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prediction

(pri-dik′shŏn)
1. An act of predicting.
2. Something predicted.
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One of the important variables in seasonal prediction is temperature, and Yang recently led a study that improves temperature predictions by including satellite snow data in climate models, providing hope for the enhancement of seasonal climate predictions.
To help CIOs and IT executives successfully lead their organizations through accelerating digital transformation, International Data Corporation (IDC) has unveiled IDC FutureScape: Worldwide CIO Agenda 2017 Predictions.
Nothing gives me more grief on Twitter, or on the Six-0-Six radio phone-in lines, than my predictions for a Premier League season.
One of important information resources in capital market is information and predictions made by the companies' managers for market.
At the start of each year we always read and hear about predictions and forecasts from pundits and analysts, such as "The 10 Marketing Predictions for 2015" or "Economic Forecasts for 2015" or "Top Technology Predictions for 2015".
Relating the Uncertainty of Short-Term Wind Speed Predictions to Meteorological Situations with Methods from Synoptic Climatology," in Proceedings of the European Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition, 2003.
MARKET RESEARCH AND CONSULTING firm IDC Retail Insights has released its annual list of predictions for the coming year, nearly all of which center on the rapid impact of omni-channel fulfillment on supply chains.
The initiative by the predictive analytics company Patterns and Predictions (patternsandpredic tions.
As clairvoyants make their predictions for 2007, they foresee no major earthquakes looming for Southern California.
predictions for performance on an exam) match actual performance (e.

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