Average Frequency

Average Frequency

The average number of times the target of an advertising campaign encounters an advertisement. In general, advertisers seek high average frequency because the more times a person encounters an advertisement, the more likely he/she is to respond to it and buy the advertised product. See also: Audience Duplication.
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In India's case, growth accelerated strongly helped by solid economic growth and an 8.3% increase in the average frequency of flights on each route over the year.
Motorists in Boston, Mass., are 157.7% more likely to get in an accident compared to the national average, with an average frequency of one crash every 3.3 years.
Road maintenance in England and Wales is said to be under-funded by [pounds sterling]1billion per year, so at current levels, the average frequency for road resurfacing in England is once every 54 years.
We can also derive an average frequency for the same interval by computing a weighed sum of the pstate frequency and the percentage of time spent in that pstate.
Also, on average, exemplars were moderately frequent in their categories (average frequency = 26.7% and average rank order = 9).
The latter corresponds to an average energy [bar.E]0 = 1/2 h[bar.v] per photon with a related average frequency [bar.v].
Confidence intervals (CI) for the average frequency and basal area, also obtained from the analysis are: Frequency (CI) = 177.871 < [bar.x] < 219.424 = P0, 05 and basal area (CI) = 22,574 < [bar.x] < 27,417 = P0,05.
By integrating (16) with respect to d from [theta] to 2[pi], an average frequency
Additionally, frequency is checked by the "average frequency" AF, defined as the number of threshold crossings over the waveform duration.
Through simulation of the game theory, we can also see average frequency of different strategies and average value of cooperation and noncooperation actions.
Modal overlap is proportional to damping (i.e., SEA is more appropriate if the damping is high), and inversely proportional to the average frequency spacing between modes in a given frequency band (Lyon and DeJong, 1995).
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