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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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I predict another very large earthquake for Japan and subsequent tsunami within 60 days.
Another set of regression analyses was conducted to determine which variables best predict an individual's organ donation behavior and his/her present and future organ donation intentions.
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.
When uniaxial tension data for four carbon black filled rubber compounds were used to predict uniaxial compression and planar tension (pure shear) data, the correlations with actual test measurements were reasonably accurate.
SID CATO PREDICTS EGG ON FACE OF WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORTER
Next, the scientists write formulas to predict, for example, how increasing carbon dioxide levels will affect these variables, and therefore cloud formation, in the future.
Researchers in the specific area of vocational rehabilitation have also been actively trying to develop models which would accurately predict outcomes.
And in a recent trial, a market specially designed to predict sales of Hewlett-Packard products performed better than the company's internal sales forecasts did.
These models of lactational transfer make it possible to account for time-dependent changes in maternal physiology and transfer kinetics, as well as chemical characteristics, in order to more accurately predict infant exposure.
At NIST, a plasma model has recently been developed to predict ion energy distributions.