Accumulate

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 29 Oct 18, Monday

Random information on the term “Accumulate”:

The accumulation function a(t) is a function defined in terms of time t expressing the ratio of the value at time t (future value) and the initial investment (present value). It is used in interest theory.

Thus a(0)=1 and the value at time t is given by:

where the initial investment is A ( 0 ) . {\displaystyle A(0).}

For various interest-accumulation protocols, the accumulation function is as follows (with i denoting the interest rate and d denoting the discount rate):

In the case of a positive rate of return, as in the case of interest, the accumulation function is an increasing function.

The logarithmic or continuously compounded return, sometimes called force of interest, is a function of time defined as follows:

which is the rate of change with time of the natural logarithm of the accumulation function.

Conversely:

reducing to

for constant δ {\displaystyle \delta } .

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The Airport Movement Area Safety System (AMASS) visually and aurally prompts tower controllers to respond to situations which potentially compromise safety. AMASS is an add-on enhancement to the host Airport Surface Detection Equipment Model 3 (ASDE-3) radar that provides automated aural alerts to potential runway incursions and other hazards. AMASS extends the capability of the ASDE-3 and enhances surface movement safety.

The system operates with ground and approach sensor systems to ascertain aircraft locations in approaching and ground movement situations. It uses airport radars, state-of-the-art signal processing, and advanced computer technology to improve airport safety.

In this program, 40 systems were to be delivered to the Federal Aviation Administration. AMASS is manufactured by Northrop Grumman Corporation.[1]

Pittsburgh International Airport was chosen by the FAA for the first installation of the system starting on February 14, 1990, and being completed by October of that year. Part of the administration’s decision was because the tallest FAA owned control tower (at 220 feet) was in Pittsburgh.[2] By the 4th quarter of 1992 the AMASS system had been installed at such fields as San Francisco International Airport.[3] However, the program came in for increasing criticism for being over-budget and behind schedule, with not a single unit being operational by the deadline (for installing 40 units) of August 2000.[4] Software development issues and system adoption were mentioned as the key issues with the system. Finally, the first operational AMASS system was commissioned at San Francisco International Airport on June 18, 2001.[5] By December 2003 all 40 systems were commissioned by the Federal Aviation Administration.

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