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data set

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1. An electronic device that provides an interface in the transmission of data to a remote station.
2. A collection of related data records on a computer-readable medium, such as a disk.

data set

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(Computer Science) computing another name for file17
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Among the 9 transcripts that predicted TTFT in the transcriptomics data set GSE3967116, HNRNPA0 and HNRNPD were the best indicators of early therapy (HR=2.4 [Figure 1A] and HR=2.3 [Figure 1B]).
Specifically, for the head and neck organs data set suite covering all of the head and neck anatomic region, the members of the data set authoring committees were drawn from the additional sponsoring organizations: North American Society of Head and Neck Pathology; American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology; the British Society for Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology; and the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathologists.
The new data set is now available through a subscription to Oklahoma City-based Oseberg's Atla product.
Pulse Oil Corp (TSX-V:PUL) (TSX:PUL.WT) disclosed on Monday the completion of the acquisition of Bigoray-specific 3D seismic data set covering 2,916 acres.
For your last data set, the steps are slightly different.
Romero, Lopez, Luna, and Ventura (2013) collected data on 114 students from an online discussion forum and separated them into several data subsets on a weekly basis before evaluating each data set's predictive accuracy through several data-mining methods.
Every time a new point is inserted into a data set in such a way that the asymptotic time complexity of incremental LOF algorithm would be comparable to the static LOF algorithm.
Scholars who have used this data set have not applied adequate source critique expected within the field of history, failing to pose basic questions concerning how the data were collected and what they represent.
The absence of an open-source standard ground truth data set continues to hinder the comparison of malware detection and analysis methods.
A new blockbuster study that examines the most relied-upon global temperature data sets could start a chain-reaction demolition of global-warming alarmism.
Figure 3 shows the Radviz and iRadviz to visualize a synthetic data set in three dimensional space that called as 3D data set.
Given a training data set [{[x.sub.i], [y.sub.i]}.sup.N.sub.i=1], where [x.sub.i] [member of] [R.sup.m] is the input with m-dimension and [y.sub.i] [member of] R is its corresponding target.