Definitions for "velocity"
The number of times a currency changes hands in a specific period of time....
Quickness of motion; swiftness; speed; celerity; rapidity; as, the velocity of wind; the velocity of a planet or comet in its orbit or course; the velocity of a cannon ball; the velocity of light.
Rate of motion; the relation of motion to time, measured by the number of units of space passed over by a moving body or point in a unit of time, usually the number of feet passed over in a second. See the Note under Speed.
Keywords:  midi, keyboard, loudly, softly, louder
1: The speed at which you depress a key. 2: A MIDI MESSAGE that communicates this information and determines how loudly or softly a sound will play.
Message In synthesizers and keyboard controllers, a MIDI message giving data on how hard the key was struck.
A feature included on some keyboards that makes the sound louder the harder you play. Sometimes known as keystroke dynamic, this is an advanced keyboard technique that gives you greater control over notes played. This is accomplished using various methods. Forms part of the note information in MIDI.
Keywords:  gnp, spent, dollar, gdp, gross
In the most common usage, the number obtained when Gross National Product is divided by money supply. As such, it represents the number of times per year that each dollar in the money supply is spent on goods and services.
(1) the rate at which money flows from one transaction to another. The number of times money changes hands in a given time period. (2) the rate at which total money in circulation is spent on goods and services in a given time period (usually measured as the ratio of gnp to the money stock). Greater velocity thus means that a given amount of money is used for a higher dollar volume of transactions.... read full article
The number of times a given dollar changes hands in a specific time period, usually measured by GDP divided by money supply. An important consideration in monetary policy.
a far more predictive test
an independent prognostic factor for relapse after radical prostatectomy
a significant independent clinical variable predicting for relapse after RRP and could be useful in risk stratification and in patient selection for neo-adjuvant or adjuvant therapies
Velocity, (real name Carin Taylor) is an Image Comics/Top Cow Productions character from the comic series Cyberforce, created by Marc Silvestri in 1992. She is one of, if not the main character in the Cyberforce series, and often serves as the reader’s guide or eyes through the story arcs. Most of the early story arcs focussed on her burgeoning friendship with the members of Cyberforce, and her struggle through meta-human teenage development.
Velocity is a novel by Dean Koontz first published in 2005. Set in Napa County, California, it is about a man in his thirties who takes the law into his own hands when, out of the blue, he is threatened by an anonymous adversary. Velocity is a thriller where the identity of a serial killer on the loose in Napa County and the killer's relationship to the protagonist are only revealed in the final pages of the book.
An open-source, embeddable, multi-purpose, template engine. Velocity, an Apache Jakarta project, offers a simple yet powerful scripting language (known as Velocity Template Language) as an alternative to Java Server Pages. (More Info at )
From Velocity web site: "Velocity is a Java-based template engine. It permits web page designers to reference methods defined in Java code. Web designers can ... [ Read more
Rate of product movement through a warehouse.
In SUTRA, velocity refers to the average fluid velocity relative to the stationary solid matrix. It is an average velocity in the sense that it represents fluid movement as viewed at the model scale, rather than at the microscopic (pore) scale. The average fluid velocity defined here is not to be confused with the Darcy velocity, which is a measure of the volumetric flux of fluid and is equal to Sw, where is porosity, Sw is saturation, and is average fluid velocity. See Section 2.2 of the SUTRA documentation for details.
The sales movement of a product measured against the category.
Velocity is a free, weekly publication first published December 3, 2003 by The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky.
Velocity adjusted for the free-float band.
Another measure of liquidity, however it takes into account the number of shares traded. The measure is currently used within the FTSEurofirst review process. It is represented as the number of shares traded over a given period divided by the free-float adjusted shares in issue at the end of that period.
Keywords:  veronica, vesting, period
Veronica vesting period
How fast a point on the ground is shaking as a result of an earthquake.
Keywords:  revised, steam, last, popular, run
Was quite popular, but appears to have run out of steam. On 2006-02-15, I determined it was last revised in 2004-04-04.
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Number of shares traded relative to the rolling average number of shares in issue for the past twelve months.
Keywords:  curve
Velocity curve