backshift

Translations

backshift

[ˈbækʃɪft] N (Brit) (Ind) → turno m de tarde
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Bonnie, then 36, juggled looking after their children with a backshift job packing teacakes at Tunnock's factory in Uddingston.
I lost a bit of time trying to manually backshift, but to a limited effect.
The multiplicative seasonal ARIMA model can be stated as: [PHI]([B.sup.s]) [PHI](B)[(1-[B.sup.s]).SUP.D][(1-B).sup.d][Y.sub.t] =[THETA](Bs)[THETA](B)[e.sub.t] where B is the backshift operator; s is the seasonal period; [PHI](B) is the non-seasonal AR operator; [PHI](Bs)is the seasonal AR operator; [THETA](B)is the non-seasonal MA operator; [THETA]([B.sup.s])is the seasonal MA operator; [(1-[B.sup.s]).sup.
In [19], Region of Interest (ROI) is used as water marking and encrypted by linear feed backshift register using stream cipher mode with 64-bit private and public key, embedded into medical image by spread spectrum method.
In fairness, he had been diagnosed by a junior doctor who'd just worked a 14-hour backshift with no overtime.
where: stands for backshift operator; [y.sub.t] is a predicted value of a series in moment t.
"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. It was what ye did.