short-term predictor

short-term predictor

[‚shȯrt ‚tərm prə′dik·tər]
(communications)
An electric filter that removes redundancies in a signal associated with short-term correlations so that information can be transmitted more efficiently.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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What is more helpful, however, to us as marketers and communicators (and persuaders) is the use of research not as a short-term predictor but as a way to learn more about prevailing or "trending" attitudes, motivations and ultimate behavior.
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The monthly index is a short-term predictor of the Oregon economy.
The monthly index tracks eight economic indictors and is a short-term predictor of the state's economy.
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