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vb. to estimate an unknown (future) value by projecting from known (past) values (in TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS). This involves predicting a value for the
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That is, an asset that was originally $100,000 in the 39-year recovery period is replaced with four new assets based on the extrapolated percentages; one is $30,000 with a five-year recovery period; another is $10,000 with a 10-year recovery period; the third is $10,000 with a 15-year recovery period; and one is $50,000, remaining in the 39-year recovery period.
(2011) reported results only for the full working lifetime exposure scenario and the resulting extrapolated equivalent in vitro concentrations.
For the present year, copper processing has been extrapolated at 900,000 tonnes as the supply deficiency has kept enlarging in view of the increase in the demand for the product.
Extrapolated Accelerated Gauss-Seidal Methods, International Journal of Computer Mathematics Vol.20/21, Issue no.329,(1987)
Drawn from the author's ten years of research into archaeological, historical, and linguistic evidence of Etruscan civilization in Europe and the Near East, Mentors To The Romans: The Search for the Etruscans is an in-depth overview of what is known and what can be extrapolated about this ancient and mysterious civilization.
ALA officials said the survey results, if extrapolated from the libraries that responded, would amount to a total of around 600 formal inquiries since 2001.
And just as the community's triumphs and failings are extrapolated into a model for the challenges of idealism in general, its Copenhagen environs provide an opportunity for amiable pondering on the progress of European urban civilization as a whole.
[7], the storage lifetime was measured for different intervals of UCN energy, corresponding to different mean [gamma]-values, and the dependence [[tau].sub.st.sup.-1]([gamma]) was extrapolated to [gamma] [right arrow] 0.
What is taken as the surface charge is the apparently linear portion of the adsorption isotherm extrapolated to zero polymer concentration.
The Department of Commerce has extrapolated recent trends in outsourcing and estimated that service imports of legal work, computer programming, telecommunications, banking, engineering, and management consulting will rise rapidly from last year's level of about $17.4 billion to erase the country's trade surplus in services in just a few years.
To estimate a maximum height, the researchers extrapolated out to the height at which water could no longer be drawn upward.
In the US alone, it is estimated that more than 700,000 cases of severe sepsis, hypoperfusion or shock occur per year (Linde-Zwirble, 1999), which when extrapolated to a global population represents several million cases of severe sepsis annually worldwide.