re-estimate

re-estimate

(riːˈɛstɪˌmeɪt)
vb (tr)
to estimate again or correct an estimate
n
a second estimate, another estimate
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Application of the accounting principles required the Company to re-assess overall timelines as well as re-estimate completed and remaining services following the Collaboration Agreement amendment, leading to the revenue adjustment.
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Therefore, we re-estimate the elasticities excluding those firms regulated by the EU ETS.
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Specifically, I re-estimate the profit frontier model using only incumbent firms who are present in all six rounds of the survey between 2005 and 2015.
For this reason, we re-estimate equation (1) using all three high-level PMR measures.
However, to calibrate the importance of credit channel on the aggregate and sectoral output, we re-estimate the model after treating bank credit as exogenous variable.