Evaluation period

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Evaluation period

The time interval over which funds assess a money manager's performance.

Evaluation Period

The time period in which a money manager's performance is measured against some subjective or objective standard. This is done periodically to assess the effectiveness of a money manager's work for his/her firm. The evaluation period is especially important at the beginning of employment, but remains so throughout one's career. See also: Manager Universe (Benchmark).
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Thus, path analysis of the main variables (FM and DM) at 125 DAS were performed, in a function of the explanatory variables (NN, PH and SD), measured in ten evaluation periods (62, 69, 76, 83, 90, 98, 104, 111, 119 and 125 DAS), totaling 20 path analyzes.
Animal performance decreased by about 20% between the first and the second evaluation periods, and then increased by approximately 50% to third evaluation period (Table 1).
For studies on plot size using the method of maximum curvature of the CV model, similar CV values of 19.99 and 21.66% were observed for black oat in two evaluation periods (Cargnelutti Filho et al., 2014).
Further studies with longer evaluation periods and additional forms of noxious stimuli, formulations, dosages, and routes of administration are needed to fully evaluate the analgesic effects of buprenorphine in American kestrels.
Evaluation periods comprised the dates from 7/9 to 7/30; 7/31 to 8/28; 8/29 to 9/26 and 9/27 to 10/17.
Plant survival for both study periods was perfect (100%) for all treatments during the first three evaluation periods. The variations during the fourth evaluation period were also not significant.
(24.) The evaluation periods were from January 1, 2000, through September 30, 2002, for lending and extended through December 31, 2002, for community development loans and qualified investments.
Trainers planning to launch an e-learning program for their organization's employees should heed the following guidelines: (1) make sure that top management supports the initiative; (2) determine the program's target audience and identify audience members' learning styles; (3) examine the training program's content and ascertain whether the program must be built from scratch; (4) determine which instructional methodologies will be used; and (5) establish a proposed time frame for development, allowing adequate time to for approval of instructional methods and for evaluation periods. (Contains 14 references.) (MN)
A spokesperson for the FAA has stated that the delays were caused by the need to adapt the system to each airport's unique systems and by longer-than-expected evaluation periods. The FAA has indicated that no further delays are expected.
Other factors mentioned were a decline in the helpdesk segment of the business and longer evaluation periods for a slew of recently-launched products.
Specifically, the authors find significant persistence of relative fund performance over evaluation periods of four quarters.

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