multiplicator


Also found in: Wikipedia.

multiplicator

(ˈmʌltɪplɪˌkeɪtə)
n
another name for multiplier2
References in periodicals archive ?
As an article titled 'Communication Manager Roles Grid' in 'How to play the game,' Volk et al (Communication Insights, Issue 3, 2017) said some PR have turned from a 'multiplicator' of knowledge to more and more a 'multiplicator' of 'strategic' emotions.
The operation of the row-bypassing multiplier is similar to that of the column-bypassing multiplier, but the selector of the multiplexers and the tristate gates use the multiplicator.
Under this circumstance, the optimal Lagrange's multiplicator [[alpha].sup.0.sub.i] can be obtained by using the Kuhn-Tucker condition in quadratic programming problem.
The N-bit multiplicand X and M-bit multiplicator Y of the 2-complements' multiplier are expressed as follows:
When investment projects are dismantled, others become unprofitable as general demand declines (negative multiplicator effect).
We perform this optimization by means of Lagrange multiplicator method [2] and we find that (9) has minimal value for
The issue is resolved to some extent in Prezzolini's articulafion of the role of the mask as a 'multiplicator of the I.' The mask exemplifies the relationship between the techne of persuasion and its other, the subjective flux.
Because the multiplicator law applies to knowledge, the amount of disseminated knowledge is multiplied by the knowledge multiplicator.
However, given the NEVs' potentially low importance in terms of revenue generation, retailers might not be motivated to proactively perform such a multiplicator function.
Large companies in Croatia have strong influence on Croatian economy, and by multiplicator effect, and increasing their competition has positive influence on economy as a whole.
We also present in this paper a generalization of multiplicator operator on an algebra A.
From case studies of IBM, SAP, Swisscom, and Swiss Re, Bader discerns a typology of four types of IP management in R&D collaborations: multiplicator, leverager, absorber, and filtrator.