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predict

[pri′dikt]
(meteorology)

predict

(simulation)
simulation, predictive analytics.

predict

(architecture)

predict

(audio, compression)
predictive audio compression.
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1) Match Result: Predict the answer to some easy questions like Toss Winner, Toss Decision, etc.
Bringing together the expertise of educators and the power of technology to predict performance and target instruction enables you to positively influence your students' present and future success.
For each case, we predict nine other trajectories with the same initial velocity but slightly different initial positions.
To determine which variables best predict frequency of volunteering, two separate stepwise multiple regression analyses were conducted.
It is interesting that the amount of effort put forth in the course and the amount of time spent did not predict course outcomes.
The ability to predict hardness values at critical areas of the casting after machining also means that changes in the alloy content and the heat treatment can be investigated to obtain the desired properties at the lowest cost.
Muller's maneuver can predict UPPP success when criteria are stringent (i.
The objective of this article is to determine the suitability of the cubic equation as a strain energy function and to determine its capability to predict uniaxial compression and planar tension (pure shear) properties from uniaxial tension data for typical carbon black filled compounds used in tires.
but when that separates the genius predictors from those who predict themselves into obscurity.
Many of these scientists predict global warming--a rise in Earth's temperature--during the next century.
Typically, research takes the form of attempting to predict rehabilitated versus non-rehabilitated status (Raleeh, 1986) or an examination of one or more issues related to a specific disability group such as an examination of productive functioning two years after spinal cord injuries (Herron, 1987).