long-term predictor


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long-term predictor

[¦lȯŋ ‚tərm prə′dik·tər]
(communications)
An electric filter that removes redundancies in a signal associated with long-term correlations so that information can be transmitted more efficiently.
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Table 2 shows the results generated by the logistic regression model used to determine and compare the long-term predictors of growth.
In this article, we set out to determine the long-term growth potential of one-person startups and to identify effective long-term predictors of growth by means of exploratory analysis on the basis of a broadly defined model.
Last fall, Stephen Roach, chief economist at Morgan Stanley and one of the most thoughtful, long-term predictors of the world economy, warned clients in a research note that "America's ever-widening current account deficit is on an inherently unstable path.

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