- v. present participle of estimate.
“Their work has been stellar, particularly in estimating costs of tunnels here in the PNW and in Boston.”
“The problems of inflation are misallocation, inefficient taxation, and difficulties in estimating real profits.”
“Currently, most virtual world developers do not publish data on the money supply and so I developed a method in estimating it.”
“They find that a community ranking exercise basically does at least as well as an objective alternative in estimating consumption (until people get tired of the exercise), but that villagers value other non-consumption factors in determining who is poor.”
“In addition to the very real difficulty in estimating the number of people who might have died, there is also the problem of, if you will, quality control.”
“And, quote, "There is no indication that the scientist had expertise in estimating deep-sea flow velocity from video data or that he used an established or peer-reviewed methodology.”
“If you require me to account for their cost in estimating my return then all investments will have zero return by definition.”
“Crowd estimating is an inexact science that dates back to the 1960s, according to Steve Doig, a professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.”
“We didn't come even close in estimating how much post-flight engineering hours and the number of people involved in doing limit testing, number-crunching simulations, etc.”
“Our great mistake in estimating the cost of reusability for the SRM/SRB and Orbiter was to neglect the safety requirement of post-flight analysis of the retrieved hardware.”
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