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Stochastic

In technical analysis, a way to calculate momentum in which one only considers price movements and not trading volume. Most calculations of momentum consider both factors. See also: Stochastic oscillator.
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With the help of the possessed data and stochastically informed expertise (Rutkauskas 2012b), the following values of [a.
Note that AL(a1, b1) is stochastically equivalent to (a1, b1) point-pairs when used with [W.
Taking this into account, a manager accelerates investment to facilitate larger and more valuable future investments when earnings stochastically improve.
2) is legitimate, and which ensures that zero is a solution of the stochastically unperturbed Volterra difference equation.
One recent article by Batabyal (2005) considers the probability that when a queue exceeds a specified length, violence occurs, where the length is stochastically determined, given a capacity parameter of the supplier's ability to provide the good being sought.
Section 2 explains the essence of the systemic description on an example of an arbitrary object behaving stochastically.
Due to the autocorrelation, the deviations of load are stochastically dependent on each other.
Even as chief actuary, when I get the results of a stochastically generated model based on a thousand scenarios and try to compare that with last year's results, I need to see how I can do an attribution analysis so I can walk through the change in those values.
Bita Gorjiara et al (46) proposed an algorithm ASG-VTS, which could produce results not affected by the count of the modes that selects a voltage mode for each tasks stochastically and sorts the tasks based on the state of the voltage modes.
is the conventional bivariate distribution process of two stochastically independent annual extreme effects [15].
A combination of variation and selection at work within the genome itself may best be described as bounded stochasticity , with mutations, mixings and variations occurring stochastically and unpredictably, but within a confined milieu that has been selected and conserved over evolutionary time.
This leads to the consideration of physical and biological systems which behave stochastically, and their relation to God's purposes.