matrix point

matrix point

A type of trigger point that is a primary site of local pain, or referred pain located at a distance from the primary site of the pain (e.g., pain in the shoulders or neck muscles that is referred to the head).

matrix point

Neurology A type of trigger point that is a primary site of local pain, or referred pain located at a distance–eg, in the shoulders or neck muscles, from the primary pain–eg, the head. See Bonnie Prudden myotherapy, Trigger point; Cf Satellite point.
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Fitch's base case analysis centered on a portfolio with a weighted average rating factor (WARF) of 43, in accordance with the initial expected matrix point.
From the matrix point of view the structure of such a sample is 3T-7C-3T or 3C-7T-3C.
Results of the benefit/risk matrix point to risk-based concerns associated with replication of expertise across all projects.
e-Project manages all of an organization's project related activities and views an organization's performance from a matrix point of view.
Fitch's base case analysis centered on a portfolio with a Fitch weighted average rating factor (WARF) of 44, in accordance with the initial expected matrix point.
So, the structure of the sample from the matrix point of view is 3F-2T-3C-2T-3F and for carbon fiber fabric reinforcement the sample is CFTC.
Fitch's base case analysis centered on a portfolio with a Fitch weighted average rating factor (WARF) of 41, in accordance with the initial expected matrix point.
Fitch's base case analysis centered on a portfolio with a weighted average rating factor of 40, in accordance with the initial expected matrix point.
5% of the portfolio depending on the Fitch test matrix point selected by the manager.
Fitch's base case analysis centered on a portfolio with a Fitch weighted average rating factor (WARF) of 40 (approximately 'B-'), in accordance with the initial expected matrix point.
Fitch's base case analysis centered on a portfolio with a weighted average rating factor (WARF) of 44, in accordance with the initial expected matrix point.
As the Lending Matrix points out, franchisee willingness and ability to invest in a franchise unit is up.