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Class

In the case of derivative products, options of the same type-put or call-with the same underlying security. See: Series. In general, refers to a category of assets such as: domestic equity, fixed income, etc.

Class

1. See: Asset Classes.

2. See: Stock Class.

3. An option contract of one type or another. For example, calls and puts are different classes of option, as are American style and European style options.

class

1. See stock class.
2. Option contracts of the same type (put or call) and style (American or European) on the same security and expiring on the same expiration date.

class (building)

Subjective evaluation of the desirability of an office building based on its age, amenities, maintenance, and design. There are no hard-and-fast rules, and evaluations may change for a virtually identical building in two different markets.The classification is independent of the location; one commonly encounters comments such as “It's a class B property in a class A location,” meaning a less desirable building happily situated at a great location and thus able to command higher rents than might otherwise be expected.

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Based on the analysis of the synchronization requirements in Section 4.1, we instantiate the four synchronous pattern state machines of iUML-B into the model of the mechanical press controller system.
These results provide experimental evidence that supports that the selection of the first variable to instantiate in a CSP is critical, even on larger real-world instances like the ones used in this experiment.
This is because, given that the process of conceptualization and reification in Plato proceeds with phenomenal value assignments by Plato himself, the things to which the values are assigned will naturally instantiate the corresponding Forms.
The organization thread was able to instantiate and adapt the tasks within the partition according to the incoming data, such as number and type of peripheral devices that the partition has to handle.
He has shown us how anyone, by distorting the notions of "argument form" and "argument", and taking advantage of the fact that different parts of a set of propositions allegedly related in the form of an argument can instantiate two different argument forms, can produce one of the cases he has given us in (2).
Consider now any refutation for the goal ([C.sub.1], [C.sub.2]) which does not instantiate any variable, and assume, without loss of generality, that its selection strategy first "consumes" [C.sub.1] and then [C.sub.2].
It is interesting to notice that MFC is better than WR in terms of page faults, and this is due to the fact that WR instantiates the first variable in the whole space.
In order for the CGI program to instantiate, the client browser must make a request for the image.
To see the point, and to bring the entire variable structure closer to view, observe that multiple realization correlates a higher-level property F in one-many fashion with a range of base properties G through H such that, minimally, it is possible for an instance of F to be subserved by an instance of G and not H, and on another occasion, H and not G (a particular system could instantiate the adding function (F) by activating a neural cell assembly (G) and not an Intel 80486 microprocessor (H), and vice versa).
Given a structure resulting from conceptualizing, the design environment should help (a) repopulate it with existing information or (b) instantiate it with new information (automatically or manually).
The setting for Grunenberg's account is the sweeping revolt occurring at the turn of the twentieth century in philosophy, culture, art, and science, and the call for "a new beginning." Beginning with the birth of German existentialism, in particular, Heidegger's replacing the traditional separation between thinking and being with Dasein, for which thinking authentically is being (chapter 1), Grunenberg then describes Heidegger's rise to power (chapter 2), and his subsequent belief that the historical moment was at hand to instantiate the philosophical ideal in the world (chapter 3).
The works in Zak Prekop's second show at Harris Lieberman--sixteen canvases limited to a range of white, black, cobalt, tan, and yellow--may at first register as positively anodyne, yet they instantiate surprisingly nuanced optical and material effects.