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- v. Present participle of weight.
- n. weights.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The attachment to textile fabrics of substances which produce a spurious appearance of thickness and value: an adulteration frequently practised, and more common and carried much further on silk goods than on any others.
- n. In coal-mining, subsidence or other disturbance in a coal-mine due to “weight,” or pressure of the overlying mass of rock. A mine in which such subsidence is taking place is said to be “on the weight.”
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (statistics) a coefficient assigned to elements of a frequency distribution in order to represent their relative importance
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The only way for the public to guage the effects of weighting is to look at the demographic numbers.
The "dollar-weighting" is weighting that there actually was more shares (and more dollars) injected into the company when the new follow-on public offering was made.
The weighting is 50: 50 between the fans and Judge Panel.
According to the ACM, she also discovered term weighting, a statistical method used to evaluate how important any given word is in a set of documents, and thus the word's significance for an individual document.
· Provides a number of parameter-free DFR term weighting models for automatic query expansion.
Thesaurus files also permit you to configure the word weighting and word stemming options in a replacement set or an expansion set.
The FAST Query Language, which supports advanced query operators like XRANK for dynamic (query time) term weighting and ranking.
Relevancy ranking, based on automatic term weighting
Despite term weighting and selecting have been studied in great depth in IR field, generally these solutions are focus to selecting terms from a single document .
They're backing it up by being heavily defensive in a rising market, namely weighting their stock portfolios with two-thirds cash.