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Threshold

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Pasternack's latest release of threshold detectors consists of 3 unique models covering broadband frequency bands from 2 to 40 GHz.
The soft threshold function used in wavelet domain to filter out noise coefficients by Donoho and Johnstone (1995).
According to Oran, the election threshold is one of the reasons for today's distorted political system, which causes millions of votes below the threshold to go to waste.
A plastic adjustable attachment for the reverse use of the Threshold IMT device was constructed for the study.
Microsoft is expected to release the new OS with some of its features for Windows 9 or most call it Windows Threshold on a big event that will be held on September 30.
The full Threshold rollout will actually take place from this coming fall into spring of 2013.
The threshold values from this research are directly applicable by the industry in comparison with the current values published in a water medium.
We're thrilled to now bring these fun and exciting programs to the millions of Roku viewers each month," said Threshold president Kevin Carvell in a statement.
Data showed that the Talk Test related best to the lactate threshold as compared to the ventilatory threshold
The final section, Part VI, offers the author's recommendation that Turkey adopt a 5% threshold, and includes an explanation for that recommendation.
According to the Turkish statistical authority, TurkStat, 12,751,000 people are living below the poverty threshold in Turkey.
They have negotiated the thresholds for 77 economic activities and 9 groups of professions.