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Engineering Professor (EngProf6)

        Hybrid Timing Model for Analyzing Stocks and Indices


Date:  Monday, December 11, 2006     (after the close) 


I am sorry but I have too much to do. I cannot update this page today. Good luck to all.


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 ‘My Journey’ has been initiated. Click on the following link to get to see my account and trades. Find out what positions I am holding and where the $5K is at.


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Check out my mailbag for new postings (as of Nov 26)

I have had a number of letters. Thanks to all – you brighten up my days.


            You will find some interesting questions and comments. You may even find something you wrote. The Mailbag is located near the end of this web page.


I have now implemented version 4.0 with a filter. The tabulation of results in the tables are without the filter. The day to day comments are based on the results with the filter. Note that the number of moves in the tables (no filter – raw data) are reduced to as little as ¼ when the filter is implemented. In addition, I am also using hourly data to increase the resolution of my trading moves.




On Wednesday (Oct 18) I introduced version 4.0 with a filter. It is now Dec 5 and I still strongly believe “This is it”   (more than ever).


During the month of Oct I developed a firm hold on the modeling work I am conducting. The results you will see and which I will use on my journey are looking great. In addition, I have now successfully adapted the model to an hourly basis. This will make investing (on a short term basis) so much easier. You should note that there are 2 modes for a primary direction (i.e. move): 1) red – down, or 2) green – up. In addition, for each there is also the subsets of 1) turbulence or 2) clear trend. So there are a total of 4 possibilities. If we are in a primary up trend, we can be in ‘clear’ mode or ‘turbulence’ mode. The same applies for the primary down trend. The label turbulence is used to signify the presence of an opposing force that is trying to suppress the primary trend. 


I have reinstated the countdown. Several wrote to tell me that this feature is important. I agree. I had only taken it off for maintenance. The countdown can appear at 2 locations. If the trend is ‘clear’, then it appears on the top line with the primary trend. If the trend is being influenced by turbulence, then the countdown refers to the turbulent portion and is shown on the line with the turbulence label.


If you are new to this site, be patient, scroll down a couple of pages and you will find what the model is forecasting for the following 15 issues:

DIA, SPY, QQQQ, OIH, SMH, IWM, OEX, EWJ and XLF  {these are based on specific market averages} and,  AAPL, AKAM, ET, GOOG, STX and WMT






Check out the links at the bottom of this page.     


There are 2 classes of investors I would like to reach, in particular. If you are involved with options, you should consider what I have to say. You are in the first category. If you trade on the short term (a couple of weeks on average), then you are in the other category of investor I am interested in. I would like to hear the ideas and opinions from members of both categories.


One feature of my analysis is that I have a count down to a reversal for each entity. Thus, if we consider stock XYZ, my model tells you the current trend direction of the stock. Moreover, it tells you how many days remain before the current trend for XYZ reverses. This information can help you plan upcoming moves.


Some comments about technical models and how they perform as compiled by ‘tradingmarkets’. Click here.






          My Comments on the Markets


My Comments after Monday (December 4):


Today, I simply held my 3 long positions in SPY, AKAM and ET. The market did well and so my account also did well. ET bears watching because at this time it is in a down cycle and I am long. While perhaps only a technicality it is still important to make sure nothing unusual happens. Remember, I never refer to the size of a move. I simply look at trend.


Given that my account has over $1,000 of uncommitted funds, I am considering going into a bullish credit spread (with Dec puts) for GOOG. Come back tomorrow to see if I did.


My Comments after Tuesday (December 5):


On Tuesday, I took a big step towards being professional. I pulled the plug on ET. The model did not like the position I had assumed, so I did not hesitate to liquidate. That is the way it should be. I took the funds and went long GOOG. I shorted the Dec 490 put and I bought the Dec 480 put for a credit of $4.60. These are Dec contracts that only have 8 days left. So now I have SPY Dec puts and GOOG Dec puts. Don’t let the idea of puts fool you – I am bullish. That’s also a reason why put/call ratios are no longer significant. My AKAM position is for Jan. Now mind you I will liquidate whenever the model tells me to.


The markets continue in up trends. I think it is important that regardless of what you are doing you should be aware of the markets and their direction. Most typical issues tend to move with the markets. It is the reason why I do not like to take positions that are contrary to the market direction. Look at my comments for STX below.


My Comments after Wednesday (December 6):


The markets did little today. There was an upward move by GOOG but then it faded. With regards to my positions, I liquidated AKAM – no not because of AKAM. In fact, AKAM at this point looks really good – it is aligned with QQQQ. Given this, I want to go into QQQQ (Dec). My AKAM position was for Jan. The Dec position in AKAM is not attractive enough for me given the availability of QQQQ. So tomorrow (Thursday) I will get a credit put spread (bullish) for Dec QQQQ. Come back to see what position I have set up.


The markets are in up trends. Little else can be said. I do have a comment about AAPL. It is currently under the influence of turbulence. Go to the AAPL section below to find out how turbulence is defined. In a few days AAPL will revert back to a clear up trend. I know many of you will be happy when this occurs. Stay tuned. The target is the middle of next week.


My Comments after Friday (December 8):


Friday (or should I say this weekend) was a turning point for me (no not the markets – they remain in up mode). For the past 5 weeks I have traded a substantial number of bullish and bearish spreads in a number of different issues. I survived BUT I have to admit it was not easy. I spread myself much too thin. In addition, the way the options, especially spreads are traded drained my energy. Instead of enjoying ‘the game’, I started to ‘dislike’ it. I felt like I was being taken for a ride. What I concluded was that I cannot continue to trade option spreads. I refuse to trade naked options – they are a rip-off in my mind. So I am looking at trading futures on stock indices. I really like what I see. I’ve spent the last week looking at the possibility. Unless something unforeseen happens, I want to go that route.


I will continue with this web site. But if I go into futures, I will focus on producing timing for the market averages like the S&P, Nasdaq, Dow, and Russell. I certainly plan to continue My Journey. In fact, when I started Nov 1, I felt that the odds to achieve my objective were probably 1 out of 3 (i.e. 33%). I now feel that the odds have increased to 2 out 3 (i.e. 66%). So, as you can see, I am not disappointed, I am encouraged. What I am looking for is the ‘way’ to achieve my objective.


As a final point, there were several aspects that I did not like about option spreads. One was the overcharging on the quotes – the gap between the bid and ask is usually ridiculous (especially for spreads). The other aspect that I have grown to really dislike is the fact that with a spread you have one leg of the trade that loses money. So you make on one side and lose on the other. In itself this is OK, however, there are times when even with a large move you don’t make that much because you make the difference. The last thing I don’t like is that if you hold a spread you are cutting yourself off from ‘relatively large moves’ because the potential profit of the spread is capped.


If you have some thoughts about what I have said or are planning, please share them with me at


Good luck to all.



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The starting date was initially set for Oct. 1, 2006. However, given the revised version of the model (3.5) which I am trying to implement for all 15 issues, a more realistic starting point is Nov. 1.




I have decided to remove the next day outlook. It is too much work for me to write. It detracts from the analysis because you the reader do not see all the data. So, in an effort to simplify the presentation, I am going back to the way it was – only focused on the primary trend.  


You should note that the tables that follow for some of the issues will only be updated on weekends. On Dec 2, I updated the tables and there were changes to DIA, SPY, QQQQ, OIH, OEX, AKAM, and STX.



ETF                     Forecast


DIA        Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx    Days Remaining: 11 

              Starting Price:   xx       Current Price:     123.04   

Clear Up Trend

Dow Industrials Fund (DIA) is in a primary UP cycle.  Based on what the model is seeing, we could have another 11 days of up trending markets. Stay tuned.

CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for DIA as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006   [New  Dec 1]



SPY       Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx    Days Remaining: xx 

              Starting Price:   xx       Current Price:     141.43

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  2

S&P 500 Fund (SPY) is in a primary UP cycle with a bit of influence by turbulence. When I checked the sensitivity, I found that the turbulence is very minor. I would ignore it for now and, in fact, it will dissipate on Monday if SPY closes at 141.7 or more. IWM is like SPY. Stay tuned.

CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for SPY as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006 

 [New  Dec 1]



QQQQ  Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx    Days Remaining: xx 

              Starting Price:     xx     Current Price:       43.90 

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  1

NASDAQ 100 Fund (QQQQ) is in a primary UP cycle with a small amount of turbulence. The QQQQ should flip back into a clear up trend on Monday.

                             CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for QQQQ as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006 

 [New  Dec 1]



OIH        Primary Direction: UP   Started on   Wednesday, November 15    Days Remaining: xx 

              Starting Price:     140.82     Current Price:       146.65          Profit:  5.83

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  11

Oil Services Holders (OIH) is in a primary UP cycle, however, OIH is now in turbulence mode. While the up trend remains, the imposition of turbulence will suppress gains. Keep watching.

                             CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for OIH as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006  [New Dec 1]



SMH      Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx       Days Remaining: xx 

              Starting Price:     xx     Current Price:       34.17 

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  3

Semiconductors Holders (SMH) is in a primary UP cycle with turbulence. In 3 days SMH should go back into a clear up trend.  


IWM       Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx       Days Remaining: xx 

              Starting Price:     xx     Current Price:       78.80 

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  2

Russell’s 2000 (IWM) is in a primary UP cycle. IWM now has 2 days of turbulence which will subsequently be followed by a clear up trend again. IWM is like SPY. Stay tuned. 


OEX      Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx    Days Remaining: 12 

              Starting Price:     xx     Current Price:       652.22                

Clear Up Trend

The S&P 100 Index (OEX) is in a primary UP cycle for the next 12 days. OEX now resembles DIA.

              CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for OEX as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006

[New  Dec 1]



EWJ      Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx    Days Remaining: xx 

              Starting Price:     xx     Current Price:       14.04                  

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  13

The Japan Fund (EWJ) is in a primary UP cycle which is now in turbulence mode. As I’ve stated in the past, turbulence leads to limited gains in an up trend. 


 XLF      Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx    Days Remaining: 10 

Starting Price:     xx     Current Price:       36.21 

Clear Up Trend

The Finance Index (XLF) is in a primary up cycle. The  turbulence has dissipated. Stay tuned.





Stock                  Forecast


AAPL    Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx    Days Remaining:  xx

              Starting Price:  xx        Current Price:  88.26

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  2

Apple Computer (AAPL) is in a primary UP cycle and now only has 2 days of turbulence left.

Remember, turbulence is a secondary force that opposes the primary force. A clear up trend has no opposing force. However, an up trend with turbulence implies a primary up force with a secondary down force. The result is instability. Turbulence also implies a certain level of randomness. These comments apply to all stocks.

CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for AAPL as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006   


AKAM   Primary Direction: UP   Started on   Thursday, Nov 30    Days Remaining:  4

Starting Price:  48.87        Current Price:  53.78           Profit:  4.91

               Clear Up Trend

Akamai Technologies (AKAM) is now in a primary UP cycle. The strong gain in AKAM has caused the model to reduce the remaining length to 4 days. After that the up trend continues but with turbulence. Stay tuned.

CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for AKAM as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006  [New  Dec 1]


ET         Primary Direction: DOWN   Started on   xx       Days Remaining: xx

Starting Price:  xx        Current Price:  23.05           

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  14

E*Trade (ET) is in a primary DOWN cycle. ET is now in turbulence mode. However, ET is close to reversing. It needs a bit of a push to the upside to make it happen. The remaining length of 14 days means little if the reversal happens. Stay tuned.



GOOG  Primary Direction: UP   Started on   xx    Days Remaining:  xx 

              Starting Price:    xx        Current Price:    484.11  

Turbulence          Days Remaining:  1

Google (GOOG) is in a primary UP cycle with turbulence. However, GOOG should shake off the turbulence on Monday and resume its climb up. Stay tuned.

CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for GOOG as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006  



STX       Primary Direction: DOWN   Started on   Wednesday, November 1    Days Remaining:  3 

              Starting Price:    22.26        Current Price:    26.40        Loss:  4.14

               Clear Down Trend

Seagate Technologies (STX) is in a primary DOWN cycle. The turbulence has dissipated. As a footnote, I have reviewed STX to assess why the model is wrong. What I found was that on Nov 15 ’06, the model just missed putting STX in an up cycle. A move size of an additional 10 cents would have caused the flip to the up. In addition, at the time, the hourly model was pointing up. Had that happened, STX would have remained in an up cycle until today and beyond. Those are the breaks – that’s the way life is.

There is a lesson to be learned. One is that we should try to time our moves with the market moves. Had we done this with STX, we would not have shorted it. We may not have bought it, but…

I am using this incident to see if I can rectify such a mistake much earlier. I think I have found a partial solution. Stay tuned.

CLICK HERE  --- to view the results for STX as generated by the model (version 4.0) for 2006     [New  Dec 1]



WMT     Primary Direction: DOWN   Started on   xx       Days Remaining:  5 

              Starting Price:    xx        Current Price:    46.35       

               Clear Down Trend

Wal-Mart (WMT) is in a primary DOWN cycle that has 5 days of length remaining.




SPECIAL SECTION (under construction)


 (How To) Grow Your Wealth Quickly

and, after I complete my objective,

Anyone Can Make a Million Quickly



I have invested over the years but I’ve had difficulty making a good return. In retrospect, I didn’t have the discipline or a model to be ‘successful’. All this changed when I started to use a model of price movements. It just so happens that I developed what I refer to as the hybrid timing model which evaluates cyclic price movements in the financial markets.


My past investment universe included stocks, options and futures. Again, in retrospect, I could not succeed because I was not able to get a handle on the time trends of the issues I was investing in. So about 7 years ago, I stopped my active investing strategy (except for a few buy and hold stocks). During this time, I fiddled with mathematics to try to get a handle on how short term moves occurred in the markets.


In early 2006 I came to the conclusion that the model I had developed was of sufficient accuracy to be of value in the short term investing arena. During the last 4 months I have been posting some of the real time results from the model on this web site. I am very pleased with the results. Recently, I started to invest (with real money) in some of the issues I follow (in particular, the market barometers). I started with stocks (or ETF’s) but I have now moved to options for my speculation funds.


My Target

I have set a target for myself. My objective is to convert $5,000 into 1 million dollars in 2 years. Hence, the title of my work: ‘Grow Your Wealth Quickly’. My plan is to use options to carry this out. My official starting point for this endeavor is Oct. 1, 2006 (revised to Nov. 1’06). I realize this is a lofty goal but I feel I am up to it. I will report my progress on this site. It will be one heck of a show, in real time. You will get to see with real money what can be accomplished with the model.



Based on what I have learned, I have concluded that one needs to use options (or futures) to make money quickly (or to loose it quickly). One problem with the simple buying of call and put options is that this practice is a bit like buying lottery tickets. The odds are stacked against the buyer. Investing in stocks is much safer but too slow for accumulating wealth quickly. Thus, several conclusions I have made, regarding my speculative funds, are:

1)    I will not invest in stocks,

2)    I will invest in options,

3)    I will focus on credit option spreads.


So what are option spreads? Simply put, an option spread is a strategy (in its simplest form) that involves 2 calls (or 2 puts). The investor buys 1 call and sells short another call with a different strike price. For a credit spread, the investor sells a more valuable option and buys a cheaper option for a net credit to one’s account. This can be done with both calls and puts.


Examples of Credit Spreads

Let’s consider the SPY ETF that mirrors the S&P500. I am writing this on Sunday, July 30’06. Let’s consider the August 2006 contracts. Credit spreads can be created with calls if you think the trend is down. Credit spreads for an up market would be created with puts.


Consider the following credit spread involving calls (down SPY trend):

Buy:  August 129 SPY   @  $1.10

Sell:  August  127 SPY  @  $2.35

The cash SPY when these option prices were retrieved was $127.98.

In this case you would be credited with $1.25 (less commissions). The maximum loss that you can incur is $2.00. Thus, in initiating this spread, you would be required to deposit $0.75 which would be coupled with the $1.25 credit for a total of $2.00 (the maximum loss). The spread has an intrinsic value of $0.98. If by expiration (in 3 weeks), the SPY has dropped to 127 (or lower), you pocket the credit of $1.25 you received. If the SPY closes at expiration at 128, you get to keep $0.25 of the $1.25 credit. If SPY closes at $129 (or higher), you give back the $1.25 credit plus the $0.75 you deposited. The bottom line is that you are risking $0.75 to have it become anywhere from zero to $2.00. If you are good at identifying trends, you will be a winner.


Another credit spread involving calls of SPY is:

Buy:  August 130 SPY  @  $0.70

Sell:  August 128 SPY  @  $1.65

This spread would yield you a credit of $0.95. The intrinsic value of this spread is zero. You would risk $1.05 to enter this spread. If the SPY remains unchanged (or goes down) by expiration, you pocket the entire $0.95.


Why a credit spread and not a debit spread. My simple answer at this point is because of the eventuality that the market (SPY) reverses. Let’s assume the SPY has just entered a down trend. You decide to sell the Aug 127 at $2.35 and buy the Aug 129 at $1.10 for a credit of $1.25. The cash SPY is 128. Let’s further assume you were right with the trend and 2 weeks later the SPY is at 127 (a drop of 1). At that point in time, there may be an issue you will need to deal with. Expiration may (for arguments sake) be 1 or 2 weeks away. You need to go into a credit spread involving puts. So what does one do with the call spread. With regards to the calls you can close the spread completely or you may buy back the call you shorted (and hopefully you will be able to buy it with the funds you received as credit). If you only buy the call you shorted, you would be left holding the call you bought. If you are right about the reversal to the up side, that call will increase in price. At the same time, you would initialize a credit spread with puts.


Food For Thought

A $1,000 investment if doubled ten times in a row would be worth over 1 million dollars. Can it be done? Yes – maybe not 10 in a row, but… What you need is to have a good handle on the trend. I plan to do it. This is my Tour de France. Stay Tuned. Naturally, your comments are welcome.


To Be Continued….






                                    MY MAILBAG


I have received some mail as of Nov 26 which I would like to share with you.


 Message #1:

Header:      McGillEngStudent01

Time:         November 21, 2006 12:48:41 AM


 I would just like to say i find your website to be very interesting. It has become one of my daily visits since i recently got interested in the stock market. As an engineer yourself you can understand the appeal it has to me, a system of numbers all governed by such simple rules as supply and demand, yet such complex results. I myself have worked up a rather crude trend indicator with excel and some visual basic script, based on cycles and rates of change, using *gasp* calculus (my goodness it actually has a use!!!)


As a student the majority of my trading has been limited to the paper variety, as well as to the competitions we have at McGill. Perhaps when i am not so loaded with work i will get into the markets as i think i should.


I wish you the best of luck in your endeavor, and i truly hope you do succeed. I was wondering if you could recommend any books or sources of information for a newcomer to the markets, interested namely in the technical analysis of stocks and the trading aspects? Anything that has helped you understand the nature of the markets to a greater degree?


Thank you so much for your efforts, they are inspiring.


My Reply to Message #1:

How nice of you to write. You are an engineering student at McGill – I know it is in Montreal, Canada. I have several colleagues who are profs at McGill. I was there recently. I bet you are looking forward to getting your ‘iron ring’.

At this point, I have little doubt that the model is a viable tool for trading and yes it is 100% mathematical. The biggest obstacle I am encountering is ‘myself’ and my second guessing the model. My behavior has landed me in several situations that I did not want to be in. I am in one of them right now – my OIH position. I need to ‘straighten myself out’. I will get control of myself and then we will see what can really be done.

With regards to books, I really don’t have anything to recommend. I have formulated my own ideas and much of what I have done is based on my engineering background. With the web, there is no lack of information. Some of the brokerage houses also provide good background literature.

Good luck and keep in touch.



Message #2:

Header:    amkor & chipmos

Time:     November 24, 2006 12:03:24 PM


Hi, I know at one time you covered amkor and then decided to drop it.  What are your thoughts on the recent upswing of this stock?

 Also, I would really appreciate any imput you might have on IMOS.  I just can't figure out why this stock never seems to advance.

 Thanks for all of your hard work.  I for one appreciate all of your work.


My Reply to Message #2:

Ay yes, AMKR – it does bring back memories. Unfortunately, I cannot cover it. I don’t have the resources at this time. I can tell you that AMKR does tend to move with the SMH index (semiconductor index). The big difference is that the magnitude of the moves for AMKR are much bigger (both going up and going down). Keep you eyes on SMH and see if that helps you out. It is no different than looking at SPY or DIA to assess the market direction and then investing accordingly. Good luck.








Forecasting the markets is like forecasting the weather. Our knowledge base (I am referring to mankind) is such that the only reliable forecasts are short term. Long term forecasts for the weather or the markets are simply beyond our reach at this time.


Remember last year, the forecasters got caught up with the unusual number of hurricanes we were having. As a result their forecasts for 2006 were worrisome to say the least. We were told there would be as many and more. They weren’t forecasting, they were simply extrapolating. Now as we approach the 1 year anniversary of Katrina, we haven’t had any hurricanes to speak of.


Yes there is Ernesto on the horizon, but as I write this, he doesn’t know whether he should be a tropical storm or a hurricane. Try forecasting what will happen in the next 3 days. It’s not easy, even for the pros.


As I said, long term forecasting is beyond man’s capability at this time. Long term forecasting of the markets parallels that of forecasting the weather. It cannot be done with any degree of accuracy. It boils down to ‘A Random Walk Down Wall Street’. These are my personal views.


So what about short term forecasting? Well that is a different story. We can all agree that short term forecasting of the weather is a reality. It is within man’s grasp. Five or even ten day forecasts are generally quite accurate.


What I do is short term forecasting of the markets (without any detail). The model tracks the cyclic, short term trends and tells us what to look for. It assigns no magnitudes (not yet anyway). Remember, money management is equally important as the forecasting component. If you are careless and lose all your worth on a wrong move, then being right 80% of the time will amount to nothing. You need to be WISE. Good luck to all.








The following is an introduction as to what I am planning for the near future.


There are several reasons why I am publishing this web site. Two of them are: 1) to discipline myself when it comes to investing, and 2) to find a viable, winning strategy for investing in options. My unofficial name for this work is (How To) Grow Your Wealth Quickly. I will be using this heading more frequently in the future and it will be the title of a book I will write on the subject.


At this point, I am working on the ‘how to’ part of the program. I have already formulated a preliminary strategy which I am testing with my own money. The strategy is focused on options and more specifically the combination of buying credit spreads and the buying of straight calls and puts. I won’t say any more at this time besides stating that 90% of a winning strategy is centered on getting the direction of the move right. Given that the model can do this about 80% of the time, I am finding that being successful trading options is viable and is, indeed, quite profitable.


Soon, I will write more about my progress and my plans. Stay tuned.





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                            Past Postings of This Page – Click Here



Questions, Comments, Suggestions or whatever else you may fancy 

are welcome. I can be reached at:


Please Note This Disclaimer:  The above results are generated from a mathematical model. It provides some insight into what may be expected in the short term (2 to 4 week cycles).  While reliability is of highest importance, life is such that the model is not always correct. Neither is past performance necessarily indicative of future performance. Stocks, markets, and options can change greatly in value in short time spans because of unpredictable events. The model cannot foresee such events. When they happen, the model’s performance will be poor and in some cases - wrong. The user is advised to be cautious and to try to couple the results for individual stocks to those for the market averages.

One last point I wish to emphasize. The accuracy of the model is also dependent on the entity that is analyzed. Some entities are more amenable to the type of analysis the hybrid timing engine performs. Others (especially those with elevated volatilities and/or irregular trading volumes) may not match the anticipated performance. It is up to you to satisfy yourself that the performance is adequate and to draw your own conclusions. 




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You may have noted that what I originally called a mathematical model is now called a hybrid timing engine. The term hybrid comes about because of the method of conducting the analyses. It combines several techniques into one package. The term engine refers to ‘computational’ engine – a terminology that is frequently used by researchers. Thus, the model will henceforth be referred to as the ‘hybrid timing engine’ or the ‘hybrid computation engine’.