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However, empirical models can only be used for interpolation and not extrapolation. Hence they often produce unrealistic solutions, that is, computer optimization of engine parameters that use these models to produce results that cannot be replicated in the test cell.
Extrapolation is the approval of a biosimilar for use in all indications held by the reference biopharmaceutical other than the original indication for which the biosimilar had initially been developed and approved.
Rather, it both conveys a sense of communism as a radical rupture with the given capitalist world, and foregrounds the ways in which communism is not an ideal opposed to present actuality, but an actual condition of change or extrapolation, "the real movement which abolishes the present state of things" (Marx, The German Ideology).
Extrapolations from this paper are fairly straightforward.
"I feel we're taking a risk" with the extrapolations, said Dr.
The Mark Farrah analysts use quarterly enrollment figures for carriers that file enrollment data on a quarterly basis, but they use extrapolations from enrollment figures filed at the end of 2013 for the other carriers.
She says extrapolations that are typically used in Medicaid audits have been quite a source of interest lately for providers and rule makers.
Extrapolations are actually ubiquitous in the biological and social sciences, although rather unremarked upon as problematic.
Extrapolation practice for ecotoxicological effect characterization of chemicals.
The wise person knows that making extrapolations is dangerous.
The estimates were based on extrapolations of the 1998 NAICS industry estimates from BEA's national and industry accounts back to earlier years.
He claims the extrapolations are based on the previous five years expenditures.