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(ŭn-wā'tĕd)
Referring to a type of exercise in which weight bearing is reduced by application of counter-force, typically using a harness.
See also: kinematic chain, weight-supported exercise
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This unweighted approach would prevent spurious associations that could result if a heavy weight was attached to few individuals.
This analysis used unweighted data, while controlling for differences between apprentices and trainees, and current or past learners, as well as for sex and age.
Given this challenging backdrop, we posit four reasons consumer researchers tend to disregard complex sample design when using data collected via complex samples: (1) researchers do not know that it may be necessary to incorporate sample design into their analyses, (2) researchers know that it may be necessary but do not know how to incorporate it, (3) researchers believe that it may not be necessary because unweighted regression models render accounting for sampling design unnecessary, and (4) researchers know that it may be necessary but their particular analysis precludes it due to data or software limitations.
Descriptive statistics for item importance, overall rated importance, unweighted MT, and weighted MT as a function of team role (i.
RICS Investment Sentiment Index (ISI) is constructed by taking an unweighted average of readings for three series relating to the investment market measured on a net balance basis; investment enquiries, capital value expectations and the supply of distressed properties.
Using the weighted or unweighted analysis, the difference in the CAGR between in MCE and SPI indexes is 0.
Gulf banks have an average unweighted risk-adjusted capital (RAC), according to Standard & Poor's framework, of about 12 per cent-13 per cent as of Dec.
The report pointed out that Gulf banks have an average unweighted risk-adjusted capital according to Standard & Poor's framework, of about 12 per cent to 13 per cent as of December 31, 2012 -- about five percentage points higher than the unweighted average 6.
It was even higher than in the eurozone if we take the countries' unweighted average, which was 56 percent.
These setups allow you use your favorite small, unweighted flies on the bottom, because the weight of the line hangs lowest in the current while the unweighted fly drifts just off the bottom and hang in the water column in an enticing fashion.
Sample sizes and descriptive statistics are reported in Table 1, including unweighted and weighted means or distributions of all the variables.