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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of underpredict.

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Examples

  • “It underpredicts college success for females and those whose best language is not English, and over all, it does not predict college success as well as high school grades, so why do we need the SAT, old or new?”. . .

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • As a result, statistical default model fitted in a low securitization period breaks down in the high securitization period in a systematic manner: it underpredicts defaults for borrowers for whom soft information is more valuable (i.e., borrowers with low documentation, low FICO scores and high loan-to-value ratios).

    Alea

  • The SAT-M underpredicts girls’ college math performance relative to boys’.15 Simply put, when the SAT-M scores of boys and girls are matched, girls go on to earn higher grades in university-level math classes than their male counterparts.

    Choke

  • ... as a result, statistical default model fitted in a low securitization period breaks down in the high securitization period in a systematic manner: it underpredicts defaults for borrowers for whom soft information is more valuable (i.e., borrowers with low documentation, low FICO scores and high loan-to-value ratios).

    Dealbreaker

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