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Beside first-order predictors, the most common used predictors in DPCM systems are of the second-order.
So far he's picked up the Best Actor award at the four top predictors, the Screen Actors Guild, which is right 75% of the time, the Critic's Choice, 69%, the Bafta and the Golden Globe for dramatic performance, both right 56% of the time.
Ball, Eckel, and Heracleous (2010) use EG's procedures but instruct predictors to act as financial advisors and choose gambles for each of the targets.
The list of described predictors of weaning and extubation readiness was assembled by the authors through a multi-database search of electronic resources using the following keywords: 'weaning', 'weaning readiness', 'extubation' and 'extubation readiness'.
Despite their impressive simulation accuracy, to the best of our knowledge no commercial efforts have publicly announced incorporating such branch predictors because these branch predictors are commonly known to exhibit high prediction latency and long training periods with increased area and energy per prediction [13].
In the original analyses, the initial set of predictors did not significantly predict the verbal friendliness difference score.
After controlling for other outcome predictors, including UPCR and CRP, the researchers found that the adjusted annual risk of the composite end point in patients who were in the lowest tertile for NT-proBNP and had an undetectable TnT was 5%, climbing stepwise to 30% per year in those in the top tertile for NT-proBNP and a TnT greater than the median 0.
Naturally, some of drawbacks have been eliminated by improving the idea and creating many modifications of Smith predictor (Watanabe & Ito, 1981); (Astrom et al.
There appear to be different predictors of college G.
Specifically, parents' control of TV watching and limiting activity was positive predictors of math achievement.
The study not only compared the lifestyle intervention subjects with placebo subjects, but additionally analyzed the effect of each lifestyle change within the lifestyle intervention group--weight loss, a reduced fat diet, and regular exercise--to determine which was the best predictor of reduced diabetes risk.
Increased age and low hostility significantly predicted SBP among women, while high levels of self-deception were the only significant predictors of SBP and DBP over time among men.