Definition of Reestimated
1. reestimate [v] - See also: reestimate
Lexicographical Neighbors of Reestimated
Literary usage of Reestimated
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Federal Student Loans: Challenges in Estimating Federal Subsidy Costs by Cornelia M. Ashby (2006)
"... Comparison of Fiscal Year 2006 FDLP and FFELP reestimated Subsidy Costs per $100 Disbursed, by Loan Type and Cohort Figure 10: Comparison of reestimated ..."
2. Economic Models of Cattle Prices: How Usda Can Act to Improve Models to by Nancy R. Kingsbury, Charles W. Bausell, Jr. (2001)
"Beef export and import projections are based on USDA's link system model.13 USDA has not reestimated the livestock model in its entirety since 1990, ..."
3. Credit Reform: Greater Effort Needed to Overcome Persistent Cost Estimation by Christine E. Bonham (1998)
"... by Cohort—as Estimated for the FY 1998 Budget Request and reestimated for the FY 1997 President's Budget Figure 11.9: HUD's Mutual Mortgage Insurance ..."