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[pri′dikt]
(meteorology)

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(simulation)
simulation, predictive analytics.

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(architecture)

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(audio, compression)
predictive audio compression.
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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.
07 billion lb in 2005 and are predicted to go up 7.
We modeled the trajectories of UCNs in a magnetic trap classically and predicted the trajectory of the neutron by integrating the laws of motion using a symplectic integration scheme.
The Phase 2 modifications resulted in additional predicted steam savings of 38,000 kg/h in summer and 58,700 kg/h in winter.
It is predicted that participants who have strong volunteer identities will be more receptive to organ donation information because it will provide an opportunity for them to act in accordance with their volunteer identities.
For six of the strongest El Nino events during that 148-year period, the model predicted as early as 2 years in advance when the warmer-than-average sea-surface temperatures would appear, says Kaplan.
In other relationships found in this study, Cyp1b1 was best predicted by the gene that codes for spleen tyrosine kinase, which participates in signaling leading to activation of the transcription factor NF-[kappa]B.
alpha] > 1 or [alpha] < 1 indicates that the cumulative case numbers grow faster or slower than predicted by the logistic growth model (4).
Satisfaction with the instructor positively predicted achievement in nutrition knowledge from pretest to posttest, while pretest nutrition knowledge was a negative predictor of achievement.
Predicted nominees: ``A Beautiful Mind,'' ``The Fellowship of the Ring,'' ``In the Bedroom,'' ``Black Hawk Down,'' ``Moulin Rouge''
retail sales of farm tractors and self-propelled combines are predicted to be down in 2001 from 2000, according to the recently released Equipment Manufacturers Institute's "2001 State of the Ag Industry Outlook.
la, the predicted temperature and velocity fields in the casting at 60% solidified are presented.