Abbreviations (1/9) - Grouped by first letter "f"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "f": Face value, Facet, Factor cost, ...

Undiscounted amount of principal to be repaid (§ 3.157).
Format specification of a Component's content when reported in a Data or Metadata Set.

Gross value added at factor cost is not a concept used explicitly in the SNA but it can easily be derived by subtracting the value of any taxes, less ...
A factor of production is any good or service used to produce an output. In economics, factors of production are normally grouped into the categories land, ...
Suppose the prices and quantities in a price index are interchanged to yield a quantity index of exactly the same functional form as the price index. Under ...
A factor of production is any good or service used to produce an output. In economics, factors of production are normally grouped into the categories land, ...

Farm Accountancy Data Network
As used by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, a graph containing nodes (corresponding to fields) which are connected by arcs (an arc between two nodes indicates ...
Proportion of records in the unedited data that fail a given edit.
Amount for which an asset could be exchanged, or a liability settled, between knowledgeable, willing parties in an arm’s length transaction.
Arable land not under rotation that is set at rest for a period of time ranging from one to five years before it is cultivated again, or land usually under ...
All arable land included in the crop rotation system, whether worked or not, but with no intention to produce a harvest for the duration of a crop year ...
Pair wrongly designated as a match in the matching process.
Number of incorrectly linked record pairs divided by the total number of linked record pairs.
Matched records which do not represent the same entity.
Unmatched record not correctly classified, that implies truly matched entities were not linked.
Number of incorrectly unlinked record pairs divided by the total number of true match record pairs.
The family of international economic and social classifications is comprised of those classifications that have been internationally approved as guidelines ...
"Family members" means, insofar as the family already existed in the country of origin, the following members of the family of the beneficiary of refugee or ...
The family nucleus is defined in the narrow sense, that is as two or more persons who belong to the same household and who are related as husband and wife, ...
Periodical payments to a member of a household with dependent children to help with the costs of raising children. This definition is identical in versions ...
Family related benefits include child allowance, allowance for care of invalid dependants, maternity allowance, birth allowance, unmarried mother's ...
In SPPI (Producer Price Indices for Services), it is a classification of services.
See: Unpaid family workers
Foreigners selected for long-term settlement because of the family ties they have with citizens or foreigners already residing in the receiving country.
Support in cash or kind (except health care) in connection with the costs of pregnancy, childbirth and adoption, bringing up children and caring for other ...
The family/children function refers to benefits that: - provide financial support to households for bringing up children,
- provide financial assistance to ...
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
"FAO major areas" means the geographical areas identified using the international numerical-2 code as defined by the FAO (CWP Handbook of fishery ...
The Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN) is an instrument for evaluating the income of agricultural holdings and the impacts of the Common Agricultural ...
The farm labour force of the holding includes all persons having completed their compulsory education (having reached school-leaving age) who carried out ...
Survey carried out by all European Union (EU) Member States in order to collect information on agricultural holdings in the Member States at different ...
Every type of work on the agricultural holding which contributes to either: (i) the activities defined in Article 2 a) of Regulation (EU) 2018/1091
(ii) ...
Procedure followed to update at short notice an SDMX artefact, e.g. a Codelist.
Any injury accident resulting in a person killed. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the Transport Glossary.
Identifies data errors with certainty. Examples are a geographic code for a Canadian province that does not exist in a table of acceptable geographic codes.
Errors identified by fatal edits.
An injury resulting in death within thirty days of the date of the accident.
The male person the interviewee considered to be his/her father when the interviewee was a young teenager.
Products in the form of a solid, malleable emulsion principally of the water-in-oil type, derived from solid and/or liquid vegetable and/or animal fats ...
Feasibility studies are investigation of proposed engineering projects using existing techniques in order to provide additional information before deciding ...
Subgraph of a matching candidate graph (MC graph) that satisfies the criteria that are established for the matching graph.
A geographic object displayed on a map or stored in a GIS database. Features can be natural or man-made real-world objects (a river or a settlement) or they ...
Component of the federal government whose principal function is the compilation and analysis of data and the dissemination of information for statistical ...
Short sea shipping service which connects at least two ports in order for the freight
(generally containers) to be consolidated or redistributed to or from ...
3190 feedstocks, additives and other hydrocarbons (without bio components) Feedstocks, additives and other hydrocarbons (without bio components) is the sum ...
See: "Least squares method for autocorrection"
Check of measuring units verifying whether the data has been given in correct units.
In reference to assumptions and editing and imputation goals put forth by Fellegi and Holt in their 1976 Journal of the American Statistical Association ...
Fellings are the volume of all trees - living or dead - measured over bark that are felled during the reference year as well as natural losses (for example, ...

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