The functioning of the k -th order linear predictor
is described with the following equation
The Critics Choice Award is a slightly better predictor
, at 44%, but it went for Wiz Khalifa's See You Again from Fast and Furious 7, which isn't nominated.
Table 7 reports the mean of the Task 4 revised predictions (P2) by treatment, gender of the predictor
, and gender of the target.
Previously published work has demonstrated that such predictor
thresholds may depend on the aetiology of respiratory failure (37), timing of measurement (38) or the method of weaning (39).
We compare with the bimodal predictor
because the bimodal predictor
is a branch predictor
cornerstone and allows us to establish the fundamental contribution of our SDFSM.
An original analysis for Experiment 1 examined whether the predictors
were related to differences in cooperation with the Black and White partners (i.
Modified Smith predictor
for unstable and integrating processes (Majhi & Atherton, 1998).
high school class rank, ACT scores, and college credit hours completed were entered as predictor
A regression analysis revealed that motivational beliefs and use of self-regulated learning strategies are significant predictors
of math standardized test scores beyond and above parents' active and reactive homework involvement and students' gender and ethnic differences.
DENVER -- Age and low hostility are independent predictors
of high blood pressure in women over a 10-year period, suggesting a link between certain personality traits and disease development, Jocelyne Leclerc reported in a poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society.
He presented new data showing that the use of nesiritide in patients with heart failure was not an independent predictor
of mortality, but that it may be associated with an increased risk of mortality among patients who develop acute renal failure (ARF) after administration of neseritide.
Finally, the authors point out that although TWA and IBL are associated with peripheral nerve damage, bone lead--another measure of chronic exposure--is a weak predictor
of lead effects in the nervous system because it reflects only that lead stored in the bone compartment and not necessarily the cumulative blood lead to which peripheral nerves were exposed.