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  • adj. Of or pertaining to more than one factor.


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multi- +‎ factor


  • 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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  • 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).

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

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • 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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  • As Mark McKenna has noted elsewhere, the multifactor confusion test now so dominates that it seems to have erased even judicial memory of the simpler tests once used for directly competing goods.

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  • Within the multifactor test, intent is circular: presume bad intent because the marks are similar and presume that the marks are similar enough to confuse because of the bad intent.

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