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Adequate Sample

In statistics, a sample size considered to be sufficiently large to be predictive. This is important whether one is polling an election or the potential popularity of a new product. It is also important, especially in marketing, that the adequate sample include enough members of a product's target demographic.
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These issues highlight four of the main challenges in applying the AI revolution to security applications: the lack of adequate samples for classification tasks, short time scales for learning, fewer computational resources, and adversarial behavior.
Almost half (48.1%) of all adequate samples reviewed demonstrated some form of granulomatous inflammation, with the predominant form being necrotising granulomatous inflammation (73.6%).
Of 57 adequate samples, five show inflammation, two were benign, and 50 were malignant.
Therefore, to make an appropriate histo pathological diagnosis adequate samples, optimum preparation and careful observation are essential3.
Endometrial brushes have been shown to be 33% more successful in collecting adequate samples, compared with pipelles, because they sample a larger endometrial surface area.
Therefore, it is imperative that adequate samples are acquired for molecular profiling to ensure patients receive optimum treatment and to facilitate patients entering clinical trials.
In our study, all specimens were lower respiratory secretion samples, which means all the samples were detected by Gram stain before quantitative loop-mediated isothermal amplification (qLAMP) assay and only adequate samples (sputum containing >25 leukocytes per low power field) were enrolled.
Video thoracoscopy and open biopsy have been successful methods of obtaining adequate samples for a confirmatory tissue diagnosis.
Therefore, it is necessary to bring all participating laboratories in an intercomparison on the determination of faecal microorganisms to the same place in order to provide them with adequate samples.
Parameter Current Study Number of patients 50 Mean age of the patients 39.16 yrs Diagnostically superior and adequate samples FNAC--94% FNCC--88% Sensitivity FNAC--100% FNCC--50% Specificity FNAC--100% FNCC -100% Parameter de Carvalho et al.
Adequate samples were obtained in 86% of cases and malignant lymph node involvement was assessed in 72 % of cases [7].