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Combination

Applies to derivative products. Arrangement of options involving two long or two short positions with different expiration dates or strike (exercise) prices. See: Straddle.

combination

A union of two or more entities, either by merging one or more of the entities into another of the entities or by consolidating the entities into a new entity.
Case Study Lucas Industries PLC and Variety Corporation, two manufacturers of auto and truck brakes, agreed in June 1996 to a combination to be called Lucas-Variety PLC. Managements of both firms indicated the combination was necessary so as to remain competitive in a market that demanded a global presence. The combination also was expected to produce cost savings and to result in tax savings by allowing the new firm to benefit from Lucas's tax-loss carryforwards. Terms of the agreement called for the two firms to merge into a new company through an exchange of shares. Variety's owners would receive approximately 38% of the shares of the new firm while Lucas's owners would receive the other 62% of the shares. The market prices of both firms' shares rose following announcement of the agreement, an indication that investors agreed with managements' assessment of the financial benefits of the merger.
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This automation saves human negotiation time, and computational agents are often better at finding deals in combinatorially and strategically complex settings.
In the case of multidimensional variation, this approach breaks down because the number of branches explodes combinatorially.
So if the piece was twelve-tone, which seemed likely due to its sound and texture - not to mention that all the other pieces of Swift's I knew were twelve-tone - either it would not be combinatorially aggregate-forming (as in Webern or Berg) or it would use weighted aggregates and/or super-arrays (as in Babbitt).
Truth tables, for example, are based on the hidden convention of combinatorially assigning truth values according the principles of noncontradiction and excluded middle.
Terms that are combinatorially vague are vague by virtue of the apparent indeterminacy surrounding what to count as the set of necessary and sufficient conditions, regardless of whether or not the considered conditions themselves are vague.
More specifically, FN's Acute Threat Model not only assumes that some form of malware will make its way onto a user's computer, but rather that all of the most potent variants of known malware are on the computer at once, operated simultaneously and/or combinatorially by an expert.

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