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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.
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On the other hand, there are at least two crucial reasons preventing productivity of word-formation rules from becoming the only factor that determined the formation and the meaning predictability of new complex words.
In this section we describe the ways in which we measure the predictability of price formation processes.
During his meetings with businessmen, he noted that the most common issue raised was predictability of taxes.
There is a significant association between credit risk and predictability of short-term profit of banks listed in Tehran Stock Exchange.
This comparison showed the SDE estimate provided a better correspondence with the forecast spread than the estimate from traditional deterministic equations, suggesting that stochastic processes exert a significant control on the dynamics of extratropical tropospheric low-frequency variability and on its predictability.
1998) (hereafter DLS) examine the association between Value Line analysts' earnings forecasts and earnings predictability and find that as earnings become less predictable analysts' earnings forecasts become increasingly optimistic.
Either of these heuristics would result in choosing the least effective DA feature in at least one of the two environmental predictability conditions.
Predictability of characters and situations is important for the choice of materials.
A team's tendency to run or pass according to down and distance can be very revealing in determining a team's predictability.
A system is defined as chaotic when there is no predictability where it will be next.