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Projection

The use of econometric models to forecast the future performance of a company, country, or other financial entity using historical and current information.

Projection

The use of certain data to predict future market movements, economic trends, and other things. Various methods exist for making projections; experts differ on which ones, if any, work. See also: Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis, Random Walk Theory.

projection

A forecast of future trends in a business,based on past experiences or on other currently available data. A projection that senior housing needs will increase at 12 percent per year for the next 5 years may form the basis for a pro forma profit and loss statement for development of a retirement community.

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Definition 1 The drive dynamical networks (1) and response dynamical networks (2) is said to achieve hybrid generalized function projective delay synchronization if there exists a diagonal matrix P = diag([P.sub.1], [P.sub.2], ..., [P.sub.n]), P [member of] [R.sup.nxn] and Q is n x 1 order constant matrix such that
To interpret the aspect of art therapy in projective drawing methods, careful examination of form and content of the drawing is important (Kato & Morita, 2009).
In this paper, DPL was introduced to palmprint recognition and a new projective dictionary pair learning model based on P-LHMLBP was proposed.
These noted trends in education have subsequently led to diminished emphasis on projective techniques in academic and internship settings (Hunt & Wisocki, 2008; Ready & Veague, 2014; Stedman et al., 2013).
The projective invariant [30] is a means to evaluate the geometrical invariability between images.
For introduction of such characteristics we use a number of concepts of projective geometry [7, 8], applied in the electric circuit theory [9, 10].
It is useful to identify the projective space PV with the affine subspace aff ([DELTA]) with a projective hyperplane added at infinity.
Extremal Fullerenes on the Sphere and the Projective Plane
A network with m communities is said to realize cluster projective synchronization if
(ii) Every planar signed bipartite graph of unbalanced girth at least 2k admits a homomorphism to the signed projective cube of dimension 2k - 1.
Projective instruments allow a child to answer, at least initially, in terms of some other child.
The concept of projective identification, first developed by Melanie Klein in the 1940's, is one that has captured the imagination of its adherents and attracted the scorn of its critics.