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CI

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for COTE D'IVOIRE.

CI

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Cote d'Ivoire. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Ivoirian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Cote d'Ivoire. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Cote d'Ivoire. Each Ivoirian region has its own code with the prefix "CI." For example, the code for the Region of Bafing is ISO 3166-2:CI-17.
References in classic literature ?
'"We both saw the patient at intervals in the course of the night.
The next day the travellers came to where the hills closed upon the river, leaving here and there intervals of undulating meadow land.
When (12) is feasible, the membership value of interval weight vector W(1) to the fuzzy weight vector is [[mu].sub.[??]]([[w.bar].sub.i](1)) = [[mu].sub.[??]]([[bar.w].sub.i](1)) = s(1) = [[summation].sub.i][[w.bar].sub.i](1), [for all]i.
There are many types of uncertainty and there are many different mathematical systems that calculate uncertainties [3], e.g., rough sets theory [4], fuzzy numbers [5], probability theory [6], interval valued numbers [7], and dual fuzzy numbers [8].
The uncertain coefficient value can be estimated using intervals based on the theory of interval analysis which is developed by Moore [1].
Furthermore, this funding will enable CDC's National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to obtain the samples from healthy children that the Environmental Health Laboratory will need for this initiative, and that other clinical labs and diagnostic manufacturers also need for their own crucial pediatric reference interval studies.
Interval training may shed more pounds than a continuous workout at the same level of effort, says the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
class="MsoNormalI have written many times about the health, fitness and brevity benefits of high-intensity interval training, which typically involves a few minutes or even seconds of strenuous exertion followed by a period of rest, with the sequence repeated multiple times.
The researchers found that the ?-blocker-associated pooled adjusted relative risk (RR) and risk difference per 1,000 persons exposed (RD1000) were 1.07 (95 percent confidence interval, 0.89 to 1.3) and 3 (confidence interval, −6.6 to 12.6) for any major malformation; 1.12 (95 percent confidence interval, 0.83 to 1.51) and 2.1 (confidence interval, −4.3 to 8.4) for any cardiac malformation; and 1.97 (95 percent confidence interval, 0.74 to 5.25) and 1 (confidence interval, −0.9 to 3) for cleft lip or palate.
The area of determination of the value can be set with one or more than one interval, see Fig.
The risk of arrhythmia was evaluated by calculating the electrocardiographic P-wave duration, QT interval, T peak-to-end interval, and the Tp-e/QT ratio.
The followings were identified as useful indices for predicting and estimating the occurrence of a fatal arrhythmia: the interval between the peak and the end of T wave (Tp-Te),[2] the ratio of the Tp-Te interval to the QT interval ([Tp-Te/QT][3]), and the JT interval (JT), which is measured from the end of the QRS complex to Te.[4] The QT interval may be affected by sex and age.[5] However, little is known about the co-effect of the inhaled agent and sex on the corrected QT (QTc) and Tp-Te/QT and Tp-Te/JT ratios.