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extrapolate

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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Mei, "Equilibrium stability of a nonlinear heterogeneous duopoly game with extrapolative foresight," Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, vol.
Imagining a stationary state of the common law is useful for extrapolative and speculative purposes.
Application of similar studies in other market areas is essential to improve the extrapolative reliability of any proximity study results.
Because of the cross-sectional design, this study had a limited extrapolative value.
In order to explore the dynamics of ([f.sub.it],[f.sup.*.sub.it]), this paper establishes the extrapolative expectations [f.sub.t+1] under financial instability:
Such results confirm the long-established fact that projections, created from extrapolative models in this case, tend to be accurate when population trends are on a 'business as usual' setting.
(31) See Nicholas Barberis et al., X-CAPM: An Extrapolative Capital Asset Pricing Model 3 (Nat'l Bureau of Econ.
Additional the Bayesian kriging extrapolative distribution within model dependent frame function is recommended by[19].
(16) House prices are affected negatively in the long run by the user cost of capital (interest rates less extrapolative expectations of house price inflation).