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goal seeking

The ability to calculate a formula backward to obtain a desired input. For example, given the goal gross margin = 50% and the range of possible inputs, goal seeking attempts to obtain the optimum input.
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For example, within Data Analytics, expert-level knowledge means you can build prescriptive models that optimize organizational performance (also known as goal seeking).
Dubai South's Logistics District hosted the event which was aimed at boosting UAE's efforts in meeting SDG 3, an international goal seeking to ensure good health and wellbeing for all as well as SDG 17 which is focused on increasing partnerships to achieving SDGs.
Stress and conflict emerge within and between social groups any time our forward, goal seeking momentum halts for extended periods of time.
The profile produces six scores titled Purpose (PU), Coherence (CO), Choice/Responsibility (CR), Death Acceptance (DA), Existential Vacuum (EV), and Goal Seeking (GS) and two composite scores entitled Personal Meaning Index (PMI) and Existential Transcendence (ET).
These relate to the scales of Coherence, Existential Vacuum and the Goal Seeking (tab.
The scale consists of six sub-scales including Purpose (PU), Coherence (CO), Choice/Responsibility (C/R), Death Acceptance (DA), Existential Vacuum (EV), and Goal Seeking (GS).
A real-time optimization algorithm for chop saw systems has been developed based on the principle of goal seeking. This method can be implemented in the online control process since it has very fast execution speed.
Yu, 1983, "A Goal Seeking Investment Model", Management Science, 29:1027-1036
The LAP-R is scored and profiled in terms of six subscales: Purpose (PO), Coherence (CO), Choice/ Responsibleness (CR), Death Acceptance (DA), Existential Vacuum (EV), and Goal Seeking (GS).
Goal seeking functions are realized through the backward inference mechanism, enabling the neural expert system to show the appropriate inputs (or conditions) to guarantee the desired level of outputs.
Goal seeking allows users to find out the value that a particular variable must take if the desired performance level is to be achieved.
Drawing on his earlier insightful work, Kaare Strom models party behavior as a simultaneous effort to seek three distinct goals - votes, offices, and policies - and examines data on six Norwegian parties to see whether different combinations of goal seeking explains differences in party organization.