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graser

[′grā·zər]
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Graser claimed that he couldn't realize if his girlfriend was dead because he could hear her body making noises.
Para determinar si se esta fijando la mirada a un estimulo y, en caso tal, a que estimulo corresponde, los datos en los electrodos de interes son transformados de acuerdo con el procedimiento denominado combinacion de minima energia (Friman, Volosyak y Graser, 2007), el cual se describe a continuacion.
Graser, "A novel calibration method for SSVEP based brain-computer interfaces," in Proceedings of the 18th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO '10), pp.
Graser, "Convolutional neural networks for P300 detection with application to brain-computer interfaces", IEEE TPAMI, vol.
Graser Y, el Fari M, Presber W, Sterry W, Tietz HJ: Identification of common dermatophytes (Trichophyton, Microsporum, Epidermophyton) using polymerase chain reactions.
Marco Botti, trainer of Graser "She won her maiden nicely and I think she's improved since.
13-16; Lovell & Graser, 2001; Monaco & White, 2005).
1) See also Marcus Graser, "World History in a Nation-State: The Transnational Disposition in Historical Writing in the United States," Journal of American History 95, no.
Daniel Graser, a priest from Sarosul pe Tarnave (Sibiu County), who wrote that "up above the village of Bazna, there is a spring of salty water, and right near it, there is another spring from which something like a flammable gas is bursting".
This alkaloid was first found in Trichocereus lobivioides R Graser & F Ritter, synthesized and named lobivine (Shulgin Unpublished data).
Tom Graser has been appointed managing editor of The Marion Star.
At Ohio's Marion Star, Tom Graser has been named managing editor; previously he was assistant managing editor of North Carolina's Asheville Citizen-Times (both are Gannett papers).