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  • n. A prediction that is smaller that is the case


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  • Such systematic underprediction is the classic, technical definition of test bias.

    College Board vs. FairTest

  • Similarly, the underprediction of low-level and mid-level clouds presumably affects the magnitude of the radiative response to climate warming in the widespread regions of subsidence.

    The "First" Assessed Likely Range for Climate Sensitivity « Climate Audit

  • Each year the SAT misleads with an optimistic forecast of future male performance in college and an underprediction of the grades to be earned by women.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • Critics blame sophisticated test biases for this underprediction.

    Failing at FAIRNESS

  • EL, your cite as I read it says that the IEA projections are based on "business as usual" scenarios, not build potential, and that that is the explanation for their consistent underprediction of wind capacity.



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