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predictability

[prə‚dik·tə′bil·əd·ē]
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The measure of the accuracy with which the system can define the location of a point in terms of geographic coordinates rather than the lattice peculiar to that system.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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While the "generalizing" semes of Level 4 contribute to and condition the meaning predictability of naming units, Level 5 semes have an opposite effect.
To ensure predictability, the horizon over which policies will not be changed must be mandatorily specified so that investor can be provided the assurance about future policy certainty.
'Yung kailan mawawala minsan mapapaaga so we are trying our best to achieve predictability and I understand that's very, very important to customers," Carpio said.
In contrast to generation companies whose financials are underpinned by lucrative and long-term CSAs, the regulatory environment in the Russian network segment lacks stability, with annual tariff adjustments limiting predictability. As a result, regulation is likely to remain a constraining factor for Russian network utilities' standalone profiles.
How, then, does this possible slowdown in track predictability improvement compare against the expectations of the limits of predictability shown in Plu (2011)?
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Long-term budget stability and predictability coupled synergistically with regulatory reform and small investments to strengthen the defense industrial base will amplify the two-year budget increases and help deliver decisive combat power when the nation needs it.
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The more we can increase that predictability factor, the better it will be for the industry in the region.
However, for the development of early-warning systems and risk mitigation strategies the short-term predictability of extremes is of great importance.
wants Russia's behaviour to become more transparent and predictable." He warns concludes that such predictability could prevent misunderstandings, escalation and new crises.