recurrent event


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Noun1.recurrent event - an event that recurs at intervalsrecurrent event - an event that recurs at intervals  
happening, natural event, occurrence, occurrent - an event that happens
migration - the periodic passage of groups of animals (especially birds or fishes) from one region to another for feeding or breeding
oscillation, cycle - a single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon; "a year constitutes a cycle of the seasons"
repeat, repetition - an event that repeats; "the events today were a repeat of yesterday's"
sunrise - the daily event of the sun rising above the horizon
sunset - the daily event of the sun sinking below the horizon
heartbeat, beat, pulse, pulsation - the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart; "he could feel the beat of her heart"
tide - the periodic rise and fall of the sea level under the gravitational pull of the moon
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Looking at pictures is a recurrent event in the plays of William Shakespeare, says Elam, and explores the use to which he puts visual objects in the plays, sometimes as actual stage props.
The flow of Sudanese youngsters- both males and females- to join ISIS has become a recurrent event this year with authorities in Khartoum seemingly unable to stop it.
He added the Commission was not unduly concerned by the cutoff of Ukraine's gas supplies -- a recurrent event -- as stocks were comfortable.
He added the Commission was not unduly concerned at the latest Russian cutoff of Ukraine's gas supplies -- a recurrent event.
Esselstyn et al report an extraordinary recurrent event rate of 0.
Aspirin resistance was found in 12 out of 74 patients (16%) from the first-ever coronary event group and one from the recurrent event group.
For the purposes of this paper it is important to note that whether the injury occurs in the same or different anatomical structure does not influence how the event is considered in statistical terms; it is a recurrent event within the same individual.
In addition, estimates of adjusted rates of MS relapse were examined via the Andersen-Gill recurrent event adaptation to the Cox proportional hazards model, a commonly used method for time-to-event analyses.
But those who study war dispassionately, as a recurrent event with no moral content, have observed a certain mathematical pattern: that of "epidemicity," or the tendency of war to spread in the manner of an infectious disease.
A general class of models for recurrent event data given by Pena and Hollander (2002) is considered.
The day is supported by the World Health Organisation and UNESCO, and it is hoped that it will become a recurrent event.
The researchers concluded that men with diabetes taking insulin had a 70 percent increased risk for a first cardiovascular event compared to men with a known history of CVD having a recurrent event.

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