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This process forces businesses and business planners to think about the full range of possible outcomes for a model variable (are they normally or uniformly distributed), rather than just focusing on the most likely value.
In this case, an anthropic argument would hold that the observed value is pushed away from the a priori most likely value by anthropic considerations.
lot, whose character is typical of this data set, has a most likely value of approximately $51,000 (30,000 sq.
This method permits to determine the most likely values of the coefficients for the prior function based on the theoretical consideration regarding the phenomena of the process for which we obtain the experimental data.
Most likely value approach: This method represents the cost of a scenario believed to be the "most likely" to occur.
geothermal consultants based in Richmond, California, state that based on the available information (DB 1) and certain assumptions, "the most likely value of reserves lie in the range of 17 to 63 MW (gross)" and further that "the Blue Mountain project is as attractive as any being explored or developed in Nevada today".
has taken an alternative approach to determining the most likely values of the fundamental constants of nature -- one rooted in quantum cosmology.
The potential megawatt (MW) capacity of the Blue Mountain reservoir has been estimated by Monte Carlo simulation to have a minimum value of 30 MW (90% probability) and a most likely value of 47 MW.