forecasting

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} tahmin et

Tom, hava durumunu tahmin etmede oldukça iyi bir iş çıkarıyor. - Tom does a pretty good job of forecasting the weather.

Peygamberler yüzyıllar boyunca dünyanın sonunu önceden tahmin etmiştir. - Prophets have been forecasting the end of the world for centuries.

{i} tahmin

Peygamberler yüzyıllar boyunca dünyanın sonunu önceden tahmin etmiştir. - Prophets have been forecasting the end of the world for centuries.

Onlar bugün için yağmur tahmin ediyorlardı. - They were forecasting rain for today.

tahmin ederek
(Askeri) KESTİRİM
kestirmek
tahmin yapma
(Askeri) kestirim
forecast
tahmin etmek
forecast
tahmin

Hava tahmini göre tayfunun sahile yaklaşması muhtemeldir. - According to the weather forecast, the typhoon is likely to approach the coast.

Yarın hava tahminine göre kar yağacak. - It will snow tomorrow according to the weather forecast.

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önceden tahmin etmek
forecast
(isim) tahmin
employment forecasting
istihdam tahmini
exploratory forecasting
(Askeri) uygulamaya giden kestirim
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(Politika, Siyaset) beklenti

Bu işte beklentileri karşılayamayacağını tahmin etmiştim. - I forecasted that you couldn't cut the mustard in this job.

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(Ticaret) öntahmin
forecast
(Ticaret) öngörü
forecast
(Bahis) sırasız ikili
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önceden planlamak
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kestirmek
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öngörüde bulunmak
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(Askeri) ön tahmin
forecast
tahmin etme
forecast
tahmin yürütme
forecast
{f} tahmin et

Bazı hava tahmincileri bir kasırgayı tahmin etti. - Some weather forecasters predicted a hurricane.

Peygamberler yüzyıllar boyunca dünyanın sonunu önceden tahmin etmiştir. - Prophets have been forecasting the end of the world for centuries.

forecast
{i} kestirim
forecast
{f} tasarlamak
weather forecasting
hava tahmini
exploratory forecasting
(Askeri) TEORİK, UYGULAMAYA GİDEN KESTİRİM
forecast
hava tahmini

Hava tahmini göre tayfunun sahile yaklaşması muhtemeldir. - According to the weather forecast, the typhoon is likely to approach the coast.

Hava tahmini göre, yarın yağmur yağacak. - According to the weather forecast, it will rain tomorrow.

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{f} (fore.cast/--ed) önceden tahmin etmek
forecast
{i} tahmi

Yarın hava tahminine göre kar yağacak. - It will snow tomorrow according to the weather forecast.

Hava tahminine göre, tayfun Okinawa'ya yaklaşıyor. - According to the weather forecast, the typhoon is approaching Okinawa.

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belirtisi olmak
forecast
(Askeri) ÖN KESTİRMEK, ÖN TAHMİN
meteorological forecasting office
(Askeri) METEOROLOJİ TAHMİN İSTASYONU: Bak. "weather forcast"
normative forecasting
(Askeri) UYGULAMADAN GELEN, UYGULAMALI KESTİRİM
normative forecasting
(Askeri) uygulamadan gelen
normative forecasting
(Askeri) uygulamalı kestirim
precipitation forecasting
(Askeri) yağış tahmini
stock price forecasting
stok fiyat tahmini
storm surge forecasting
(Askeri) fırtına kabarması tahmini
subjective forecasting
(Meteoroloji) subjektif tahmin
technical forecasting
(Ticaret) teknik tahmin yöntemi
technological forecasting
(Askeri) TEKNOLOJİK KESTİRİM
tourism demand forecasting
(Turizm) turizmde talep tahmini
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The process whereby the value of some variable at some future time is estimated Forecasting is one of the primary objectives of science The new long-lead forecast system puts seasonal forecasting on firm statistical and dynamical bases through the objective use of the CCA, OCN and CMF tools
the act of using some defined method of projecting the future value(s) of a data series
The process of making projections about future performance based on existing data
The process of estimating or calculating electricity load or resource production at some point in the future
a statement made about the future
The calculation of reasonable probabilities about a business' financial future
{i} predicting in advance, foreseeing
The art of estimating future demand by anticipating what buyers are likely to do under a given set of conditions
A prediction of future requirements
normally higher level than the budget, performed more frequently and often extends past one year, normally involves less input sources Additional IMPACT capabilities that are used for both forecasting and budgeting
Making projections about future performance on the basis of historical and current conditions data
Assessing the magnitude which a quantity will assume at some future point in time, as distinct from ''estimation,'' which attempts to assess the magnitude of an already existent quantity
is a tool for molding the future and as a dynamic, interactive process Forecasts do not assert what the future shall be; rather they attempt to glean what it might be and what opportunities for shaping it might offer them Forecasts may be qualitative or quantitative Back to Contents
A unique approach to planning, using scenarios, interesting use of information Simply using new forecasting software is not interesting, unless it is used in a nontypical way (Process)
normally higher level then the budget, performed more frequently and often extends past one year, normally involves less input sources Additional IMPACT capabilities that are used for both forecasting and budgeting
Predicting weather before it takes place
Predicting sales and use of products so the correct amounts can be obtained
An estimate of future events based on present knowledge, facts, theory, and judgment Numerous real estate associations and organizations are constantly forecasting what lies ahead for their particular membership
The method of predicting values via regression, and usually referred to as regression Forecasting is one of the two methods by which data mining makes predictions; the other is classification The distinction between the two is that forecasting predicts values within a series, whereas classification predicts membership in sets
Predicting current and future market trends using existing data and facts Analysts rely on technical and fundamental statistics to predict the directions of the economy, stock market and individual securities
A process that involves predicting an MCO's incoming and outgoing cash flows--primarily revenues and expenses--and predicting the values of its assets, liabilities, and capital or capital and surplus
present participle of forecast
Predicting what is likely to happen in the future, the intensity of the anticipated event, its importance to the firm, and the pace or time frame in which it may occur
Prediction of conditions expected to occur in the near future, up to about two days ahead
Predicting sales and use of products so the correct amounts can be obtained in advance
forecasting methods
statistical tools that are used to predict results in uncertain circumstances
focus forecasting
(Ticaret) A forecast technique that tests the performance of a variety of forecast models and suggests the best fit for a given set of products and demand parameters
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An estimation of a future condition
weather forecasting
The science of using meteorology to predict future weather
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to predict
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{i} prediction of a future event or condition (i.e. weather)
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{f} predict a future event or condition, foretell
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{n} contrivance beforehand, forefight
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{v} to scheme or plan before hand, to foresee
economic forecasting
Prediction of future economic activity and developments. Economic forecasts, which range from a few weeks to many years, are widely used in business and government to help formulate policy and strategy. Macroeconomic forecasts predict the course of the aggregate economy and concentrate on variables such as interest rates, the rate of inflation, and the rate of unemployment. Forecasts of private consumption and investment, government expenditures, and net exports help government policymakers responsible for fiscal policy. For example, part of the justification for a change in taxes is a forecast of its economic effects. Microeconomic forecasts are designed to project the effects of change at the level of an industry or a firm. Most microeconomic forecasts begin with assumptions about the aggregate economy before focusing on the projected effects in the specific sector that is of interest. Manufacturers and retailers use such forecasts to formulate business plans such as those involving inventory, production levels, or hiring
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Prospective FINANCIAL STATEMENTS that are an entity's expected financial position, results of operations, and cash flows
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If you forecast future events, you say what you think is going to happen in the future. They forecast a humiliating defeat for the Prime Minister He forecasts that average salary increases will remain around 4 per cent. see also weather forecast. a description of what is likely to happen in the future, based on the information that you have now prediction. forecast forecasted to make a statement saying what is likely to happen in the future, based on the information that you have now = predict
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extrapolates from present information very specifically with reference to a short time frame It predicts what may occur but does not change or impact on social changes
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To estimate how a condition will be in the future
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Foresight of consequences, and provision against them; prevision; premeditation
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a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
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A projection or prediction of future values of a time series
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predict in advance
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A definite statement or statistical estimate of expected future occurrences
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An estimate of future events A forecast can be determined by mathematical means using historical data; it can be created subjectively by using estimates from authoritative sources; or it can represent a combination of both techniques
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A prediction of the weather
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Future-oriented financial information prepared using assumptions all of which reflect the entity's planned courses of action for the period covered given management's judgment as to the most probable set of economic conditions
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Previous contrivance or determination; predetermination
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An estimate, based on assumptions about future trends in births, deaths and migration, or of a demographic characteristic such as population or number of households Forecasts and projections are terms that are often used interchangeably
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A forecast is a statement of what is expected to happen in the future, especially in relation to a particular event or situation. a forecast of a 2.25 per cent growth in the economy He delivered his election forecast The weather forecast is better for today
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An estimation
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a statement or prediction of expected future weather conditions
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the act or product of an act of projecting the most probable future values of a data series
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To foresee; to calculate beforehand, so as to provide for
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To attempt to predict the circumstances of our lives according to the movement of the planets through a future configuration in our natal chart
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An estimate of the future demand A forecast can be determined by mathematical means using historical data and it can be created from informal techniques or both [APIC] A forecast is an extrapolation of the past into the future It is an objective computation involving data as opposed to an informal predication of changes and new factors influencing demand [CMSG]
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A statement about future trends, usually as a probability, made by examining and analyzing available information A forecast is also a prediction about how something will develop usually as a result of study and analysis of available pertinent data
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An estimate of future business as it relates to sales and profits
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An estimate of the future based on rational study and analysis of available pertinent data, as opposed to subjective prediction
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A statement of expected future occurrences Weather forecasting includes the use of objective models based on certain atmospheric parameters, along with the skill and experience of a meteorologist
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Predicted demand for electric power A forecast may be short term (e g , 15 minutes) for system operation purposes, long-term (e g , five to 20 years) for generation planning purposes, or for any range in between
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judge to be probable
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An estimation or calculation in advance; a prediction The amount of cargo expected to be booked for a certain sailing of a vessel The number of containers expected to be used in a certain area, for steering purposes
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A prediction of future conditions and occurrences based on the perceived functioning of a system A "forecast" differs from a projection, which is also a prediction of future conditions and occurrences, but a projection is based on an extrapolation (usually graphical) of past trends
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indicate by signs; "These signs bode bad news"
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-a forecast is an estimation of future demand Most forecasts use historical demand to calculate future demand Adjustments for seasonality and trend are often necessary
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An estimate of what might happen in the future It is not absolute and often has probabilities attached It is a "best guess"
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A forecast provides a description of the most significant weather conditions expected during the current and following days The exact content depends upon the intended user, such as the Public or Marine forecast audiences
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The forms forecast and forecasted can both be used for the past tense and past participle
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To contrive or plan beforehand
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The projection of future demand, normally to supply the independent portion of demand such as customer or interplant orders, based on past history and known market changes The prime driver for systems that manufacture items to stock, instead of to order
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{s} predicted, expected, anticipated
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To plan beforehand; to scheme; to project
technological forecasting
techniques for forecasting developments that aids in creating financial strategies, expectation for processes and trends in the development of production and marketing
weather forecasting
predicting the weather
weather forecasting
Prediction of the weather through application of the principles of physics and meteorology. Weather forecasting predicts atmospheric phenomena and changes on the Earth's surface caused by atmospheric conditions (snow and ice cover, storm tides, floods, etc.). Scientific weather forecasting relies on empirical and statistical techniques, such as measurements of temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, wind speed and direction, and precipitation, and computer-controlled mathematical models
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