Unscale

Un`scale´


v. t.1.To divest of scales; to remove scales from.
[An eagle] purging and unscaling her long-abused sight at the fountain itself of heavenly radiance.
- Milton.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) and a wave of AI-propelled technologies are allowing innovators to effectively compete against economies of scale with what I call the economies of unscale.
By adhering to the philosophy of unscale, our firm has invested early in groundbreaking companies such as Snap, Stripe, Airbnb, Warby Parker, and The Honest Company.
Caption: Figure 1: Simulated regular and irregular 3D three-story resisting steel frame building structure (unscale dimensions).
The last step is to unscale the data in order to consider the real gross addition for each cohort because all the calculations made so far refer to 1,000 customers.
For all the other solvers, we allocate a floatingpoint array to store the diagonal elements of B, scale the rows so that the diagonal elements are all 1 and unscale them back at the end as it is done in the MC analysis software tool MARCA [34].
Equation (1) scales abnormal accruals by lagged TA, so we unscale them by multiplying the regression residuals by their corresponding lagged TA before accumulating them backward in time.
The abnormal accruals from Equation (1) are implicitly scaled by lagged TA, so we unscale them by multiplying the regression residuals by the corresponding lagged TA before accumulating them backward in time.