The rise in mobile attack rates
as attackers turn their attention towards the growing mobile economy
were calculated as the number of cases per number of exposed persons (defined as persons who had experienced face-to-face contact with a symptomatic MERS case-patient in either hospital or as persons who had been in the same hospital ward as the symptomatic case-patients).
For 25[degrees]C, R statistical software was unable to estimate parameter values, wherefore the attack rate
(a) and handling time ([T.
For people with HIV, the heart attack rate
was higher in current smokers than in previous smokers--and much higher than in people who never smoked.
The values of handling time (Th) and attack rate
(a) were calculated using Holling disc equation modified by reciprocal linear transformation (Livdah and Stiven 1983).
When adjusted to account for demographic changes in the county's population between the two periods, the data revealed an annual heart attack rate
of 151 per 100,000 people before the ban and 101 per 100,000 afterward.
A very high attack rate
observed in this outbreak indicates heavy contamination of the pond-connected tubewell-water.
The parameters of the attack traffic stream include the Attack Period (T), the attack rate
(r) and the burst length (L).
However, the initial attack rate
, meaning the rate at which index cases became infected, was much higher with HlNl than with seasonal flu, as was reported worldwide.
The overall attack rate
of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 was 42.
This year, providers reported a peak sustained attack rate
of 49 Gbps, a 22% growth over last year's peak of a 40 Gbps attack, which shows the attack scale growth has slowed in the past 12 months.
Similarly, Ireland's heart attack rate
fell by 11% the year after the introduction of its ban on smoking in public places that started in 2004.