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[pri′dikt]
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(simulation)
simulation, predictive analytics.

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(architecture)

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In all but two cases, this number was positive, meaning CNDMS almost always appears to outperform the NPR method for predicting actual clinical need.
is predicting a one-in-three chance of large hurricane losses in the United States this hurricane season.
in its 29th annual CIT Construction Industry Forecast indicates in 2005 that United States construction industry leaders are predicting a strong year ahead as their confidence hit an all-time high.
Consequently, measuring the salience of individual identities could aid in predicting the frequency of future behaviors associated with the identity.
If the new simulation proves reliable for predicting El Ninos years in advance, many regions could benefit.
Predicting SARS dynamics on the basis of data from early in the epidemic could have lead to untenable conclusions (11); however, we found that the SARS epidemic in Hong Kong and Singapore in May 2003, was not in an early stage.
Combine the state of the economy and the ever-increasing operational role the CFO plays in today's corporations, and it is crystal clear that accurately predicting demand and profitably creating demand are crucial to success.
The researchers identified nine factors that were believed to be important toward predicting student success in the course.
A recently developed PBPK model for perchlorate and iodide kinetics in the lactating and neonatal rat demonstrates the utility of PBPK modeling in predicting maternal and neonatal distribution of these two compounds.
NIST scientists have recently developed and validated a model for predicting the kinetic energy of ions in plasma etching reactors used by the semiconductor industry.
The new report offered a more optimistic appraisal of California's energy conservation effort, predicting it would save an average of 1,250 megawatts per day during the summer compared with the 596 megawatts forecast by the ISO.
Treatment planning with x-rays can be useful in predicting outcomes as well as in planning skeletal advancement procedures.

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