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A unit of weight equivalent to one 7,000th of one pound.
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GRE granularity), the number of spectrum slots per GRE, and let S be the total number of spectrum slots that can be accommodated in a fiber; 1 [less than or equal to] W [less than or equal to] S and S is divisible by W and we have L=S/W (1 [less than or equal to] L [less than or equal to] S) is the number of switching spectrum slots per fiber.
This is because: 1) for the TOPK-STJOIN, when the number of the objects increases, the computation costs for searching the inverted list, matching the tokens and verification processing of the candidate object pairs are larger than the BIST-JOIN; 2) although the pruning capacity of the TOPK-STJOIN outperforms the state-of-the-art methods, the number of the candidate object pairs obtained by the TOPK-STJOIN may be larger than that of the candidate ones of the BIST-JOIN at a reasonable segmentation granularity (e.g., 32 x 32 x 32).
The transient disruption of the foveal ellipsoid zone on SD-OCT corresponded to the clinically apparent foveal granularity. In patient 5, who presented with sole retinal finding of foveal granularity and mild optic disc leakage on FA, the SDOCT finding of ellipsoid zone disruption was the main sign for diagnosis MEWDS (Figure 1).
First, some vital concepts (such as incremental clustering and evolving granularity) are formally defined.
To avoid the incompatibility for classification, a novel classification approach based on nonuniform granularity is proposed to classify resources in social network.
A simple case of granularity thought: a group of some existing influenza patients with clinical data D, data attributes as { M | gender, age of onset, date, whether fever...}, In order to extract the information from the data, it can be used to measure the data from different levels of granularity.
Emotional granularity isn't just about having a rich vocabulary; it's about experiencing the world, and yourself, more precisely.
Consistent with Nielsen's Total Audience strategy, this is the first nationwide dataset to be calibrated with Nielsen's gold standard, high quality panel to provide the highest levels of granularity and demographic descriptiveness.
Dish EVP Marketing, Programming and Media Sales Warren Schlichting says the addition will enhance the granularity andclarity of the insights that Nielsen provides.
The lien analytics suite features numerous data sets from which clients can select the type and granularity of the information they need to identify risk and support compliance management.
The theoretical derivation of the granularity adjustment that accounts for name concentrations was done by Wilde (2001) and improved by Pykhtin and Dev (2002) and Gordy (2003).
Stuttgart, Germany, June 27, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Because of the general trend towards IP, SIP trunking will prevail in the long term and eventually replace ISDN as it offers a series of advantages: granularity, flexibility and centralisation, that is, cost savings.