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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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Zolzer, "Comparison of various predictors for audio extrapolation", 2013, URL: http://dafx13.nuim.ie/papers/42.dafx2013_submission_27.pdf, Available online: June 30, 2018
In the prediction of fattening final live weight (FFLW) as an output variable, several predictors (continuous variables) involved in the current study were: withers height (WH), back height (BH), front rump height (FRH), back rump height (BRH), body length (BL), back rump width (BRW), chest depth (CD) and chest circumference (CC).
The predictors of each station are screened using the ranks of relative importance, which were evaluated in previous step.
Given [X.sub.T] then the optimal predictor for [X.sub.T+[tau]] is [15] (p.
The proposed method for robustness estimation could be applied to prediction filter with higher order predictors, also.
On three out of five of these disagreement years, Bafta's Best Film, which predicts the Oscar 56% of the time, was the one that went on to win the Oscar, while the Screen Actor's Guild ensem-ble cast award, The Bafta for best animated feature is the best predictor of its respective Oscar of any of the major awards, right 89% of the time.
9)." A target stands up and the predictors predict the target's gamble choice.
While no parameter was used by all 164 survey respondents for clinical assessment of weaning readiness, four predictors were used by more than 90% of participants.
In this section, we analyze the exhaustive results presented in Section 4 and discuss comparative advantages and disadvantages of the 2-bit and SDFSM branch predictors considering aliasing interference, damping, adaptability, training time, and latency.
In the original analyses, the initial set of predictors was significant (p = .044); among the individual predictors, the IAT significantly predicted the difference score (p = .006).
In this analysis, NT-proBNP was the single most powerful predictor of outcome.
The relatively effective tool for compensation of time-delay term represents the classical Smith predictor which has been known to automation community since 1959 (Smith).