core set

core set

[′kȯr ‚set]
(graphic arts)
The distortion caused on a photographic film by winding on a spool or core.
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In this paper, a large vector-angular region and margin (LARM) algorithm and its fast training method based on core set are proposed for novelty detection, where the training patterns are imbalanced.
The data revealed a core set of more than 1,500 essential genes.
The Ankylosing Spondylitis Assessment Study Group (ASAS) has developed a core set of parameters for clinical record-keeping for patients with AS that includes physical function, patient global assessment, spinal pain, spinal stiffness, spinal mobility, peripheral joints, enthesis, acute-phase reactants, and fatigue.
The core set of Tangible Object Cards includes 20 cards, and there are 6 supplemental sets of 5 cards each: School 1, School 2, Community, Leisure, Wellness and Fast Food.
By proposing a conditioned inner core set within a peripheral layer of more responsive inside/outside spaces, this scheme satisfied not only the environmental aspirations of the brief, allowing both 'natures' to successfully co-exist, but also the social aspirations with a series of spaces that would link internal and external environments.
We now want to evaluate whether all relevant interventions used by nurses in the treatment of these patients are included in the respective core set, before they can be used routinely.
Metrics: Employ a core set of basic software metrics to manage the software development for all developer team members with significant software development/integration responsibilities.
Method: The study started with the assumption that there are five domains that should be included in a core set of outcome measures for research into chronic low back pain.
Online privacy has been part of the AICPA/CICA Trust Services, which also includes a core set of principles and criteria covering security, processing integrity, availability and confidentiality.
It also concludes that no matter what students' initial level of achievement, as represented by their EXPLORE composite scores, students who take the core set of courses are more likely to have higher ACT composite scores than students who take less than the core set of courses.
Under the new plan, in addition to a core set of valuable member benefits, each Sustaining Member company will have the opportunity to choose either a technical information or a marketing package.
Similarly, in June last year, Hitachi agreed to form a core set of Windows 2000-based systems for corporate customers.