I'm going to conduct an experiment. Before it I have a bunch of events which I expect to happen. I call them "expected events".
After the experiment was run, I have two kind of events: "expected" ones (those which happened while I waited for them) and "unexpected" (which happened but I didn't expect it).
There are two entities denoted by "expected events": those which I was expecting to happen in the future and those which have already happened and met my expectations. How could I deal with this naming clash?
[The question arose while I was writing a program, so it is more about naming entities in programming, but I think it is self-contained enough to be here.]
UPD: the name will be used in a program, so it should be short, not more than 2-3 words for entity.