Magnitude Sample Clauses

Magnitude. This is a measure based on the size of the recent change in the current consensus estimates. The Zacks Rank looks at the magnitude of these changes over the last 60 days. In the chart to the right, the display shows the consensus estimate from 60-days ago, 30-days ago, 7-days ago, and the most current estimate The difference between the current estimate and the estimate from 60-days ago is displayed as a percentage. A larger positive percentage increase will score better on this component.
Magnitude. The prime or principal subcontractor shall compare the total relevant dollar amount of the past performance contract reference to the amount it is proposing to complete for the instant solicitation requirement (this amount shall match the amount identified in Section L Part B Volume 3 (Price) 2.1(a)(i) Offeror Summary Table.
Magnitude. Clearly, the quantity of energy released by an earthquake is another important parameter and creates considerable confusion. This energy is estimated by measuring the amplitude of the waves recorded by the seismographs, but not all seismometers react in the same way to the different types of seismic waves. It has therefore been necessary to establish conventions concerning the waves to be considered with a particular type of seismometer in order to ensure that measurements are comparable from one observer to another and from one seismological station to another. Many conventions of this type have been established, with the result that there are many types of magnitude. It is not possible to go into detail here, but it is necessary to be aware that estimates of magnitude often vary considerably (a variation of one “unit of magnitude”4 is quite common). In an emergency, there is clearly not enough time to seek a consensus. Sophisticated techniques now enable a more refined estimate to be made of the magnitude of large earthquakes. They presuppose very modern data and require quite some time to develop. The magnitude provides information about the energy dissipated at the source of the earthquake in the form of seismic waves. It is a measurement of amplitude that presupposes the existence of seismographs. The parameter thus differs radically from the intensity defined above: it is based on the effects of seismic waves and does not involve the impact on artefacts. Moreover, contrary to a widely held view, there is no “magnitude scale”. This parameter may have any value, including a fractional and even a negative one (in the case of earthquakes that dissipate little energy) [this is due to the fact that its definition involves a logarithm]. Experience shows that no earthquake has been encountered with a magnitude (the type has deliberately not been specified) above 9.5 (which is perhaps the magnitude reached in the catastrophic earthquake in southern Asia on 26 December 2004). It was Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx who introduced the concept of magnitude by studying Californian earthquakes in the mid- 1930s, but the expression “open Xxxxxxx scale”, which has become so common, is devoid of all meaning.
Magnitude. The magnitude of potential impacts on a marine mammal receptor is defined by a series of factors including the spatial extent of any interaction, the likelihood, duration, frequency and reversibility of a potential impact. The criteria for defining magnitude in this chapter are outlined in Table 12.6).
Magnitude. The measure of the similarity of the volume, dollar value and/or duration of the work actually performed under the offeror’s submitted contracts to the PWS.

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