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predict

[pri′dikt]
(meteorology)

predict

(simulation)
simulation, predictive analytics.

predict

(architecture)

predict

(audio, compression)
predictive audio compression.
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The January-March 2012 issue of Educational Psychologist provides case studies of non-cognitive tests for undergraduate admissions and for law school admissions that are simultaneously predictively more powerful and without transmitting the social disparities of the SAT or LSAT.
A: They are asking for systems that provide tools to make informed scheduling decisions by predictively showing them both the clinical and financial impact of these decisions in an environment shaped by constantly shifting resource demands as well as ever increasing organizational size and complexity.
This defence of scientific realism generated a thorough epistemic optimism: it is reasonable to believe in the theoretical assertions of mature and predictively successful scientific theories, for they have 'latched on to' the blueprint of the universe.
For predictively encoded picture sequences, the situation is not so simple.
This original equipment manufacturer agnostic software technology provides insights to help align operational and business performance and deliver on commitments by operating proactively and predictively.
8220;Working with MMA, we are able to identify market-changing opportunities that enable us to predictively analyze and optimize our pricing so that we can be confident of maximizing our chances of improved financial returns on our pricing actions before they take effect.
In that method, experts review and code a training set of documents and then the software codes the remaining documents predictively, which dramatically reduces the number of documents that must be reviewed manually.
These results suggest that a model chosen by cross validation using data not adjusted for rep differences, when fitted to the complete data, may not be as predictively accurate as a model chosen by cross validation using data adjusted for rep differences, and very possibly not the most predictively accurate model that could be obtained.
To understand why this is not a difficulty in and of itself, note that predictive accuracy is relative to a domain of prediction, and different curves may be predictively equivalent relative to that domain.
Pragmatic knowledge sources are used predictively to circumscribe the search space for words in the speech signal.