Weighted

  • (adj): Made heavy or weighted down with weariness.
    Example: "Weighted eyelids"
    Synonyms: leaden
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on weighted:

Weighted-average Loan Age
... The weighted-average loan age is the average number of months since the date of note origination of all the loans in a pool weighted by remaining principal balance ...
Mean Square Weighted Deviation
... Mean square weighted deviation is used extensively in geochronology, the science of obtaining information about the time of formation of, for example, rocks, minerals, bones, corals, or charcoal, or ... When individual determinations of an age are not of equal significance it is better to use a weighted mean to obtain an 'average' age, as follows The biased weighted estimator ... The unbiased weighted estimator of the sample variance can also be computed on the fly as follows The unweighted mean square of the weighted deviations (unweig ...
Lars Osberg
... in economics according to number of works, number of distinct works, number of distinct works(weighted by number of authors), number of journal pages ...
San Marcos High School (San Marcos, California) - Academics - Honors
... Geometry Algebra II Trigonometry Biology French III (weighted) Spanish III (weighted) Genetics (weighted) 9th Grade English 10th Grade English 9th Grade World History ...
Smallest Circle Problem - Weighted Variants of The Problem
... The weighted version of the minimum covering circle problem takes as input a set of points in a Euclidean space, each with weights the goal is to find a single point that minimizes the maximum weighted distance ... As with the unweighted problem, the weighted problem may be solved in linear time in any space of bounded dimension, using approaches closely related to bounded dimension linear programming ... The weighted version of the Elzinga-Hearn algorithm is available via the ORSEP article mentioned above ...

More definitions of "weighted":

  • (adj): Adjusted to reflect value or proportion.
    Example: "Votes weighted according to the size of constituencies"; "a law weighted in favor of landlords"; "a weighted average"