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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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'The weather is expected to get better by the second week of Ramazan with some northern areas also predicted to receive rain,' he said.
It predicted 68 seats for the BJP, again with a plus-minus of 12 and gave eight to others.
Cardiff's promotion rivals including Fulham and Aston Villa both finished in the top four as predicted, while Wolves - who finished top of the table and sealed promotion to the Premier League last month - were tipped to finish in sixth position.
However, temperatures are predicted to drop on Friday, approaching four degrees below seasonal average with partly cloudy skies and a chance of sporadic light rains.
This part of the analysis gives the Australian dollar values to actual inpatient hours (total hospital direct care nursing costs), propriety system predicted hours, and NPR predicted hours.
Both head of sport Kevin Dinsdale and former United captain Bob Moncur predicted a draw.
The letter grades corresponding to the predicted performance and actual performance were classified into four groups and analyzed using a cross-classification table (contingency table).
IMF has also predicted that Iran's inflation will be single digit in 2010 for the first time during the last decade.
"I predicted that I would do a film based in the Thirties with Judi Dench.
This study assesses the performance of the Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation (APACHE) II predicted mortality measured at the time of ICU readmission and whether incorporating information prior to the readmission will improve its performance to predict hospital mortality of patients readmitted to ICU during the same hospitalisation.
The researchers used the Framingham score to calculate the predicted 1- and 4-year risk of a CVD event.

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