Definitions for "Gamma "
A display setting related to the brightness of the middle tones of an image. You can adjust the gamma of an image to lighten or darken the midtones (the middle-gray levels), without significantly changing the dark and light areas (the shadows and highlights).
A term that describes the tonal reproduction characteristics of a video signal.
the curve that describes how the middle tones of your images appear. Often incorrectly referred to as "brightness" and/or "contrast," gamma is a non-linear function. Changing the value of the gamma affects middle tones while leaving the white and black of the image alone. Gamma adjustment is used to compensate for differences between Macintosh and Windows monitors.
A measurement of how fast delta changes, given a unit change in the underlying futures price.
The third letter (G, g = Eng. G) of the Greek alphabet.
Gamma expresses how fast Delta changes with a one-point increase in the price of the underlying. Gamma is positive for all options. If an option has a Delta of 45 and a Gamma of 10, then the option's expected Delta will be 55 if the underlying goes up one point. If we consider Delta to be the velocity of an option, then Gamma is the acceleration.
A unit of measurement of magnetic intensity.
A measure of magnetic field strength; the Earth's magnetic field is about 50,000 gamma. The Moon's magnetic field is only a few gamma.
a unit of magnetic field strength equal to one-hundred-thousandth of an oersted
Gamma is a dynamically-typed, object-oriented, interpreted programming language that has been designed and optimized to reduce the time required for building applications. It supports the QNX/Photon and Linux/GTK GUI environments, and has a built-in library of over 300 functions.
emission 3/4 Electromagnetic radiation emitted by atomic nuclei, the wavelength is generally in the range 1 × 10-10 to 2 × 10-13 m.
A high energy photon. This may be emitted by the nucleus of an atom during radioactive decay. Gamma radiation is used in radiation treatment of cancer and for diagnostic purposes in nuclear medicine.
Gamma was a band formed by guitarist Ronnie Montrose and singer Davey Pattison. They put out 4 albums, Gamma 1 in 1979, Gamma 2 in 1980, Gamma 3 in 1982 (all on Elektra Records) and Gamma 4 in 2000. Their best known song is probably "Fight to the Finish" from their first album, but another popular song was "Meanstreak".
Interferon: An interleukin that helps to activate cytotoxic T cells to kill infected target cells and that enhance the ability of macrophages to phagocytose and destroy invading microorganisms.
Gartley Bearish chart pattern Gartley Bullish chart pattern GLOBEX
each collection of tuned intervals or notes, theoric or practical, historic or actual, of the different human cultures. For example, Pythagorean gamma, Zarlinian gamma, equal tempered gamma and so forth.
Portuguese navigator who led an expedition around the Cape of Good Hope in 1497; he sighted and named Natal on Christmas Day before crossing the Indian Ocean (1469-1524)
Greeks Advocating the Mature Management of Alcohol. A group of Greek student leaders who address the issue of misuse and abuse of alcohol within the Greek system and develop educational programs for the Greek community.
Keywords:  cobalt, ray, radio, come, energy
a gamma ray.
rays: High-energy rays that come from a radio active source such as cobalt-60.
The emitter-to-base current ratio in a common-collector configuration.
a stylized cross; also, the third item in a series or system of classification
Keywords:  integer, positive, multiple
a positive integer multiple of c
An area within the play environment where older children (typically 5-12 years old) would play. An element of height is usually included in this area. Swings suitable for these older children will be located nearby.
Keywords:  likelihood, search, limit, cover
The likelihood limit of Cover search.
Keywords:  symbol, size, effect
The symbol for the effect size.
Keywords:  independent, strong, woman
a strong, independent woman