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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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In this paper, robustness probability estimation method is proposed and verified for the commonly used first-order and second-order predictor.
Son of Saul is the only foreign language nominee with wins at other awards season ceremonies, it also won the Golden Globe, a predictor 50% of the time.
The predictor is able to confirm histologic diagnosis in routinely collected paraffin samples of patients' tumours, as well as to complement and support pathologists' findings, the University of North Carolina said in a statement on Tuesday.
Table 4 reports the mean of Task 3 initial predictions (PI) by treatment, gender of the predictor, and gender of the target.
Housing Predictor also regularly surveys visitors on real estate related issues and keeps visitors up to date on mortgage rates.
Only three participants identified presence of tracheal secretions as a useful predictor of readiness to commence weaning.
Section 3 and Section 4 present our simulation methodology setup and branch predictor analysis, respectively.
The corrected results for verbal friendliness present only a slightly altered picture from the original report: Though the overall model lost significance in the corrected analyses, the PAAQ Pro-Black subscale remained a significant individual predictor of verbal friendliness toward the Black partner.
The investigators then looked for novel predictors, including biomarkers.
Naturally, some of drawbacks have been eliminated by improving the idea and creating many modifications of Smith predictor (Watanabe & Ito, 1981); (Astrom et al.
Predictor has been designed to produce results compliant for these and a range of other national and international calculation standards.
ADMET Predictor is reportedly able to predict up to 80 properties of a molecule based on only the molecular structure of the molecule.