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Fundamental Information

The facts that affect a company's underlying value. Examples of fundamental information include debt, cash flow, supply of and demand for the company's products, and so forth. For instance, if a company does not have a sufficient supply of products, it will fail. Likewise, demand for the product must remain at a certain level in order for it to be successful. Strong fundamental information is considered essential for long-term success and stability. See also: Value investing, Fundamental analysis.
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fundamentals

The basic economic, financial, and operating factors that influence the success of a business and the price of its securities. Fundamentals of a security include the price-earnings ratio, dividend payout, and earnings-per-share growth.
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The short-term spectrum shows the periodicity related to the fundamental frequency in the time domain and the frequency domain, respectively.
6, the fundamental frequency of concrete beams showed no obvious changes, which was consistent with the conclusion of Saiid [17] obtained through experiments.
With the speed increased to 200 rad/s, the signal energy moves to 5x fundamental frequency ([f.sub.i] + f in the spectral diagram), and the energy in high frequency is reduced.
As a result, we understood that we need to evaluate the fundamental frequency of WPT at an Open Area Test Site.
Synchronizing the sampling rate to the fundamental frequency or increasing the sample rate minimizes the error.
This has an added advantage that it avoids the effect of drift in fundamental frequency or intensity during testing, which can be problem in the calculation of the noise component of the HNR.
As shown in this figure, the tonal sound is predicted at the same fundamental frequency of [St.sub.f] = 1.56 and the difference of level is within 5 dB.
The integer multiple of fundamental frequency are the harmonics and non-integer multiple of the fundamental frequency are the inter-harmonics of voltages or currents.
To solve the annoying vibration problem, designing the system so that the fundamental frequency is maintained above 15 Hz is suggested.
One comes from the fundamental frequency and its harmonics, and the other from the formants of the vocal tract.
Digital fixed notch filters can be designed to remove multiple frequencies, having the advantage of being designed to remove the fundamental frequency and also its harmonics (multiple-notch filters or comb filters [34, 59]).

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