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- Accelerated predictive stability (APS) : fundamentals and pharmaceutical industry practices
- Adaptive filtering prediction and control
- Adaptive filtering prediction and control
- Algorithmic learning in a random world
- An introduction to stochastic filtering theory
- An introduction to stochastic filtering theory
- Application of quantitative techniques for the prediction of bank acquisition targets
- Applied predictive modeling
- Applied time series analysis for the social science
- Applied time series analysis for the social sciences
- BERRU Predictive Modeling : Best Estimate Results with Reduced Uncertainties
- Computation, causation, and discovery
- Data mining and predictive analytics
- Data mining and predictive analytics
- Essays on the prediction process
- Flexible and Cognitive Radio Access Technologies for 5G and Beyond
- Forecasting with dynamic regression models
- Gaussian processes, function theory, and the inverse spectral problem
- Impulsive differential inclusions : a fixed point approach
- Inference and prediction in large dimensions
- Linear prediction theory : a mathematical basis for adaptive systems
- MATLAB software for the code excited linear prediction algorithm : the Federal Standard, 1016
- Multivariate prediction, de Branges spaces, and related extension and inverse problems
- Practical experiences with modelling and forecasting time series
- Predicting human decision-making : from prediction to action
- Prediction analysis of cross classifications
- Prediction and improved estimation in linear models
- Prediction and improved estimation in linear models
- Prediction and regulation by linear least-square method
- Prediction and regulation by linear least-square methods
- Predictive inference: an introduction
- Predictive statistics : analysis and inference beyond models
- Probably not : future prediction using probability and statistical inference
- Quantitative forecasting methods
- Spatial time series: analysis, forecasting, control
- Statistical forecasting
- Statistical forecasting
- Statistical methods for forecasting
- Statistical prediction analysis
- Statistical prediction analysis
- The theory of linear prediction
- Time series analysis : forecasting and control
- Time series analysis : forecasting and control
- Time series analysis : forecasting and control
- Time series analysis : forecasting and control
- Time series analysis and forecasting
- Time series analysis and forecasting : the Box-Jenkins approach
- White noise theory of prediction, filtering and smoothing

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