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Lag

Payment of a financial obligation later than is expected or required, as in lead and lag. Also, the number of periods that an dependent variable in a regression model is "held back" in order to predict the dependent variable.

Lag

1. A late payment.

2. In a quantitative model, the length of time considered in the past that is used to predict a future variable.
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Jet lag disorder sufferers use unapproved remedies that not only fail to address the symptoms or the underlying cause of the disorder, but also are risk-fraught due to dangerous side effects.
Solid, industry-standard analysis tools such as SWOT analysis and Porter's Five Forces analysis are used the detail the present condition in the Global Jet Lag Therapy Pharmaceuticals Market.
To help passengers combat this, the Jet Lag Adviser takes a range of passenger inputs including chronotype, circadian rhythms, height, weight, the nature of travel, and travel information such as flight times, routes and zones and uses its artificial intelligence engine to produce personalised jet lag plans for passengers.
We are delighted to be working with Etihad Airways to introduce technology that can help their passengers reduce jet lag, and so enhance their travel experience."
Travellers exhausted from long journeys and time zone differences can now book a complimentary personal consultation with an on-property jet lag guru who will advise guests on how to recover from a long-haul travel and make the most of their stay through wellness and fitness initiatives.
The data backed up earlier studies linking social jet lag to a host of long-term health problems, but more importantly, it isolated the condition as a risk factor on its own, regardless of other sleep habits.
The mean first lag of the quarterly standard deviation of ROA is 0.53 percent.
The results of this study can identify a later effect of N[O.sub.2] in lags 2 and 3 when analyzed alone and when analyzed together with other pollutants also proved to be a more delayed effect, with significance at lag 2 up to lag 5 and lag 7 after exposure.
It may be largely a matter of personal preference, but there is some evidence that flying westwards causes less jet lag than flying eastwards.
non-HW time periods, and eventually for the 3 exposure groups (i.e., < 75th percentile, 75-95th percentile, > 95th percentile), the latter assessed as [T.sub.max] and [T.sub.day] (lag 0 to lag 2).
People traveling towards the east zone are more likely to develop jet lag over moving towards the west zone.