Definition of estimation
1. A document appraising the value of something (as for insurance or taxation).
2. The respect with which a person is held.
They had a high estimation of his ability.
4. A judgment of the qualities of something or somebody.
In my estimation the boy is innocent.
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In my estimation it's a serious mistake.
A first approximate estimation of R0 is performed when working in white light.
According to our estimations, in Jan-Aug in 9 major industry branches the output grew by 10.8% yoy (11.3% yoy in Jan-Jul).
Carmichael, generally unflappable in Eve’s estimation, kept her voice low and soothing.
If you base your estimates solely on construction experience, the estimation error increases.
Maximum likelihood estimation involves the maximization of conditional probabilities, and it is based on Baysian Theory.
Normal estimation theory would tell you that a one-day price move this large might happen a few times in a millennium.
The limited depth of field of a real optical system is another technique for depth estimation.
The primary objective is to get data, to allow realistic estimation of a development of Russkoye.
The Sheriff now tried on an exalted expression, which was not, in Roland's estimation, notably successful.