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Zone

1. See: Free trade zone.

2. In marketing, an area that a single sales representative or team of sales representatives are assigned to cover. A sales representative whose zone is, for example, Oklahoma, is not allowed to try to sell products in Texas and vice versa. This helps prevents sales reps from competing with each other for commissions.
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The other equation related to the unknowns inside each subdomain can be represented as
Concerning the subdomain of body attractiveness in the present study, there were no significant differences found between intercollegiate athletes and regular exercisers, intercollegiate athletes and nonexercisers, and regular exercisers and nonexercisers.
In a similar way, the subdomains have showed coherent and consistent results with each other and also with the whole questionnaire.
A detailed model was developed previously with the presence of plasma/nuclear membranes to draw information about concentrations of these toxic compounds in different subdomains of the cell [4].
The five subdomains have been determined to have a good amount of uniqueness by a panel of subject matter experts who know well the knowledge and skills of the domain and its subdomains to be learned and the characteristics of the students to be taught.
In total, we found negative changes in all four major domains and within eight of the 18 subdomains.
The problem is thus transformed from subdomain representation to CBF representation.
Second step is creating of OpenCL objects and division of data on subdomains. This step can be implemented in two different ways; data can be split on subdomains before and after creating OpenCL objects.
An examination of Fig.2 as well as of equation (14) will explain that there are four unknown parameters, namely, ([theta],s0,d45,x3) and thus treatment of the displacement function according to the requirements of the Precision-Point, Subdomain and Galerkin methods will yield four design equations in the following form:
A 10-point higher PCMH score was also associated with a higher subdomain score for patient activation (adjusted [beta] = 9.8, 95 percent CI: 1.4-18.1), delivery system design (adjusted [beta] = 10.6, 95 percent CI: 2.9-18.4), contextual care (adjusted [beta] = 9.2, 95 percent CI: 1.6-16.9), and follow-up/coordination (adjusted [beta] = 8.9, 95 percent CI: 5.4-12.3) subdomains.
where we performed the partial assembly in the primal variables to couple the subdomain problems, i.e.,