Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to more than one factor.

Etymologies

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multi- +‎ factor

Examples

  • What the BLS calls multifactor productivity is up almost 8% since 2000.

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  • What the BLS calls multifactor productivity is up almost 8% since 2000.

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  • And the broadest measure of productivity growth, known as multifactor productivity, has actually tripled since the period of the 1970s and the 1980s.

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  • And the broadest measure of productivity growth, known as multifactor productivity, has actually tripled since the period of the 1970s and the 1980s.

    Remarks In First Session Of Economic Summit

  • Referred to as multifactor biometrics, smarter systems will be able to aggregate this data in real-time to make sure whenever someone is attempting to access your information, it matches your unique biometric profile and it is authentic.

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  • Known as multifactor authentication, the technology is typically based on an electronic token carried by a user that repeatedly generates a time-based number that must be appended to a password when a user logs in to a computer system.

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  • However, in 2009 this was more than offset by factors such as process or knowledge improvements - known as multifactor productivity - which fell by 3.1 percent.

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  • Examples of other factors that can contribute to productivity growth are improved management processes or production techniques (called multifactor productivity).

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  • Kwall: Wants a multifactor, context-sensitive test.

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  • Perhaps if we consider the pictures/descriptions on the website to be false statements instead of misleading ones (false by necessary implication?), a (a) (1) (B) violation would actually be easier to make out than a multifactor confusion analysis.

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