final Morning Buzz Keynote on Thursday entitled, "The Convergence Factor.
y] = 1/256, we find poor multigrid convergence with the lexicographic point Gauss-Seidel smoother and a very satisfactory multigrid convergence factor of 0.
The weak approximation property for the tentative prolongator is known to give a bound on the convergence factor of the two-level and even multilevel method.
There is a strong convergence factor emerging between the Business Process Analysis (BPA) and the Business Process Management (BPM) sectors," said Jim Sinur, vice president with Gartner.
The Convergence Factor is more than just a how-to guide; it's a business philosophy and mandate to return enterprises to a more innovative mindset by forgoing the application of technology to business for technology's sake and putting business strategy, objectives and processes at the forefront of enterprise enablement.
In Section 4, we address the more general case of two-sided optimized Robin-Robin transmission conditions determined through a thorough study of the behavior of the convergence factor.
mu] is the parameter step size or the convergence factor which is chosen within a range to guarantee convergence.
In similar countries where these convergence factors exist and Omega-3 products were introduced, such as Spain and Australia, there has been an overwhelming acceptance and explosion in sales," Lucas said.
Adeeb denied "The existence of the separation factors between the SLC and INA," noting that "The convergence factors exist between them.
Favorable market conditions and convergence factors unique to the property/casualty segment have encouraged financial-services giant Citigroup Inc.
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