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The inverse of weighted distance method has been extensively used as an ancillary procedure, mainly when the ordinary kriging technique cannot be applied, because of lack of a representative variogram from observed data points.
First introduced to the municipal market in March 1990, inverse floaters are considered derivatives because owning an inverse floater is economically equivalent to owning a fixed-rate bond and writing a fixed-to-floating interest rate swap that contains an interest rate cap.
Without stocks to borrow, many discovered they could invest in a China inverse product for the same purpose.
The underlying index of CSOP Nifty 50 Daily (2X) Leveraged Product and CSOP Nifty 50 Daily (-1x) Inverse Product is the Nifty 50 Index on the NSE, which is the benchmark index of India.
Example 2: Carl Davis buys an inverse ETF that tracks the NASDAQ 100.
It actually forms an interval inverse problem of suspension design in which the uncertainty of the system parameters are described by interval numbers.
The two remaining VIUS employees, Andrew Croce and Brian Neff, were brought onto the Inverse team and Inverse will take over VIUS' Fishtown office.
To our knowledge, this is the first report of successful treatment of inverse psoriasis with adalimumab.
head for the inverse sun from west to west, submerge the water into the
Blyth, McFadden, McAlister and Almeida Santos introduced and studied amenable partially ordered inverse semigroup in [3, 5, 6, 7].
VelocityShares Daily Inverse VIX Short-Term ETN, whose ticker symbol is XIV -- get it?
Mathematicians, geophysicists, and other young scientists from China and abroad, gathered in Beijing during July 2010 for a workshop to discuss how to solve inverse and ill-posed problems using different solution strategies.