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{i} tahmin
(Bilgisayar) önkestirim
(Biyokimya) vargı
(Tıp) estimasyon
{i} saygı
{i} görüş
{i} keşif
{i} (birisi hakkındaki) fikir, düşünce: in my estimation benim gözümde, bana göre, bence
{i} itibar
{i} paha biçme
{i} fikir
{i} değerlendirme
(Tıp) Ölçme, tain etmek, hesaplamak
tahmin yapma
estimation error
kestirim hatasi
estimation model
tahmin modeli
estimation of revenue
(Ticaret) gelir tahmini
estimation size
(Politika, Siyaset) tahmin büyüklüğü
parameter estimation
parametre tahmini
confidence interval estimation
güven aralık kestirimi
least squares estimation
en küçük kareler kestirimi
interval estimation
aralık tahmini
point estimation
tek değerli tahmin
power estimation
(İstatistik) İstatistiksel güç tahmini
Bayes estimation
Bayes kestirimi
collateral damage estimation
(Askeri) tamamlayıcı hasar tahmini
damage estimation
(Askeri) HASAR TAHMİNİ: Bir taarruzun muhtemel etkileri hakkında ön değerlendirme. Bknz. "attach assessment"
damage estimation
(Askeri) Hasar analizi
error of estimation
kestirim hatasi
hold in estimation
saygı göstermek
hold in high estimation
büyük saygı göstermek
in my estimation
in my estimation
in my estimation
interval estimation
aralık kestirimi
maximum likelihood estimation
en buyuk olabilirlik kestirimi
menace estimation activities
(Havacılık) tehdit tahmin çalışması
parameter estimation
parametre kestirimi
post strike damage estimation
(Askeri) TAARRUZ SONRASI HASAR TAHMİNİ: Doğrudan değerlendirmeden başka vasıtalarla elde edilen fiili silah etkisi, patlama yüksekliği ve yer sıfır noktası gibi yeni bilgilere dayanan gözden geçirilmiş bir hedef analizi
range estimation
(Askeri) Mesafe tahmini
range estimation
(Askeri) MESAFE TAHMİNİ: Bir hedefe veya herhangi bir cisme olan mesafenin telemetre veya başka bir alet kullanmadan gözle tahmini
reading by estimation
tahmini okuma
statistical parameter estimation
istatistiksel parametre kestirimi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The process of making an estimate
The amount, extent, position, size, or value reached in an estimate
Esteem or favourable regard
Process to evaluate the worth in money of an asset/product
{n} valuing, esteem, honor, opinion
Favorable opinion; esteem; regard; honor
Your estimation of a person or situation is the opinion or impression that you have formed about them. He has gone down considerably in my estimation
probable calculation or valuation
(Statistical sampling meaning) The description of certain numerical characteristics of a population; the main method of inference used in sample surveys
An estimation is an approximate calculation of a quantity or value. estimations of pre-tax profits of £12.25 million. = estimate. In mathematics, use of a function or formula to derive a solution or make a prediction. Unlike approximation, it has precise connotations. In statistics, for example, it connotes the careful selection and testing of a function called an estimator. In calculus, it usually refers to an initial guess for a solution to an equation, which is gradually refined by a process that generates closer estimates. The difference between the estimate and the exact value is the error
a document appraising the value of something (as for insurance or taxation)
using sample data to make an inference about a population
An experimenter measures the response of each of a set of plots assigned various treatments A statistical model assumes a certain form for this response, depending on the treatment and nuisance factors The purpose of the experiment is to estimate the parameters associated with the treatment factors It is important that estimators should be functions of the data only!
Estimation is the process by which sample data are used to indicate the value of an unknown quantity in a population Results of estimation can be expressed as a single value, known as a point estimate; or a range of values, known as a confidence interval
The process of using a sample to estimate features of a population Using a sample statistic, such as the sample mean, to obtain a best estimate of a population parameter (the population mean) is called point estimation This is distinguished from interval estimation, in which an interval or range of values is provided for the measure of interest
an approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth; "an estimate of what it would cost"; "a rough idea how long it would take"
Estimation allows the project manager to plan for the resources required for project execution through establishing the number and size of tasks that need to be completed in the project
An opinion or judgment of the worth, extent, or quantity of anything, formed without using precise data; valuation; as, estimations of distance, magnitude, amount, or moral qualities
a judgment of the qualities of something or somebody; "many factors are involved in any estimate of human life"; "in my estimation the boy is innocent"
{i} assessment, judgment, opinion
Estimation is the cheapest and least accurate form of modelling This is where an educated guess is taken as to the performance of a specific scenario
Using data to make an educated guess about the magnitude of a population or probability model parameter
Supposition; conjecture
Estimation is concerned with inference about the numerical value of unknown population values from incomplete data, such as a sample If a single figure is calculated for each unknown parameter, the process is called point estimation If an interval is calculated within which the parameter is likely, in some sense, to lie, the process is called interval estimation
the respect with which a person is held; "they had a high estimation of his ability"
The act of estimating
An estimation
plural of estimation
interval estimation
statistical method for calculating the value of a parameter
range estimation
assessment of range, approximation of distance