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Kappa

The ratio of the dollar price change in the price of an option to a 1% change in the expected volatility.

Kappa

A Finnish unit of volume approximately equivalent to 5.5 liters. It became obsolete when Finland adopted the metric system in 1880.
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Estos resultados demuestran una baja concordancia entre la PCR y ELISA-F29 evidenciada por los valores de kappa determinados en el estudio.
For the other elements, the manual reviewers were highly reliable: the average Kappa for inter-rater agreement was 0.
Fleiss' (generalised) kappa was calculated by a syntax for SPSS (courtesy of J.
Reporting to Tim Knavish, global VP of PMC, Kappas will oversee PPG's PMC business in the US, Canada and Latin America.
Speaking just before his debut jump, Kappas -- who admitted to feeling nervous but excited -- talked about the initiative.
2005; Johnstone & Scherer, 2000; Kappas, Hess, & Scherer, 1991; Scherer, 1986; Siegman, 1987).
A Tabela 1 apresenta os valores de Kappas, que indicam o grau de concordancia, para a classificacao da gravidade do desvio fonologico obtida pelo Modelo Linguistico Fuzzy [5] com a gravidade julgada pelo GF-I.
With his phantasmagoria of swamp-dwelling kappas (a rural, mythical monster) infesting the Tokyo sewers, an underground underworld of gangsters and gumshoes, Italian meals with Japanese ingredients, Bach and Bob Dylan on the tapedeck, Zen puzzles and Zeno's paradoxes, strong overtone of Moorcock and Tolkien, trademarked cars and shaving-foam, the occasional break for a drink and a cigarette, and an end in exhausted slumber and total oblivion, Murakami goes a long way towards the truth of the matter.
0,6), and although three-quarters of each gender agreed with their partners assessment of their level of education, the kappas indicate only a moderate level of concordance (0.
without a tendency to mislead" such that these two Ivy League Phi Beta Kappas so misunderstood the product?
20) See, for example, Ursala Hess, Rainer Banse and Arvid Kappas, "The Intensity of Facial Expression is Determined by Underlying Affective State and Social Situation," Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 69: 280-288.
3 [micro]M; Sassa and Kappas 1983), which catalyzes an early step in heme biosynthesis.