subaggregate

subaggregate

(sʌbˈæɡrɪɡət)
n
a subtotal
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
To create a value for land within a county or subaggregate, we use a two-step procedure.
Combined, exports of "other" business travel and "other" personal travel compose a subaggregate measure of travel exports that excludes both expenditures by travelers whose primary purpose for travel is education or health and expenditures by border, seasonal, and other short-term workers.
Definition 2 [25]: In the many-to-one matching model, the matching [mu] is a mapping relationship that is from an assemblage MUN to another assemblage composed by the subaggregate of MUN.
To do so, we treat each subaggregate variable in table 1 as a binary outcome equal to 1 when the mean absolute error of the BLS projection is smaller than the naive error and otherwise equal to zero.
In [23], to defend against the falsified subaggregate attack, in which a compromised node relays a false subaggregate to the parent node, a verification algorithm was presented.
The remainder of Table 3 reports the characteristic effects for subaggregate categories and select explanatory variables.
(5) The selection of countries was guided mainly by the availability of sufficiently long continuous data series for subaggregate consumer price indices.
Thirteen subaggregate industries are accounted for, seven of which reflect lower-level subcomponent detail.
In applied studies, there are two common alternative assertions: either that the goods have infinite cross-price elasticities (perfect substitutes in demand) or that they have unitary cross-price elasticities (constant expenditure on the goods included in the subaggregate).
Soviet subaggregate data should be considered innocent until proven guilty; that is, 'reliable' and 'usable', unless there are compelling reasons for doubt.
(5.) For some subaggregate series, the BLS may elect to replace the monthly sample-based estimates completely with monthly benchmark source data if these benchmark data are perceived to reflect more accurately the employment trend over the year.
Subaggregate chaining can also be applied to embellishment in twelve-tone music to satisfy a desire to emphasize and extend a particular subset of a twelve-tone aggregate.