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Convex

Curved, as in the shape of the outside of a circle. Usually referring to the price/required yield relationship for option-free bonds.

Convex

Describing a curve. Generally speaking, analysts use convex to describe the price-yield relationship of coupon bonds.
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We have proposed a truth incentive mechanism that encourages the reduction of consumption of convexly priced resources and can be easily understood by consumers.
The firm's cyber security investment level, t, and its pay-off function, u, decreases convexly.
Supra-anal plate short transverse and more or less triangular, anterior border deeply concave in the middle and posterior border convexly rounded, but slightly excavated in the middle (Fig.
Theorem 1 MAXIMUM CONVEXLY INDEPENDENT SET is NP-complete, even for split graphs with [delta](G) [greater than or equal to] 2.
0124, and [delta] = 2 to express convexly increasing detection costs.
4) We assume that the loss base of i is (weakly) convexly increasing in i's output level and increasing in asset-in-place, [x.
The snout is larger in the Brazilian sandperch and the dorsal profile of the head is less convexly shaped than in P.
A cube at first glance shows the inside, and at second glance, the outside, protruding convexly into space.
Head profile rounded over snout, ascending convexly to dorsal origin; back elevated anteriorly, tapering back in a slight curve.
In the secondary female attainment regression, per capita income enters convexly, and strongly so.
The heuristic is based on the following observation: a face that is convexly adjacent to all its neighboring faces (a convex node) is not likely to belong to a depression feature.
When food is scarce relative to individual physiological requirements, survival or fecundity should increase convexly with food consumption (Caraco 1980, McNamara and Houston 1982).