central projection

central projection

[′sen·trəl prə′jek·shən]
(mathematics)
A mapping of a configuration into a plane that associates with any point of the configuration the intersection with the plane of the line passing through the point and a fixed point.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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As per the August central projection as well, y-o-y inflation is expected to continue to move within the target tolerance band in the next two years.
Separate images are taken by central projection; that is, they differ at least in the scale used.
There are a number of reasons to believe that there are upside risks to the Fed's central projection of two hikes this year," QNB said.
Simon Wells, chief UK economist at HSBC, said the Bank's new report "may be the first to show a central projection for inflation that is, in some quarters, negative".
Tegumen with central projection narrow and more or less twisted, reaching to base of uncus; uncus broad, 1.5 times as wide as long, distally uneven, apically slightly indented, laterally with auriform extensions; gnathos elbow-shaped with small spines distally; saccus short and narrow; valva with inner lamella extremely expanded and folded, transtilla foliated, strongly sclerotized with spines, ventro-distal process with flattened top, wavy and serrate dorsally; aedeagus with suprazonal sheath equal to subzonal sheath, suprazonal sheath with lateral small spines on both sides; juxta more or less nose-like, upper margin V-shaped.
However, statistics used by the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) also indicated its central projection was that joblessness would still be just above the threshold, at 7.1%, by the final quarter of 2016.
According to government officials, the central projection is 
for the population of the emirate to rise from the current two million to above three million by 2020.
In its central projection, the Bank forecast gross domestic product (GDP) of around 1% this year and 1.8% in 2013, while inflation will hit its 2% target in the final quarter of 2012 and fall to as low as 1.5% the following year.
In its central projection, the Bank forecast gross domestic product (GDP) of around 1 pct this year and 1.8 pct in 2013, while inflation will hit its 2 pct target in the final quarter of 2012 and fall to as low as 1.5 pct the following year.
The recent financial crisis has highlighted the importance of tail events, and that assessing the central projection is not enough.

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