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Autoregressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity

A statistical measure of the average error between a best fit line and actual data that uses past data to predict future performance. General Autoaggressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity is the most common way of doing this. See also: Fractal Distribution.
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The court further noted that after spending most of the appraisal focused on a standard comparative sales analysis, the ARCUS appraiser completely abandoned that methodology for an "unconventional and arbitrary appraisal approach" that he called the "alternative land valuation" (ALV) method, and he used unadjusted comparables in the ALV.
This year, the Arcus Foundation has co-sponsored Great Apes Giving Day with the American Anti-Vivisection Society and Maria Norbury Foundation.
I didn't want to do that," said Arcus, pointing to the amount of time that would take away from building his future in real estate.
Trained nurses or medical laboratory technicians determined the presence of xanthelasmata and arcus corneae.
Ankle brachial index, a drop in blood pressure in the legs that predicts severe atherosclerosis, was determined in the 20012003 examination of the Copenhagen City Heart Study in 2,773 participants, who had also participated in the baseline examination and had complete information on all relevant variables, including xanthelasmata and arcus corneae.
David Richardson, chairman of Forth Ports, said: "The Arcus offer gives Forth Ports shareholders the opportunity to realise their investment for cash at a fair price.
And if the Arcus 98DA I tested is indicative of all Arcus 98 pistols, then the company's expertise has resulted in a rarity--a reliable and inexpensive double-action semiauto.
Thoracic MR imaging revealed external compression of the trachea from a right sided arcus aorta (Figure 3).
Coming in a NEMA 17 package, Arcus Technology's DMX-J-SA stepper motor/driver/controller integrates a built-in USB 2.
Arcus + Spheroid XS 002, 2007, stands out from the dense hanging of fifty small paintings on board and seventeen framed drawings that serves as the show's centerpiece; against a navy blue background, complex conglomerates of knitted lines and concentric ellipses are overlapped in copper and black layers to create a paradoxical union of the rational and the baroque.
The Arcus Blade was developed to cut smooth edged circles or arcs in wood, plastic, composite decking or fiberglass with one pass of a circular saw.
Outside of that and some minor cosmetic refinements, the Arcus has been made by the Bulgarian company with the same name since 1994.