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subdomain

A lower-level component of a domain name. For example, www.mycompany.com and support.mycompany.com are subdomains of mycompany.com, which is known as a "second level domain." See naked domain, zone and root domain.
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A 10-point higher PCMH score was also associated with a higher subdomain score for patient activation (adjusted [beta] = 9.
com/politics/2017/11/hackers-compromised-the-trump-organization-4-years-ago-and-the-company-never-noticed/) Mother Jones , an unauthorized source has been creating hundreds of subdomains registered to the Trump Organization and has been carrying out the campaign since 2013.
If you do not want to spend money on domain names, Google will create one using the subdomain '.
In such methods, one divides the computational domain into several subdomains and decouples the problem by making an initial guess on the data along subdomain interfaces; one then solves the subdomain problems in parallel, checks for discrepancies (e.
The authors developed a hybrid analytical model of the subdomain model and reluctance network model that includes saturation effects.
In Table 3, the PSPP subdomain group differences with Bonferroni follow-up analyses test are presented.
For a reliability analysis, Cronbach alpha (23,24) coefficients of each subdomain of PDQL-TR were separately calculated to ensure internal consistency In addition, item-total score reliability coefficients were reviewed and correlation coefficients between subdomains and relevant items were calculated.
The distribution of the material in each subdomain is defined by concentration.
Items are carefully developed for each subdomain such that each item is relevant to the subdomain and the set of relevant items represents the subdomain (Messick, 1989).
Alternatively, they can be used to create a unique subdomain for each spam email to avoid detection by spam or web filters.
Modesty is likely an important subdomain of humility.
Like Levin and He, we created similar subdomain; however, we deviated from and extended Levin and He's subdomain in order to account for data that we did not feel fit well into their taxonomy.