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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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Measurements were made of the bizygomatic arch (AZ) and the bigonial arch (AG), following the methodology of Gabarre-Mir et al.
The inverted tooth form was classified as square, tapering or ovoid according to the outline form.8 If the bitemporal, bizygomatic and bimandibular distances were found equal the face form was labeled squarish.
All cranial dimensions except anteroposterior dimension, cranial height and bizygomatic breadth showed significant decrease in speech and hearing impaired children in the age group of 5-10 years.
(38) In the Amazonian population, this is expressed in a greater bizygomatic width which makes the face look wider and shorter (euriprosope).
Morphologic trait N = 118[dagger] N = 118[double dagger] Thigh length -0.161 -0.106 Leg length -0.166 -0.142 Upper arm length -0.208(*) -0.062 Forearm length -0.207(*) -0.059 Biiliocristal diameter -0.156 -0.143 Bitrochanteric diameter -0.134 -0.086 Transverse chest diameter -0.222(*) -0.031 Chest depth -0.123 -0.157 Biacromial diameter -0.186(*) -0.106 Head length -0.135 -0.103 Head breadth -0.027 -0.007 Chest circumference -0.150 -0.107 Upper arm circumference -0.120 -0.091 Calf circumference -0.205(*) -0.114 Biocular breadth -0.212(*) -0.235(*) Bizygomatic breadth -0.142 -0.097 Bigonial breadth -0.140 -0.089 Upper face height -0.157 -0.056 Trunk length -0.154 -0.101 Crown-rump length -0.156 -0.112 * Indicates significant at P [less than] 0.05 without sequential Bonferroni.
Key Words: Bizygomatic, mouth, philtrum, interalar, intercanine, central incisors.
Even though, various studies have recorded changes in craniofacial shape that occur throughout life, as well as changes in the size of various craniofacial measurements, including head length, width, and circumference, bizygomatic breadth, and anterior face height, the estimation of stature from craniofacial dimensions is without doubt important in forensic cases.
The relationship between the width of the mouth, interalar width, bizygomatic width and interpupillary distance in edentulous patients.
In addition, the facial biotype is modeled through the bite force variables, bizygomatic distance (Zr-Zl), face height (N-Ng) and transverse distances of the arcs.