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Split Ratio

Following a stock split, a ratio of the new number of shares outstanding to the old one. This shows an investor by how much a publicly-traded company has split its stock. The higher a split ratio is, the more the company's share price drops.

split ratio

The ratio by which the number of a firm's outstanding shares of stock are increased following a stock split. For example, a two-for-one split results in twice as many outstanding shares, with each share selling at half its pre-split price. The higher the split ratio, the greater the reduction in the price of the stock.
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A vector of optimal current split ratios is found and the first element of the vector is chosen as the optimal current ratio at that time step.
HS-SPME and aroma extract dilutions analysis (AEDA) by adjusting split ratio was applied in this study, and the FD factors 10, 25, 50, 100, and 200 represented split ratios 10 : 1, 25 : 1, 50 : 1, 100 : 1, and 200 : 1, respectively; (c) Aroma quality: odor characteristics of each compound perceived at the PHASER olfactory port.
The optical distribution comprises (a) standard single mode fiber of 5 km length and (b) passive optical splitter with different split ratios. The commercially available splitters have insertion loss that is listed in Table 3.
A combination of both multimode and single-mode TAPs in 50/50 and 70/30 split ratios is available.
"To use pluripotent stem cells safely in regenerative medicine we need to understand how suboptimal culture conditions, for example culturing cells at low split ratios, affect the cells and can lead to culture adaptation."
To determine a set of optimum split ratios for load balancing, an LP formulation is derived, which is solved with a heuristic algorithm.
Split ratios and flows are results of the selected transfer line geometries and carrier gas pressure(s).
[10] demonstrated a hybrid PON that uses colourless RSOA-based 32-channel loopback WDM PON that satisfies backward compatibility and this was able to support a reach of about 50 Km and 128 split ratios for a given wavelength and error-free upstream and downstream communication was achieved at injection power in excess of -17 dBm.
The old measure of debt capacity--the split ratios of housing expense to income and total debt to income (DTI)--have been replaced by a single qualifying ratio (SQR) that doesn't explicitly take into account monthly household expense.
Conventional splitters require care in chosing tubing diameters and lengths on both sides of the splitting tee for each desired split ratio. The Mass Rate Attenuator is an automated device that requires no reconfiguration to change LC/MS split ratios over a range of 1:100 to 1:100,000 under programmable user control.
GC system interfaces are designed specifically for introducing low-concentration gas samples at varying split ratios from gas sampling valves.