Crossover rate

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Crossover rate

The return at which two alternative projects have the same net present value.

Crossover Rate

When comparing two different but similar projects, the specific returns required for the projects to have the same net present value. Because two similar securities may have different volatility, calculating the crossover rate helps to determine which will be more profitable in the short and long terms. For example, one dotcom company may achieve a steady rate of growth, but only slowly over time, while a second dotcom may achieve the same returns in a shorter timeframe, but with greater vulnerability to market downturns. Calculating the rate at which each will achieve a desired net present value, assuming no massive changes in circumstances, may help an investor make decisions regarding which to buy and which to sell.
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Similar analysis for the selection of mutation and crossover rates are essential for complex problems with higher number of holes.
We considered three population sizes (50, 100, and 150), three crossover rates (0.
These tests were performed with crossover rates of 0.
In other words, a particular parent chromosome is fragmented into parts through a predetermined crossover rate in order to exchange its parts with the corresponding parts of another parent chromosome (Senouci, Eldin 2004).
Three randomized clinical trials had concluded that the agents failed to improve outcomes in such patients, but those trials were marred by flaws such as selection bias, underpowering, and high crossover rates, said Dr.
However, the results of the studies were limited by lack of adherence to treatment, with high crossover rates from conservative treatment to surgical intervention.
Researchers also analyzed data with an "as treated" method since the crossover rates were much higher than the study protocol anticipated.
These results are especially encouraging given the innate challenges of the study design and the high crossover rate reported in the study results.
Unfortunately, the randomized portion of SPORT was rendered uninterpretable by the extremely high treatment crossover rates in both the surgical and nonsurgical groups.
Unfortunately the randomized portion of SPORT was rendered uninterpretable because of the extremely high treatment crossover rates in both the surgical and nonsurgical groups.
The non-uniform imaging modality used in combination with only half of the patients in the trial undergoing viability studies leads to a wide variability in data interpretation as well as clinical decision making and crossover rates in the trial.
Moreover, for crossover rate and mutation rate, the range value is from 0.