multiarmed

multiarmed

(ˈmʌltɪˌɑːmd)
adj
having multiple arms
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(26) This multiarmed kind of legality buttressed Russia's imperial sovereignty.
The multiarmed, weapon-wielding goddess Durga is a special favorite, dancing circles around her opponents or floating above a battleground, as in Flying Goddess, 1992.
The method leveraged a multiarmed bandit (MAB) framework to support strategic configuration selection and showed good performance on simulated data.
Fischer, "Finite-time analysis of the multiarmed bandit problem," Machine Learning, vol.
In this work, we prepared high toughness PLA-based polymer, that is, multiarmed PCL-b-PLLA.
Schapire, "The nonstochastic multiarmed bandit problem," SIAM Journal on Computing, vol.
So far, there are two typical divergent and convergent routes for dendrimers, multiarmed or starburst oligomers, and nanosized architectures.
Miller modeled a multiarmed bandit problem in which the return to every option was uncertain, whereas in our case only the return to the new drug is uncertain.
The song strategically uses a sound bite from Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb, quoting the Hindu scripture "Bhagavad Gita" and explaining how man, like the multitasking (and multiarmed) Vishnu before him, has become "the destroyer of worlds." If you're not depressed by the time you get through the first two tracks (which, combined, clock in around three minutes), chances are you're already dead.
Originally a six-year, multiarmed, placebo-controlled secondary prevention study, the niacin arm targeted an IR niacin dose of 1000 mg three times daily.
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