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end points

In vector graphics, the two ends of a line (vector). In 2D graphics, each end point is typically two numbers representing coordinates on the x-axis and y-axis. In 3D, each end point is made up of three numbers representing coordinates on the x-axis, y-axis and z-axis.
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While this seems simple, stitching corresponding darts to perfectly aligned end points requires a very well-trained eye and a considerable amount of practice.
End points that support extensible markup language (XML) and telephony application programming interfaces (TAPIs) are gaining traction, as these enable independent developers and user companies to build their own customized applications.
End points were adjudicated by the clinical events committee blinded to treatment assignment.
Two of these standards efforts, in particular, are designed to help reduce latency at the end points by lessening the impact of the TCP/IP transmission protocol that sits atop Ethernet.
Mechanistically based in vitro tests for ocular irritation likely will depend on a) well-characterized ocular cellular models, b) assays that measure biochemical end points of cellular injury, and c) a database of human responses.
The tight-control patients, having achieved a mean blood pressure of 144/82 mm Hg at 9 years, had 24% fewer diabetes-related end points, 32% fewer diabetes-related deaths, 44% fewer strokes, and 37% fewer microvascular end points than did the less-tight-control group, who had mean blood pressures of 154/87 mm Hg (BMJ 317[7160]:703-13, 1998).
Equipped with unique voice and video features, the viaIP MCU, now with SIP functionality, enables enterprises and service providers to build a powerful visual communications architecture for today's network and be assured of future operability with new, emerging protocols and end points for video telephony," Barak continues.
The company's innovative approach to virtualization fundamentally changes the way corporate end points work to make them inherently more secure and manageable while delivering unmatched performance to the end user.
For every 10-mm Hg increase in ambulatory systolic blood pressure at baseline, the relative risk for these three end points combined (cardiovascular death, ischemic heart disease, and stroke) increased by 35%.
Although, on the face of it, this may seem like a reasonable way to inject rigor into a complicated process, placing overly strict limitations on interpretation of gene expression data ensures that only the end points now assessed by traditional toxicology tests will be the end points considered in the future.
Navigator connects with Mapopolis PlaceGuides which provide business locations that can be used as start or end points.
NEW YORK -- Neocleus, a software pioneer leveraging its revolutionary approach to end point virtualization to transform the way end points operate, will address attendees at the Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA) Threat Management & Information Security Seminar, Jan.