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Projection

The use of econometric models to forecast the future performance of a company, country, or other financial entity using historical and current information.

Projection

The use of certain data to predict future market movements, economic trends, and other things. Various methods exist for making projections; experts differ on which ones, if any, work. See also: Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis, Random Walk Theory.

projection

A forecast of future trends in a business,based on past experiences or on other currently available data. A projection that senior housing needs will increase at 12 percent per year for the next 5 years may form the basis for a pro forma profit and loss statement for development of a retirement community.

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It is useful to identify the projective space PV with the affine subspace aff ([DELTA]) with a projective hyperplane added at infinity.
To expand their cooperation on touch panels, the two firms has decided to set up the joint venture to produce projective capacitive touch panels, in a bid to jointly explore the rapidly growing market for touch-panel applications.
In section 3, the scheme of full state hybrid projective synchronization(FSHPS) is given.
Projective identification is more complex and is not generally reached through the Clearing Process (Zimberoff & Hartman, 2001), as the person being triggered is the recipient of the projection, while the source of the projection--the projector--uses the defense to ward off identification with the projected feelings.
G] of stable principal G-bundles over a smooth projective variety X of dimension n, defined over an algebraically closed field k of characteristic 0, and we shall describe a natural procedure which leads to the construction of closed differential forms on [M.
g: briefly) and projective [resp: a generator, a progenerator] if and only if [M.
The Extracurricular Activity Projective Reconstruction series of videos arose from my desire to fill in the blanks in Educational Complex, 1995 (an architectural model made up of every school I have ever attended), with some kind of action.
Compared with projective tests, objective tests are more independent of contemporary psychological theory; are relatively brief; are frequently self-administered, require less professional training to administer, score, and interpret; have reproducible and generally acceptable norms for psychiatric and forensic populations; and are more acceptable to the court system.
Unlike questionnaires, which are more fashionable these days,' she says, "people bring stuff from their guts to the Rorschach test because of its projective nature.
Coverage of the Real Projective Plane in chapter 11 has been re-written to be more clear to students.
The new multi-display utilizes Projective Capacitive Touch (PCT) technology and is powered by a Texas Instrument s (TI) Sitara ARM Cortex-A8 Microprocessor.