multiplier factor

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Noun1.multiplier factor - the number by which a multiplicand is multiplied
number - a concept of quantity involving zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence"
scale factor - a number used as a multiplier in scaling
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The reliability of mobile emission analyzer uses the multiplier factor to solve the data difference between mobile emission analyzer and Bosowa equipment.
If the threshold multiplier factor (T, included in most implementations, is not modified according to the shape parameter variation, the detector will lose the CFAR property, experiencing serious deviations from the design false alarm probability (Machado Fernandez & Bacallao Vidal, 2014).
Multiplier factor: Instead of having a set bonus rate, another type of bonus design links the bonus rate to positive changes in an index.
The interest bonus uses a multiplier factor to help grow the accumulation potential of the policy.
Aside from the mere act of producing books, Esguerra became the exponential multiplier factor when she started teaching others how to write romance.
The MICC proposal to impose more taxes will negatively impact one of the country s strategic economic potentials, rendering Philippine mining projects uncompetitive and killing an industry that directly supports 250,000 families with a multiplier factor that has benefited millions of Filipinos."
Comparing the study's prediction to construction costs for Spectra's newly built New Jersey-New York expansion line terminating in Manhattan, Buckley said, "I can tell you the multiplier factor was not correct--either that or the decimal point was one off.
One of the biggest reasons for that is that the automotive manufacturing industry has a high economic multiplier factor, meaning that for every job at one of the OEMs, there are around 6.5 jobs elsewhere.
* Sub-nanometer resolution using optional Sin-Cos encoders with a multiplier factor of up to 65,536.