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VaR

Value at Risk

In risk analysis, a method to measure the probability of loss on an investment. One calculates the value at risk by measuring the historical trends and volatility of the investment. The method is used most often by investors in highly volatile commodities, such as energy products.
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Cleveland Clinic has one of the oldest and most active VAD programs in the country, routinely implanting 80 to 100 VADs a year.
Cognitive impairment (especially executive dysfunction) is the primary symptom of VaD, which can also cause a disturbance in mood and behaviour and reduce of quality of life.
Duffin enlisted as a VAD nurse at the age of 31 in 1915.
VaD is a form of dementia associated with blood vessel disease that affects memory and other cognitive regions and supporting structures in the brain.
The Sputnik VAD design is based on an axial-flow blood pump with nonpulsatile flow.
The initial severity of stroke, bilateral dissections, intracranial dissection, presentation of the dissection with subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), and recurrent bleeding have been associated with poor outcomes in patients with VAD (6,7,8,11,12,13).
RONNY DEILA has called on referee Istvan Vad to stop Inter Milan going over the edge.
One features a number of films relating to the district, including images of dinner time at a VAD (Voluntary Aid Detachment) hospital, a ceremonial donation of an ambulance to the war effort, and the unveiling of the Southport War Memorial.
Nurses and |soldiers at the VAD hospital in Henley-in-Arden
A moment sums up how they coped: a new VAD, horrified to find severed toes, scoops them into a white china cup and hurriedly puts a saucer on top to hide them: because for a gel with good manners, body parts are never one's cup of tea.
Voice activity detection (VAD), which is a strategy to automatically identify the presence of speech frames in a given signal, is a fundamental step in speech processing applications.