weight to be borne or conveyed
the ratio of the gross weight of an airplane to some factor determining its lift
(see also Risk Load): A factor incorporated into a capitation rate to adjust for coverage of individuals and groups with certain characteristics used in conjunction with straightforward discounting.
the correlation between a variable and a factor. See factor pattern coefficients, factor structure coefficients. where the a(i=1,k) are coefficients. In the common factor model, variables are linear combinations of common factors and unique factors. Factor scores are estimated using linear combinations of variables.
Weighting which reflect the correlation between the original variables and derived factors. Squared factor loadings are the percent of variance in an observed item that is explained by its factor.