It was perhaps a doubt as to what manner of men this unceremonious stranger's comrades might be, together with something in his words interpretable
as a challenge, that caused every man of our half-dozen "gentlemen adventurers" to rise to a sitting posture and lay his hand upon a weapon--an act signifying, in that time and place, a policy of expectation.
Compared with the cases of human disease that arose as a result, few other routinely obtained and readily interpretable
bioindicators were able to alert the authorities and general public to the extent of the underlying ecologic process.
For surveillance data to be useful and cost-effective, it must be both available in a timely fashion and interpretable
Ware's second patent (pending) is for inventing a more comprehensive Quality of Life Information System (QOLIX([R])) which integrates disease-specific and generic PROs using an adaptive survey logic (ASLX([R])), a breakthrough in administering briefer surveys which produce more useful and interpretable
data in real-time to clinicians, study sponsors, and patients.
State of the art data analysis techniques employ a statistical parametric mapping (SPM) strategy to convert raw signal into interpretable
images by processing data in a pipeline of task-specific modules.
Partnering with Tute Genomics has enabled us to automate our genome analytics pipeline, making the time from sequencing to interpretable
results faster than ever.
Innovation #9: Standardized Computer Interpretable
Policy Language for Cognitive Radio
The output here covers deriving ecologically based soil standards for trace elements, variation in soil quality criteria for trace elements to protect human health, implementing and using terrestrial standards for trace elements, and recommendations for deriving interpretable
and implementable soil quality standards for trace elements.
Successful, unequivocally interpretable
measurement could be achieved in 99.
The letters begin to waver and the dates lose their unambiguous status, becoming subjectively interpretable
Maps of cancer incidence and mortality, computed on a global scale by the International Agency for Research of Cancer, are readily interpretable
(Ferlay et al.
This is necessary both to ensure that meaningful and interpretable
information is collected and to allow the efficient development and dissemination of programs to perform the required work.