backcast

backcast

(ˈbækˌkɑːst)
n
1. fishing a backward casting of a fishing rod
2. Northern English a setback; relapse
adj
thrown backwards
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While you could wear clear safety glasses after dark, I recommend watching your backcast: Follow the flyline with your head, turning just before the fly comes past to see where your backcast is going.
Colombian opium Production estimates in 2014 and 2009 were backcast in 2015 with production: newly available yield data.
Capital investment data were taken from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) National Accounts Database from 1960, and backcast to 1860 using data from Butlin (1977) and Powell (1974).
By shutting down archives and monitoring programs, Canada is losing the ability to backcast.
The data was backcast to 1992 using the unemployment rate, work part time for economic rea-sons, and unemployment for 27 weeks and over (measured as listed in table above).
Dogs that continually backcast will certainly find birds, but they're annoying to hunt over and slow your forward progress to an uncomfortable crawl.
Suddenly I nearly pulled the head off a salmon at the start of my backcast.
498439 + Represents Mackinnon (1996) critical values,while *' ** and *** indicate significance at 1%, 5% and 10% respectively Table IVa Volatility Test (Current period explanatory Variables) Dependent Variable: RTVOL Method: ML - ARCH (Marquardt) - Normal distribution Date: 07/05/12 Time: 13:30 Sample (adjusted): 1985Q3 2009Q4 Included observations: 98 after adjustments Failure to improve Likelihood after 19 iterations MA Backcast: 1985Q2 Presample variance: backcast (parameter = 0.
GARCH Estimation of RER Volatility (Dependent Variable: LNRER) Dependent Variable: RER Method: ML - ARCH (Marquardt) - Normal distribution Date: 09/21/11 Time: 11:53 Sample: 1993M01 2009M12 Included observations: 204 Convergence achieved after 33 iterations Presample variance: backcast (parameter = 0.
We are directed to the subtly backcast eye of Joseph, not to mention phallic bedposts and a ghostly Potiphar, as well as discovering that multiple narratives can emerge from these depictions, depending upon where the viewer is standing, shaking "the last remnants of my belief in the visibility of truth," Bal confesses (161).
To enable the use of symmetric moving-average filters on a series, X-12 ARIMA uses an ARIMA (Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average) modeling facility to forecast and backcast observations at the endpoints of the data.
On one unforgettable backcast in total darkness, her fly again hit the water.