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- n. A person who estimates, especially one who estimates costs
- n. A function of a random sample of a population used to estimate some parameter of the whole population
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who estimates or values; a valuer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who estimates or judges.
- n. A weighing-scale adapted to the estimating of the quantity of material in a gross (or other number) of articles by weighing a single article.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines)
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Law Number VIII: The most unsuccessful four years in the education of a cost-estimator is fifth grade arithmetic.
However, as far as I can see, the estimator is the ordinal LS estimator, which indeed is optimal under various criteria.
Ask if your company has this kind of estimator and make sure you take advantage of flexible spending accounts.
Now, in vS04 estimator which is ICE, calibration period data is used to obtain estimates of and sigmas.
That includes an "estimator" to determine how many and which packets to transmit and when to send them, resulting in higher throughput.
In this paper, we prefer to use a maximum likelihood estimator, which is considered the most reliable of usual estimators (see
"estimator" surrogates (say, a set of butterfly species) for "true" surrogates (say, the use of species as the basis for assessing complementarity of places).
More technically, we have estimated a statistical model using the ordered logit estimator with the following controls: age, gender, living in the South, education, marital status, having children, ethnicity (Latino), and race (African American).
The estimator is ordered or binary logistic regression, depending on the dependent variable.
For our estimator tool, we used IRA's public data "Shadow" CAMELS methodology we developed in 2009 as part of a contract to support the Securities and Exchange Commission to set up our Risk Category analysis.
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