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predict

[pri′dikt]
(meteorology)

predict

(simulation)
simulation, predictive analytics.

predict

(architecture)

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(audio, compression)
predictive audio compression.
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The presence of the aftereffect indicates that the locomotor system adapted to the field by predictively canceling it, which is consistent with the use of an internal model.
The new patent application could provide DNAPrint a tremendous advantage towards developing pharmacogenomics classifiers that are specific, sensitive and predictively powerful enough for routine clinical use.
Similarly, "data mining"--software processes that locate items possibly related to subjects of interest in digital databases and fuse them into predictively useful insights--can automate some aspects of intelligence collection and enable the intelligence community to make far better use of unclassified media and certain other sources.
The problem with using these markers predictively is that, while the association can be seen in large groups of affected individuals, "it doesn't work on an individual level," said Dr.
In line with the objective of exploratory model development - the estimation of a predictively valid structure for explaining export performance - the model shown in Figure 2 was conceived.
Protocols for the development of genetic tests that can be used predictively must receive the approval of an institutional review board (IRB) when subject identifiers are retained and when the intention is to make the test readily available for clinical use, i.
Second, is it predictively accurate, in the sense that models based upon it are capable of generating predictions that are not empirically refuted?
can conjure predictively his friend's unacted deeds, "display[ing] / A good man in each part exact"; he can present Peter (in Sidneian terms) not as he was but as he should have been.
The example drawn from psychology is an especially powerful one, given that elsewhere (Anfangsgrunde 471:11-37) Kant remarks that psychological phenomena can only be studied "historically," not predictively, since even specific empirical rules cannot be reliably formulated or tested where psychological phenomena are concerned.
Positive profit in Alchian's argument, therefore, cannot be predictively forward looking.
It inherited ideas on the modelling of urban deposits developed in the West Midlands (Carver 1987), where the underground topography was predictively mapped in three dimensions to show where the physical assets, the legible strata, were likely to have been trapped.