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LR

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for LIBERIA.

LR

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Liberia. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Liberian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Liberia. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Liberia. Most Liberian counties have their own codes with the prefix "LR." For example, the code for the County of Bong is ISO 3166-2:LR-BG
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Owen, "Empirical likelihood ratio confidence intervals for a single functional," Biometrika, vol.
If likelihood ratio [LAMBDA] is given by Lemma 6, then test Statistic for [H.sub.0] versus [H.sub.1] in (2) is given by
By using a statistical value from the likelihood ratio test, it validates that avg_segm_size_b2a influence in botnet detection.
The rule requires updating the "prior odds" (on the left-hand side) by multiplying by the Bayes factor (which also is the likelihood ratio L) to arrive at the "posterior odds" (on the right-hand side).
(2) is that an impartial expert examiner could determine and convey the meaning of the evidence by computing a likelihood ratio (LR), while leaving strictly subjective initial perspectives regarding the guilt or innocence of the defendant to the DM.
The likelihood ratio approach leads to valid prediction intervals even for averysmall number of observations but the resulting intervals are conservative and tend towards a 95% coverage rate instead of 90%.
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After a short review on signal detection under Gaussian noise in [section]2, in [section]3 we incorporate small deviation from Gaussian distribution in terms of the Edgeworth expansion and calculate the likelihood ratio with it.
While this point is being agreed by Rao (2009)[2] that EL method may provide nonparametric confidence intervals on parameters of interest which likely being produced by traditional parametric likelihood ratio intervals.
Table 4 shows sensitivity, specificity, PPV, NPV, likelihood ratio (positive and negative), and efficiency of HCS at different cutoff levels.
Within the context of a Bayesian inference problem, they develop the theory of single-target tracking, multiple-target tracking, and likelihood ratio detection and tracking.
(2-sided) Pearson Chi-Square .933 (a) 1 .334 Continuity Correction (b) .617 1 .432 Likelihood Ratio .978 1 .323 Fisher's Exact Test Linear-by-Linear Association .932 1 .334 N of Valid Cases 555 Exact Sig.