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Poisson

(French pwasɔ̃)
n
(Biography) Siméon Denis (simeɔ̃ dəni). 1781–1840, French mathematician, noted for his application of mathematical theory to physics, esp electricity and magnetism
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La surpeche qui sevit dans le large marin marocain, par le biais des moyens devastateurs exerce un veritable carnage de poisson et demolit la faine marine dans le foetus.
Sheris Poisson, Air Force Personnel Center Enlisted Promotions Policy superintendent, the AFPC team conducts a 100 percent review of all select records, like the 14,181 individual records for the 2017 staff sergeant release, to confirm promotion selects before the AFPC commander approves the release date.
Au Bresil, le poisson sera peut-etre bientot couramment utilise pour soigner les personnes victimes de brulures du deuxieme degre, rapporte f rancetvinfo .
Madame de Pompadour was born Jeanne Antoinette Poisson.
Selon la Direction de la peche et des ressources halieutiques de Tlemcen, la pisciculture en cages flottantes est une methode permettant d'elever le poisson dans des circuits fermes de tous cotes par des claires-voies qui emprisonnent le poisson permettant le passage de l'eau pour eliminer les dechets du metabolisme.
For the thermoplastic polymers, the plastic Poisson ratio is usually ranged from 0.
While in most cases, noise has Gaussian distribution, in biomedical images, noise is usually a combination of Poisson and Gaussian noises.
Poisson regression model belongs to the family of generalized linear models in which the response variable is a count one and has followed Poisson distribution.
This has been done by using Poisson regression and Negative binomial regression model.
In the Bayesian theory, it is found that the gamma distribution is a natural conjugate prior for the sampling from a Poisson distribution.
Steve Humble of Newcastle University used the Poisson Theory to predict what the Pool D showdown in Cardiff has in store.
Paris, SANA -- Deputy at the French National Assembly and President of the Christian Democratic Party Jean-Frederic Poisson said that Damascus is the key to the Middle East, and that French diplomacy has made mistakes in its policy towards Syria.