predicted difference


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predicted difference

predicting the improvement in production of the offspring as compared with that of the dam's which will result with the use of a particular sire. The estimate is based on the actual performance of the male in this regard, as measured on a sample of his offspring.
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In these Figures we show the polymer density profiles and predicted difference scattering for our "best" model and for a mean-field model developed by Milner, Witten, and Cates (34, 35) (which we will denote as the MWC theory).
The predicted difference scattering for the MWC theory is shown along with that of our "best" model in Fig.
Our analyses indicated that differences in the trajectories of these four groups predicted differences in the probability of high school graduation and adulthood economic status.
He predicted differences would crop up among new house members, sooner or later.
The initial results predicted differences in appreciation rates with remarkable prescience.
Lowe (1994) found the predicted differences, except in one dimension -- uncertainty avoidance.
Hypothesis 1 predicted differences between types of organizations, with highest self/subordinate agreement expected in the military units.
The decomposition analysis was based on predicted differences in numbers of limitations in different disability measures over a 14-year period, 1996-2010.