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Synonyms for estimator

an expert at calculation (or at operating calculating machines)

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Bycatch estimation To compare the methods of bycatch estimation used in past studies, I estimated the bycatch of Atlantic croaker, spot, and weakfish (three of the most commonly caught bycatch species) using two categories of statistical estimators: a mean-per-unit estimator using the mean observed bycatch per day expanded by the total number of days fished (the CPUE-mean-per-unit method) and a ratio estimator using the observed ratio of fish to shrimp expanded by the total shrimp landings (the F:S ratio method).
Second, it emphasizes that the OLS estimator produces the ideal weights for any sample of data (in contrast to estimators such as J which produce minimum variance weights for more limited set of samples
Analysts at Hay Montrose found that estimators - who assess how much material is needed, the cost and the duration of building work - were likely to benefit most with a 7 per cent wage hike.
The estimator differentiates between 100 percent solid coverage, 75 percent line work or 50 percent screen/fine graphics, and enables printers to figure the pounds of ink required via four simple steps once they have measured the printed image of their job in square inches.
Photo: (Color) Plumbing estimator Ron Orsini put $30,000 into a scam, not an investment.
The nonparametric analysis provides a good estimator of empirical survival functions using observed data.
Then they may accompany an experienced estimator to the construction site or the shop floor where they may observe the work being done, take measurements, or perform other routine tasks.
The estimator is a no-obligation financial tool that Ford shoppers can use to better educate themselves about what they can afford.
Completely living up to its name, its online version, the Global IP Estimator Online also provides the same functionality, in a secure online setting, all over the world.
In this temporary position, she interfaced with the company's architects, estimators and subcontractors in tasks ranging from printing drawings, following up on subcontractor proposals and preparation of project proposals and sealed bids, to creating purchase orders, and assisting with change orders and submittals.
Browse 63 market data tables with 24 figures spread through 185 pages and in-depth TOC on " Power System State Estimator Market - Global Trends & Forecasts to 2019 " .
People who use the myHealthcare Cost Estimator online tool are more likely than nonusers to select high-quality health care providers, according to a new study from UnitedHealthcare.
WASHINGTON -- The controversial cardiovascular risk estimator introduced in the current American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association risk-assessment guidelines demonstrated "moderate to good" predictive performance when applied to a large U.
A cost estimator must rely upon decision support fundamentals to provide the best analysis of government resources.