backshift

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backshift

[ˈbækʃɪft] N (Brit) (Ind) → turno m de tarde
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Tenders are invited for Contractual help for backshift work of power line and other electrical related jobs at quarry, kocp.
In fairness, he had been diagnosed by a junior doctor who'd just worked a 14-hour backshift with no overtime.
Richard Hall scored well at reserve and it's a shame he never got the race win he deserved, but overall this was a hard night for Newcastle, who were on the backshift all night.
It was a part of the social fabric and the etiquette was clearly understood by all parties; a bit like a tea ceremony in feudal Japan or shiftin' oot your dad's chair when he came home from a backshift.
The filter [pi](B), where B is the backshift operator, accounts for correlation in the levels.
t] where [phi](B) is the autoregressive operator, [phi](B) is the moving average operator, B is the backshift operator defined as: B = [Y.
t] is the dependent variable, [alpha] is a constant term, L is a backshift operator such that L[y.
t] is the underwriting ratio, and [PHI](B) is a polynomial of degree p in the backshift operator B.
B represents the backshift (or lag) operator, which refers to previous values in the data.
t[member of]T] is a sequence of random variables, B is a backshift differencing operator [B.
where, y(k), u(k), and [epsilon](k) are the discrete value of output, input, and disturbance, respectively at the kth sampling instant and q is the backshift operator.