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predict

[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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Integrating the predictiveness of a marker with its performance as a classifier.
When the class predictiveness score is 1 and the class predictability score is less than 1, then it can be said that all instances in the sample with the value for the attribute reside in a particular class.
How it Works Market Prophit uses the power of big data analytics, leveraging proprietary algorithms to measure the predictiveness and accuracy of financial blogger's stock calls, tracking opinion makers continuously and delivering daily performance rankings.
Addressing this concern by removing credit characteristics related to the length of credit history would create significant other problems of differential effect and loss of model predictiveness.
The breakout group also identified several preneoplastic events that NTP could consider evaluating for predictiveness of human response, including loss of contact inhibition, stratification of the surface epithelium, loss of p53, loss of phosphatase and tensin homolog (PTEN), and overexpression of phospho-AKT in epithelial cells.
First, these results were found even after partialing personality and work environment, thus this reflects the truly unique predictiveness of spirituality.
And we of course are always looking for ways to improve both the predictiveness of our modeling as well as the accuracy of our reporting.
We see this model expanding prudent lending in the marketplace because it specifically uses a wide range of credit data to increase predictiveness and has the ability to effectively score more people, which is crucial in today's economic environment.
Therefore, a combination of nonmammalian and human cell-based models may maximize the predictiveness of alternative models.
Additional observations of the behavior following occurrence of the setting event would be needed to establish the predictiveness of the setting event in modifying the functional relations among the three terms of the operant and the correlation effects on that operant.
Most systems designed to predict mortgage performance start with credit scores - a testament to their predictiveness.
Real World' findings confirm that predictiveness remained strong even during times of extreme volatility