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نتایج جستجو برای completion rate

تعداد نتایج: 780715  
2017
Gilbert Kotzbek,

For approximately two decades, professional association football has been characterised by increased digitisation. This is associated with the capture of a vast amount of georeferenced data representing the players’ and the ball’s movement as well as game relevant events. In this context, the practicability of geographic information systems (GIS) in the course of the analysis of single players’...

Journal: :European journal of cardio-thoracic surgery : official journal of the European Association for Cardio-thoracic Surgery 2010
Ann-Marie Tan, Ajay J Iyengar, Susan Donath, Andrew M Bullock, Gavin Wheaton, Leeanne Grigg, Christian P Brizard, Yves d'Udekem,

OBJECTIVE To determine outcomes of patients undergoing a bidirectional cavo-pulmonary shunt (BCPS) in the Fontan era. METHODS From 1990 to 2000, 212 patients underwent a BCPS in a single institution at a mean age of 2.6+/-5 years. RESULTS Hospital mortality was 6% (13 patients). Five patients were lost to follow-up (3%). After a mean of 9+/-4 years, 15 patients had not yet been referred for...

Nowadays project management is a key component in introductory operations management. The educators and the researchers in these areas advocate representing a project as a network and applying the solution approaches for network models to them to assist project managers to monitor their completion. In this paper, we evaluated project’s completion time utilizing the Q-learning algorithm. So the ...

Journal: :Computer Vision and Image Understanding 2005
Toby P. Breckon, Robert B. Fisher,

This work considers the common problem of completing partially visible artifacts within a 3D scene. Human vision abilities to complete such artifacts are well studied within the realms of perceptual psychology. However, the psychological explanations for completion have received only limited application in the domain of 3D computer vision. Here, we examine prior work in this area of computer vi...

2014
Jessie Westerhof, Rinse K Weersma, Reinier A Hoedemaker, Jan J Koornstra,

BACKGROUND In up to 30 percent of small bowel capsule endoscopy procedures, the capsule does not reach the cecum within recording time. A prolonged gastric transit time has been recognized as a risk factor for incomplete capsule endoscopy. The aim of this study was to analyze if a single dose of orally administered erythromycin prior to capsule endoscopy results in a higher completion rate comp...

Journal: :Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 2006
Paul P Cook, Ricardo A Maldonado, Connie T Yarnell, Don Holbert,

BACKGROUND Nine months of isoniazid therapy is the recommended regimen for treatment of latent tuberculosis infection, but low completion rates are a serious problem. The search for shorter regimens, compared with the standard isoniazid regimen, is of vital importance. We describe our experience using short-course regimens for the treatment of latent tuberculosis infection. METHODS We conduct...

2005
Laurent Denoue, Patrick Chiu,

Ink completion is a technique for suggesting characters or words to users as they write with digital ink. With a simple gesture, users can accept a recommendation and continue writing. The technique improves the handwriting experience and is very suitable to support notetaking on tablet computers and PDAs.

Journal: :Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics 2013
Vladimir Lifschitz, Fangkai Yang,

Nonmonotonic causal logic is a knowledge representation language designed for describing domains that involve actions and change. The process of literal completion, similar to program completion familiar from the theory of logic programming, can be used to translate some nonmonotonic causal theories into classical logic. Its applicability is restricted, however, to theories that deal with truth...

2006
Pete Bousfield,

The purpose of this sequel to [5] is to construct and characterize completions of G-spaces, where G is a compact Lie group. We assume the notations and results of [5]. It is a pleasure to thank Pete Bousfield for the proof of Lemma 12. Since completions are less generally familiar than localizations, a quick summary of the relevant part of the nonequivariant theory is in order. We are intereste...

2016
Yao Sui, Guanghui Wang, Yafei Tang, Li Zhang,

A fundamental component of modern trackers is an online learned tracking model, which is typically modeled either globally or locally. The two kinds of models perform differently in terms of effectiveness and robustness under different challenging situations. This work exploits the advantages of both models. A subspace model, from a global perspective, is learned from previously obtained target...