(1) The process of matching the data concerning an inter-dealer transaction specified by each party to the transaction in order to determine that both parties agree on the details of the transaction. (2) A term used to refer to an inter-dealer confirmation. See: CONFIRMATION.
The process by which two contra brokerage firms in a trade agree to the terms of the transaction. Comparison can be either through a clearing corporation or on a trade-for-trade basis (that is, ex the clearing corporation).
A contractual agreement citing terms and conditions of a transaction between broker/dealers. This document must be exchanged by the contra firms and signed to signify approval of its details. (See Confirmations)
The state of being compared; a relative estimate; also, a state, quality, or relation, admitting of being compared; as, to bring a thing into comparison with another; there is no comparison between them.
a great one, and my point I was trying to make originally - there is an indestinguishable difference between different models of hardware, so it is the software which makes the difference to the end user
A feature that searches for and identifies differences between hosts and component models. The N1 Grid Service Provisioning System supports these three types of comparisons: Model to model â€“ Examines the deployment repository and history that is stored on the master server for two hosts and reports any differences Model to install â€“ Compares what the master server reports is installed on a host to what is actually on the host and reports any differences Install to install â€“ Examines the contents of two hosts' file systems and reports any differences
is when two or more pieces are compared and contrasted on various grounds in order to identify similarities and differences. Example: Midsummer Night's Dream and Othello are both Shakespearean plays but Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy while Othello is a tragedy.
Comparison of diamonds can be quite difficult for the amateur or consumer, but it can be important to ensure you get the quality you expect. Even laboratories perform much of their grading by comparing one stone with a stone of known quality.
One of the basic operations defined by the IEEE standard. The comparison operation determines the truth of an assertion about the relationship of two floating-point values. There are four possible relations: less than, equal, greater than, and unordered. See also aware, non-aware.