overestimation


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Synonyms for overestimation

an appraisal that is too high

a calculation that results in an estimate that is too high

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These results suggest that the overestimation of headway in fog may be a factor contributing to changes in car-following behavior that lead to a decrease in the distance between vehicles, as noted in a number of traffic analysis studies (Bulte, 1985; Hawkins, 1988; White & Jeffery, 1980).
Female respondents had an aggregate overestimation of advertising spending of +485 percent versus only +391 percent among men.
The breaking curveball model included the same elements but relied on an overestimation of pitch speed by the batter.
The second thing I dislike about journalists is their vast overestimation of how much the public knows or cares about the issues they report on.
Here the parents did better -- their overestimation was constant at all ages.
The construction company LLC SHK paid 1,268,261 soms for damages in the criminal case, revealed by an audit of the territorial division of the Accounting Chamber in Issyk-Kul and Naryn regions, as overestimation in the use of construction materials for the construction of social facilities in Ton district of the Issyk-Kul region.
Female sex and peer hookah-smoking overestimation predicted current occasional smoking (adjusted odds ratios, 1.54 and 9.3, respectively).
Nazaha compared the estimates contained in the minutes with the land price offered at the same site after visiting real estate offices in the region, "It turned out to be an overestimation of the value of the price per square meter.
Because it has been proven that in advanced liver diseases or liver cirrhosis an overestimation of the GFR occurs when sCr is used, the measurement of serum cystatin C (CysC) was recommended to detect a possibly impaired renal function.
A whistleblower in Tesco's finance team alerted the retailer's top lawyer of the overestimation on Friday.
The overestimation, especially in the low risk category (5%-7.5%) could lead to unnecessary statin therapy and may raise some safety concerns, but the overestimation in the high-risk category is not problematic, Dr.
The main reasons for loss of the Kyrgyzkomur, according Satybaldiev, are overestimation of the costs for rent of equipment for mining and mining operations; unreasonable high salaries for executives and technical personnel of the enterprise; extremely low financial discipline; unsatisfactory control over cash and inventory assets; inadequate accounting of the volume of mined coal.
"I do not see serious corruption instances for the moment, but there is a problem with overestimation of construction volumes," Putin said in an interview with Russian and foreign journalists aired on Sunday.
In Section 4, a modification to the newsvendor model mentioned in Section 3 is presented by two kinds of overconfident behaviors, overestimation and overprecision.