# rate

• 101Rate — die Rate, n (Mittelstufe) Betrag, der für eine Ware in regelmäßigen Abständen gezahlt wird Synonym: Abschlag Beispiele: Er hat einen Fernseher auf Raten gekauft. Er bezahlt den Kredit in Raten …

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• 102rate up — transitive verb : to class with risks paying a higher rate of premium in order to offset additional risk …

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• 103Rate of fire — is the frequency at which a specific weapon can fire or launch its projectiles. It is usually measured in rounds per minute (RPM or round/min), or per second (RPS or round/s). Contents 1 Overview 2 Measurement 2.1 Cyclic rate …

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• 104Rate–distortion theory — is a major branch of information theory which provides the theoretical foundations for lossy data compression; it addresses the problem of determining the minimal amount of entropy (or information) R that should be communicated over a channel, so …

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• 105Rate-monotonic Scheduling — Algorithmes d ordonnancement EDF&#160;• Rate monotonic&#160;• Round robin LIFO&#160;• FIFO Le rate monotonic scheduling est un algorithme d ordonnancement …

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• 106Rate Monotonique — Rate monotonic scheduling Algorithmes d ordonnancement EDF&#160;• Rate monotonic&#160;• Round robin LIFO&#160;• FIFO Le rate monotonic scheduling est un algorithme d ordonnancement …

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• 107Rate Your Students — is a weblog started in November 2005 by a tenured humanities professor from the South. The site is now run by a group of professors, all anonymous. In an article from the Arizona State Web Devil , one of many that appeared on the site, the&#8230; …

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• 108rate of depreciation — ˌrate of depreciˈation noun [countable] ACCOUNTING the rate at which an asset is calculated to go down in value each year, especially in the annual accounts for a business; = DEPRECIATION RATE: • The rate of depreciation slows down significantly&#8230; …