Variable used to measure the influence of interest rate fluctuations in fixed income portfolios. It is an approximate relation between fluctuations in interest rates and prices.
One of the objects: variable, number, atom or structure.
Value in Prolog. A term is either a variable, atom, integer, float or compound term. In addition, SWI-Prolog also defines the type string
An expression that is a number, a variable, or the product of a number and one or more variables. Also called a monomial.
A part of an algebraic equation or a number in a sequence or a series or a product of real numbers and/or variables.
In an algebraic expression or equation, a number or a product of a number and one or more variables. For example, the terms of the expression 5 – 8 are 5, and 8. A variable term is a term that contains at least one variable. For example, in the equation 4 + 5, 4 and are variable terms. A constant term is a term that does not contain a variable. For example, in the equation 4 + 5, 8 and 5 are constant terms. See also like terms.
A constant symbol, a variable symbol or an n-ary function symbol applied to a tuple of n terms.
a combination of operators and variables in a boolean function.
a number or the product of a number and a variable (including exponents).
A basic data object in Prolog. A term can be a constant, a variable, or a compound term.
A term is any value (variable or constant) or expression separated from another term by a + or - sign in an overall expression.