Matching Strategy

Matching Strategy

An immunization strategy in which one matches the duration of assets in a portfolio to the duration of the liabilities. Duration is the number of years until the investor receives the present value of all income from a bond (including interest and principal), and is used to gauge a bond's sensitivity to interest rate changes. A matching strategy is intended to reduce the portfolio's sensitivity to interest rates in order to reduce the risk of loss to the holder.
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Rather than a centralized patient identity matching strategy, we favor a bottoms-up approach that builds on the activities of healthcare organizations and communities to implement an EMPI-based strategy that integrates disparate systems and that emphasizes the need for continual increases in the quality of the underlying data used for matches, the letter stated.
Different from the ridesharing problem with respect to developing the carpooling matching strategy, the on-demand ridesharing problem is also known in the literature as pickup and delivery problem with time windows (PDPTW), which is a much more complicated problem due to the complex coupling constraints among the vehicle routing, passenger assigning, and vehicle capacity limitations.
To overcome the shortcomings in block-based and keypoint-based approaches, a novel matching strategy is proposed to detect the copy-move forgery in digital images.
As a methodology, the authors use the matching strategy (Propensity Score Matching), in which they compare changes in economic indicators for beneficiary and non-beneficiary families of the Banco Agrario microcredits in the municipalities of Tunja and Samaca (Colombia).
"Where an adviser can have an impact is to help his clients determine if their current matching strategy helps attract or retain employees and if it is structured in a way that will encourage employee contribution levels necessary for them to make a timely transition into retirement," Unser says.
This paper proposes a robust matching strategy which relies on the saliency analysis of image features.
The paper is divided into two main parts: the first of which refers to experiment and result concerning the specific impact introduced in Sections 2 and 3; the second part of the paper covers how to overcome the influence based on the proposed model that combines the kernel of RootSIFT and new matching strategy as MM, which is introduced in Section 3, while in Section 4 we outline our conclusion.
The geographically proximate matching strategy builds upon the recent literature that suggests estimates close to those produced by ideal experiments may be obtained by combining DID estimation with research designs that preprocess the data (Ferraro and Miranda 2014a, 2014b; Ho et al.
These two bookends are connected very neatly via steps two through seven, which help new managers understand the importance of early wins, matching strategy to situations, and building teams and alliances.
Preemptive risk analysis and matching strategy to the desired outcome are two tools to manage litigation costs.
Plan sponsors and service providers need to take a serious look at how the plan document addresses: 1) the employee's eligibility requirements; 2) the company's matching strategy; 3) loan provisions; and, 4) the permissibility of hardship and early withdrawals.
Similar perception can be expressed through matching strategy. In other words it states, that firms' long term assets should be covered by long--term financing source and short--term investments by short--term debt.