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Marker

A slang term for documentation indicating that a debt is owed.
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In such an analysis, by combining knowledge of the predictive accuracy plus misclassifications of the marker (or model plus marker) with knowledge from randomized trials on the expected long-term effects on outcome of the different treatments, one then can estimate to what extent actual use of the marker or model will improve patient outcomes or cost-effectiveness of care.
The purpose of this investigation was to determine whether the choice of marker location might explain the exaggerated ankle dorsiflexion reported in the literature and, if so, whether more accurate ankle kinematics could be obtained with a different marker set.
Specific marker versions are provided for every utility category, with individual colors and interrogation frequencies to distinguish between utilities, as assigned by the American Public Works Association.
Teriparatide, an anabolic agent, causes an increase in OC, a marker of bone formation, of fifty -five percent (55%) and of CTX, bone resorption marker, of a twenty percent (20%).
Allow the ribbon to dry, then wrap another piece of glued ribbon around the marker to create a candy-cane pattern.
On post-mounted markers, a colored decal should be on the marker.
Kobayashi's tumor marker combination assay (TMCA) is twice as sensitive as the PET (positron emission tomography) examination.
About a quarter of these endangered cats live in Namibia, a country in southwest Africa that Marker also calls home.
Marker-assisted introgression, QTL, Flanking markers selection, MBLUP selection
Either when I was in the classroom or at home it seemed every time I picked up a marker it was dried out because someone forgot to put the cap on," explained Kim.
There are many AR applications that focus on marker tracking using computer vision and image recognition algorithms.