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predict

(pri-dikt′) [L. praedicere, to foretell]
To declare what will happen; foretell. In clinical observations, it is to make an educated estimate about the natural history of a disease or its prognosis.
predictable (-dikt′ă-bĕl), adjectivepredictive (-dik′tiv)
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For this, Table 2 presents the means and confidence intervals for a "learned predictiveness index (LPI)" of the different groups involved in each experiment.
For this group, the KS from the FRB base model (.643) is higher than the KS from the re-estimated scores (.629), a statistically significant difference (p=.015) that implies including authorized-user accounts enhances the predictiveness of credit scoring models for people with thin files.
Additionally, for subpopulations with no credit blemishes, a slight reversal in the predictiveness of the characteristic was observed with a sixty- and ninety-day window.
Model predictiveness ranged from weak ([R.sup.2] = 0.10) to high ([R.sup.2] = 0.83) depending on the cohort, the compound, the sample used to simulate children's blood levels, and the age of the child when blood was collected for measurement.
To specify if the relationships between aggression and communication skills, problem-solving skills and academic achievement differ according to developmental periods, predictiveness of these variables on aggression might be examined cross-sectionally.
The focus of this research study seeks to explore the predictiveness of learning approaches and epistemological beliefs on students' self-regulatory processes.
Situational judgment tests and their predictiveness of college students' success: The influence of faking.
The tables show class predictiveness and class predictability scores which are the deciding factors for class membership.
(2002), who found predictiveness using an implicit priming attitude measure.
"Situational Judgment Tests and Their Predictiveness of College Students' Success: The Influence of Faking." Educational and Psychological Measurement 65(1): 70-89.
A review of the literature of models predicting fat and fruit consumption revealed a generally low predictiveness ([R.sup.2] < 0.3; or 30% of behaviour could be predicted).
Fortunately, such an epistemological blind alley can be avoided by linking purpose to predictiveness. All war games have explicit purposes, and rarely are these purposes so holistic as to demand unsparing investment in fidelity.