Thus, we should look at the coefficients suggested by the above authors as indices for identifying a key factor
(in each author's own interpretation) rather unrelated to the usual regression and correlation analyses.
Young: The key factor
was that we had assembled a building committee of experts.
A key factor
is having the parts on hand needed to fix the equipment.
Two key factors
were the "drivers" of this upswing in economic growth.
Integration of DSPs and network processing on the same chip offers improvement in delay optimization, a key factor
in achieving carrier-class voice quality.
The researchers also expand on previous calculations indicating that a key factor
in male predominance is the bumblebee male's tendency to mature before the female.
Cetra/Ruddy's capability of responding quickly, experience with construction issues as well as innovative building materials and technology was also a key factor
A version of the D4 dopamine receptor gene, or D4DR, cited as a key factor
in producing novelty-seeking behavior (SN: 1/6/96, p.
The key factor
in producing a frozen droplet with a sharp point is the difference between the angle that the solid makes with the solidification front during freezing and the angle that the liquid makes with the front.
"The scalability of transaction based systems using CACHE is a key factor
in our decision.
A key factor
influencing dendritic growth is the convective currents of heat flowing in molten metal.
According to TWR, New Jersey is seeing a huge comeback in investment banking activity--a key factor
in the greater tri-state area--as companies become less risk adverse and take advantage of current market conditions.