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The car rental company Avis identifies customers inthe market with the greatest lifetime value by predicting their rental frequency and profitability.This has enabled Avis to focus its customer acquisition on handpicked customers of potentially ...
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setName("Lifetime"); { recordScalar(" Lifetime's Std Stats ", simTime()); lifetimeStdDev . record (); } void MySink :: handleMessage( cMessage * msg) { simtime_t d = simTime() - msg->getCreationTime(); emit(lifetimeSignal , d); // signal ...
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Topologies of semimartingales and of uniform convergence in probability on compact sets 2.1. R*-valued processes In this section we define topologies of uniform convergence in probability and of semimartingales for processes with lifetime.
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The next table presented is a comparative one , showing at certain ages the total number of years of future lifetime which will be lived by the survivors of 100,000 males at age twenty , and the complete expectation of life and the loss in same ...
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these resonant orbits. While we would expect the initial condition Q0 = 7 to lead to the shortest lifetime, comparisons are complicated by the effects of the changes in i. For example, because of these changes, we find that in the longer lifetime ...
Lifetime from books.google.com
So it was Eleazar and Ithamar who served as priests in the lifetime of their father Aaron” (ynpl[ μhyba ˆrha). This verse has apparently become corrupted; originally it read: 'But Nadab and Abihu died in the lifetime of their father Aaron when ...
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Lifetime Positive net values in Table 1 mean that the yield - perMaximized of centage rate of return - exceeds the given rate of interest . present Annual resource When early extraction cost is $ 10 000 000 , for example , Cost parameters net ...
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and on this slim data the expectation is a regularly lessening percentage of the possible lifetime-thus, according to the Age Carlisle x EY ' 10 488.20 = 51.93 рег cent. of 94 := (104— 10) 20 < 41.458 = 49.35 “ “ 84 = (104 _ 20) 30 34.336 ___ ...
Lifetime from books.google.com
TH 14 70 and on this slim data the expectation is a regularly lessening percentage of the possible lifetime — thus , according to the Age Carlisle EX 10 48.820 = 51.93 per cent . of 94 = ( 104 10 ) 20 41.458 = 49.35 84 = ( 104 - 20 ) 30 34.336 ...
Lifetime from books.google.com
1 and on this slim data the expectation is a regularly lessening percentage of the possible lifetime — thus , according to the Age Carlisle E . 48 . 820 = 51 . 93 per cent . of 94 = ( 104 — 10 ) 41 . 458 = 49 . 35 84 = ( 104 34 . 336 = 46 .