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to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

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In assessing accuracy of datasets with imputed hotdeck values for estimating demographic characteristics, a critical question is whether there is a relationship between having an imputed value and the concept being imputed after controlling for the covariates used to impute the data.
The Preamble stresses that taxpayers have the upper hand in being able, in the first instance, to expressly set forth the economic substance of the transaction in contractual terms, and that the IRS can only impute different arrangements if the taxpayer fails to specify contractual terms or if the specified terms do not accord with economic substance.
When the court fails to impute income to the marital home at the same time that it uses or imputes income to the other spouse's asset(s) awarded in lieu of the marital home, this produces a redistribution of assets funded with an alimony component.
However, the procedure used to impute missing hours at initiation has changed.
* It uses the known information in each record to impute the missing values in that record
Permutations of missing patterns (missing one to 11 out of the total 12 items constitutes a total of 4,094 possible missing patterns) on SF-12 items were generated by simulation for these patients to create the distribution of "missingness." Multi-pattern imputation was then employed to impute the PCS and MCS scores using observed SF-12 items only for simple models and then using observed SF-12 items plus patient demographics, smoking status and medical comorbidity for enhanced models.
To date, no long-term air pollution epidemiology study has applied such exposure maps to impute exposure, although the great potential of the GIS and environmental epidemiology has been well acknowledged (24,25).
Beginning in January 2004, Reserve Banks will impute the income from clearing balance investments on the basis of a broader portfolio of investments than the three-month Treasury bills used today, selected from instruments available to banks and subject to a risk-management framework that includes criteria consistent with those used by bank holding companies and regulators in evaluating investment risk.
The Reserve Banks also impute income that would have been earned on the investment of clearing balances that customers hold with the Reserve Banks had those balances been held by a private business firm.
This formula's simplicity allows its ready use both to impute the market discount rate and find a present value of a set of future cash flows; however, its simplifying assumptions limit its precision.
To compare different firms' cost of capital one must impute an appropriate rate of interest on owner's invested capital.
467 rental agreement, the lessor and the lessee must account for the rental income and deduction in accordance with the lease terms; if there are any rental payments due after the close of a rental period, they must impute interest on any such rental payments on a present value basis (Sec.
In the past, it would have been less likely for the Service to impute interest to a profitable U.S.
'I think it's about time that people like you, because me too, I was a broadcast journalist, I never wrote articles that will cast aspersion or impute any crime or defect or vice to any person whether natural or juridical.
Due to the lack of knowledge or tools to address missing data issues in public-use databases, researchers often rely on crude strategies that either conduct complete case analysis (CCA) by eliminating incomplete cases or impute the missing data with a single set of replacement values.