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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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In both treatments, predictions are conditioned on the Predictor Gamble Choice and the results suggest that more risk-loving predictors assume others are likewise more risk loving.
The one-level predictor as shown in Figure 1 can be reorganized as a special case of the proposed generalized predictor.
The linearity assumption for continuous and ordinal predictors was examined in the same way as for the continuous chronic disease score.
Respiratory rate as a predictor has been studied by numerous investigators and shown to have modest accuracy for all weaning stages (6).
The shift register is clocked using the BRANCH signal, which is asserted each time the branch associated with this predictor is fetched.
As it has been outlined above, three modifications of classical Smith predictor have been studied and implemented into the software support.
Castrol has applied the same expertise they apply to the development of their oils to create the Castrol Predictor, using objective analysis and highly advanced technology to offer unique insights into winning performances.
A regression analysis revealed that motivational beliefs and use of self-regulated learning strategies are significant predictors of math standardized test scores beyond and above parents' active and reactive homework involvement and students' gender and ethnic differences.
Thus, the weight loss predictor incorporates the other two predictors, making regular exercise and reduced fat diets vital to the fight against type 2 diabetes.
The NDT results were not a reliable predictor of the hydraulic integrity of the castings, and the number of leakers detected did not decrease.
If intrinsic enjoyment of playing music is indeed an important predictor of prolonged music study, (3) then we believe it is important to find ways of making the flow experience more attainable for music students.