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  • Technological innovations are key causal agents of surprise and disruption. These innovations, and the disruption they produce, have the potential to affect people and societies and therefore government policy, especially policy related to national security. Because the innovations can come from many sectors, they are difficult to predict and prepare for. The purpose of predicting technology is to minimize or eliminate this surprise.

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  • Statistics has evolved into a very important discipline that is applied in many fields. In the modern age of computing, both statistical methodology and its applications are expanding greatly. Among the many areas of application, we (Friis and Chernick) have direct experience in the use of statistical methods to military problems, space surveillance, experimental design, data validation, forecasting workloads, predicting the cost and duration of insurance claims, quality assurance, the design and analysis of clinical trials, and epidemiologic studies....

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  • The population is continuing firms in these time periods. Since we cannot distinguish organic from acquired growth, we study total growth. In order to relate to previous literature, we use employment and sales as growth indicators, yet in addition we introduce productivity and value added. 7 Productivity growth is defined as growth in value-added based labor productivity, which is the single most frequently used productivity statistic (OECD, 2001 p. 12).

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  • The adoption of software-defined test systems is the most significant trend among these industry- leading test engineering teams. Engineers are using software-defined test systems to achieve new levels of measurement performance and lower test costs. The quick return on investment from these benefits is contributing significantly to the mainstream adoption of the software-defined test system approach. Thousands of companies are building software-defined test systems based on NI software tools and the open, multivendor PXI hardware standard.

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  • Các tùy chọn mở rộng trong hộp thoại Define Forecast Chúng ta có thể tùy chọn thêm trong hộp thoại Define Forecast bằng cách nhấp chuột vào nút More nằm ngay sau hộp Name. Phần mở rộng này có 4 ngăn cung cấp thêm nhiều tùy chọn hữu ích:

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  • CHAPTER 5 Using Decision Variables T he first four chapters covered the basics of specifying Crystal Ball assumptions and analyzing Crystal Ball forecasts. This chapter covers the basics of defining and using Crystal Ball decision variables and its decision support tools, Decision Table and OptQuest. DEFINING DECISION VARIABLES Decision variables are spreadsheet cells in which the values are varied systematically rather than sampled randomly, as are assumptions.

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  • Many people find statistics challenging, but most statistics professors do not. As a result, it is sometimes hard for our professors and the authors of statistics textbooks to make statistics clear and practical for business students, managers, and executives. Business Statistics Demystified fills that gap. We begin slowly, introducing statistical concepts without mathematics.

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  • Consumer-price inflation in the EU is projected to remain relatively high in 2012 (2.7%), inter alia due to the impact of fiscal measures, but is expected to abate gradually over the forecast horizon, averaging 2.0% and 1.8% in 2013 and 2014 respectively (see Graph I.2). Pronounced cross-country divergences will remain a defining feature of the outlook. They span across a number of dimensions – including financing conditions, the labour market situation and the need for, and advancement of, private and public-debt deleveraging.

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  • Tetlock, Saar-Tsechansky and Macskassy (2008) describe a news-based automated trading strategy based on relative occurrence of negative words in firm specific financial news in an effort to predict firms’ accounting earnings and stock returns. A simplified bag of words representation was used to interpret textual data according to the relative frequency of negative words defined by the Harvard psychosocial dictionary. Key findings of Tetlock et al.

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