Skewness

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Skewness

Negative skewness means there is a substantial probability of a big negative return. Positive skewness means that there is a greater-than-normal probability of a big positive return.
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The SKEW describes the tail risk of the distribution, that is, S&P 500 returns that are greater than two to three standard deviations below the mean.
Note that while the Pieri rule and the Murnaghan-Nakayama rule give the expansion in terms of a basis, their skew versions give only one possible (but obviously special) expansion in terms of skew Schur functions, which are not a basis of the space of symmetric functions.
For a 1 Gbps signal, the unit interval is 1 nsec and a total skew spec might be 0.
Cross correlation based algorithms use the general coherency between stripes from lines of text that can be expected in a skew free document.
The research problem deals with the thermoelastic analysis of thick skew laminated plate with elliptical cutout by elasticity theory based on finite element method.
It may be possible to design a board with many lines having a line-to-line skew within a tolerable level.
in which one matrix is symmetric and the other is skew symmetric.
A Littlewood-Richardson skew tableau is a skew tableau whose row reading word is a reverse lattice word.
The XRK39351 offers nine zero delay outputs with less than 150ps of output-to-output skew, LVCMOS/LVPCEL reference inputs, and an output frequency of 25 MHz to 200 MHz.
Undesired analog effects associated with parallel data busses such as crosstalk, ground bounce, ringing, and clock skew have become major design constraints for the Ultra ATA interface, which is forced to maintain compatibility with legacy parallel technology.