Projection definition

Projection means prospective financial statements that present, to the best of the responsible party’s knowledge and belief given one or more hypothetical assumptions, an entity’s expected financial position, results of operations, and changes in financial position or cash flows that are based on the responsible party’s assumptions reflecting conditions it expects would exist and the course of action it expects would be taken given such hypothetical assumptions.
Projection means the distance by which a sign extends over public property or beyond the building line.
Projection means any veranda, balcony, awning, sign, signboard or other similar structure, device or contrivance or any bridge or tunnel, other than a railway bridge or tunnel, which projects or extends into, over or under any road or property owned by the municipality or town or under the control of the council.

Examples of Projection in a sentence

  • The bidder is responsible for making a complete report and shall make certain that each type of work or craft job category that will be utilized on the project as reported on the Construction Employee Workforce Projection (Form BC-1256) and returned with the bid is accounted for and listed.

  • Projection of escalation in the market and supporting information.

  • States must ensure that these copayments are included in the Waiver Cost Projection if not to be collected in the capitated program.

  • Walsh, Deputy Commandant, Combat Development and Integration & Commanding General, Marine Corps Combat Development Command, before the Subcommittee on Seapower and Projection Forces of the House Armed Services Committee on Department of the Navy Seapower and Projection Forces Capabilities, February 25, 2016, p.

  • UMAP: Uniform Manifold Approximation and Projection for Dimension Reduction.


More Definitions of Projection

Projection means a consolidated cashflow and debt service projection prepared or to be prepared pursuant to this Agreement.
Projection means the dimension of an edge as determined in accordance with paragraph 2 of Annex 3 to UNECE regulation No 2615;
Projection means the Department’s projected cash balance for the Board based upon the Board’s projected revenues including license fees, application fees, examination fees, and fines, and the Department’s projected anticipated costs for the Board.
Projection means the distance by which a sign extends from its supporting structure.
Projection means the horizontal distance from a building face to the furthest point of a sign attached to the building;
Projection means the distance by which a sign extends beyond its means of support.
Projection means anything which projects over the Thames […] and includes stairs and any tree, bush or other plant but does not include any such thing authorised by or under statute or by a works licence to be placed or constructed.