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[pri′dikt]
(meteorology)

predict

(simulation)
simulation, predictive analytics.

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(architecture)

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(audio, compression)
predictive audio compression.
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We also predicted the median escape time for simulated UCNs based on escape time data at energies where the median was well determined.
623) best predicted how much one identifies with being a volunteer, and these accounted for 46.
The observed total SARS incidence was within our predicted 95% CI for all three localities (Table).
Predicted nominees: Broadbent, Kingsley, Christensen, Voight, McKellen
If cash flows cannot be predicted reliably because they are not contractual or subject to actuarial prediction, there is no point in continuing because the result will be unreliable.
The term predicted cost/case is somewhat misleading, as relative weights rather than realistic costs were used in the calculation costs.
Soon the computer prints out its results--pages and pages with rows of the predicted numbers for each variable.
Predicted earnings of unusually handicapped rehabilitation clients in Mississippi: Relationship to locus of control, counselor effectiveness, and selected personal variables.
The CIBC has predicted that Canada's economy will continue on the road to economic recovery next year.
VantagePoint now charts Predicted Long Term Crossover and Predicted Triple Crossover in addition to Predicted Short Term Crossover, Predicted Medium Term Crossover, and Predicted High and Low.
For more than a decade, an academic project called the Iowa Electronic Markets has predicted the outcomes of presidential races better than 75 percent of the polls do.
28) drew attention to the significant uncertainty in this approach resulting from the fact that the concentrations of the drug in the mother's plasma and milk are time dependent and not always concurrent, which could lead to decreased accuracy in predicted infant exposure.