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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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Predictors of extubation readiness reportedly used in clinical practice by at least 90% of the 164 respondents were respiratory rate (160 [98] [95 to 100]), effective cough (154 [94] [90 to 98]), GCS (151 [92] [88 to 96]) and PEEP setting (147 [90] [85 to 94]).
The shift register is clocked using the BRANCH signal, which is asserted each time the branch associated with this predictor is fetched.
In the original analyses, the initial set of predictors did not significantly predict the verbal friendliness difference score.
The codec module is responsible for performing the compression and decompression of data contained in different files, by making use of the results obtained after running the predictor module over data chunks.
Tech team lead Nikhil says, "This is the first time we have launched CAT Percentile Predictor, and we are very excited about it.
(2016) reported much lower estimates (0.59 to 0.76 R2) in simple linear regression model for different cross-breed dairy cattle genotypes in Western Kenya with the only predictor (hearth girth).
Delta Modulation with a Switched Predictor and an Adaptive Three-Level Quantizer
(2) The built-in variable importance evaluation process and the OOB samples in the RF made predictor selection convenient.
We now derive the optimal predictor for the signal power of received packets and we subsequently map this prediction to the Packet Reception Probability (PRP).
For the linear predictor, the predicted value [[??].sub.n.] is calculated as a linear combination of the previously quantized reconstructed samples [y.sub.n-i.] The functioning of the k -th order linear predictor is described with the following equation
are also among the Oscar voters, is the best predictor of the screenplay awards.
Predictor Variable The coefficient Correlation of determination coefficient ([R.sup.2]) Perceived quality 0.504 0.550 Predictor Variable t-statistics Path Coefficient ([beta]) Perceived quality 4.240 ** 0.405 Based on the t statistics of perceived quality is at the 99 percent of confidence level and has significant impact on customer trust, so the hypothesis 1-3 is confirmed.