activity level


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activity level

[‚ak′tiv·əd·ē ′lev·əl]
(computer science)
The value assumed by a structural variable during the solution of a programming problem.
A measure of the number of times that use or modification is made of the information contained in a file.
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Then, they divided the participants into three groups depending on their activity levels.
For the 6e13 vg/kg cohort, mean Factor VIII activity levels over three years support reductions in bleed rates and show a flattening rate of decline in the chromogenic substrate (CS) and one-stage (OS) assays expressed as an international unit per deciliter (lU/dL).
According to physical activity level of students; 135 (51.7%) were very active, 85 (32.6%) were active, and 41 (15.7%) were inactive (Table 1).
"The association between physical activity level and mode of delivery might help motivate more women to engage in regular physical activity before and during pregnancy, which in turn will give additional health benefits for the women and their babies," said lead author Birgitte Sanda, of the University of Agder, in Norway.
Both low physical activity level and prolonged sitting time were independently associated with the incidence of LUTS after adjustment for multiple factors.
Because activity was so weak during the first three quarters of 2017, the activity level for the full year, for all age groups, fell 1.8%.
The development of occupancy pattern recognition system is comprised of occupancy detection, occupancy counting, activity level classification and validation of the proposed recognition system.
The American Cancer Society has an easy-to-use calculator that will give you a specific calorie goal based on gender, age, height, weight, and activity level. It can be found at http://bit.ly/1iaEIbd.
Lok and Lok (2014) found women as minimal active in rate of 18.0% and evaluated minimal activity level of women higher than the rate of men.
Severity depends on activity levels as the contractions stop when you slow down, sit down or change position
The study also compared the changes in dietary patterns and correlated the daily dietary Glycemic Load intake and physical activity level in female university students with their weight gain/loss status over a period of six months.
Adams (1993) shows the volume flow rate (MV) and breathing frequency (RF) as a function of the activity level, MET, (metabolic rate).