Betekenis van:

Zelfstandig naamwoord
  • asymmetrie
  • (mathematics) a lack of symmetry





  1. Melanoma's ABCDE stands for: Asymmetry, irregular borders, changing color, great diameter, and elevation above the skin.
  2. Do you know that the French do not hear the difference between "symmetry" and "asymmetry"?
  3. Did you know that, in French, one doesn't hear the difference between "the symmetry" and "the asymmetry"?
  5. Asymmetry of information
  6. OFCOM also analysed whether the rating system introduces undue asymmetry in terms of marginal rate liability.
  7. This is not only due to the asymmetry of the two major players’ market shares after the merger.
  8. The ERG recognised in its Common Position that termination rates should normally be symmetric and asymmetry requires an adequate justification.
  9. To evaluate the impact, Member States shall report mirror exercises conducted by them and the investigation of asymmetry carried out if the mirror effect becomes significant.
  10. Spain provided additional arguments to support the existence of market failures linked to the existence of an asymmetry in the information.
  11. In this communication the Commission acknowledged that some regulation in the sector of professional services may be justified, for instance to reduce the asymmetry of information between customers and service providers.
  12. The report argues that due to information asymmetry, potential investors may not perceive correctly the profit-risk profile of businesses and may become reluctant to invest in risk capital.
  13. As for the risk that the merger will elicit coordinated behaviour, the Commission considers that such a risk is negligible, mainly for the same reasons as for non-GM fluid lecithin (no price transparency, asymmetry of market shares etc.).
  14. As mentioned above in paragraph 61 and footnote 13, the Commission has recognised in several situations that the specific business model of aero engine development is characterised by asymmetry of information.
  15. Taking into account the new elements, including the information submitted by ITP, the Commission is able to conclude that the present case is characterised by an asymmetry of information.