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bimodal

("Two Modes") Having two states or conditions. See bimodal IT.
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The bimodality of milking curves was associated with an increase of electrical conductivity of milk, which also was included in the model.
Differentiation in juvenile growth and bimodality patterns between northern and southern populations of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.
In figure 3, we provide an example of a lead time distribution with high bimodality at low CVD (panel A) and high CVD (panel B) for R = 7.
We therefore believe that the bimodal activity patterns in the study of Gjerde and Wegge (1987) were caused by bimodality in movements.
South African Indians show a high prevalence of NIDDM and bimodality in plasma glucose distribution patterns.
Cardena asks for a reference concerning the possible bimodality of the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES).
The key topics of the conference, which is being attended by all the units of Sberbank Group, are: increasing speed, productivity and efficiency of technology, quality of customer service and accessibility of Sberbanks services; providing bimodality of project and process management; and improving interaction within the team.
Organisms that have evolved the ability to both self and outcross typically exhibit a U-shaped bimodality in the dominance of either reproductive mode.
Age-incidence curves of nasopharyn-geal carcinoma worldwide: bimodality in low-risk populations and aetiologic implications.
As it is stated in [8] "histogram bimodality itself does not guarantee correct threshold segmentation", thus the obvious need for validating and/or adjusting the threshold computed by the algorithm.
Neither the i-test nor the Mann-Whitney test gave any indication of or took into account the bimodality of the data distribution in the group with subsequent seizures.