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of, relating to, or belonging to the Musaceae, a family of tropical flowering plants having large leaves and clusters of elongated berry fruits: includes the banana, edible plantain, and Manila hemp
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Comparison of quantitative parameters with p-values of cranial and dental variables of two sibling species of genus Mus. Populations compared are: for M.
Simulation results at different levels of cooperative SUs and various SNR levels confirmed that with the use of the one-to-many neighbor distance- and z-score-based GA, the system is able to produce more sophisticated detection results for the HDF schemes in the presence of MUs. The proposed GA-based MV-HDF (GAMV-HDF) is able to beat simple equal gain combination soft decision fusion (EGC-SDF), maximum gain combination soft decision fusion (MGC-SDF), and simple majority voting hard decision fusion (MV-HDF) schemes during PU channel recognition by keeping the error probability low with high detection and low false alarm results at different rates of cooperative SUs and SNR levels.
Recently, Petrou et al published a retrospective review of their experience with 21 patients that underwent salvage autologous fascial sling after failed RPR MUS. At 74 months of followup, 52% of patients remained dry.
Also, the GRA method proposed in [14] first forms a reverse auction where APs propose bids to the MNO, the MNO selects the most preferred APs and reject the rest, and pay APs based on a critical price, then the winning APs will serve its MUs. Due to the GRA method only applies to the condition when there is one MNO, in this paper, we added a step that APs proposed bids to multiple MNOs, when MNOs chose the winning APs and decided the paid price to each AP, each AP then accepted the price which maximize its utility and served for the corresponding MNO.
In the second article, Clarke (2016), an internist and gastroenterologist, presents a model for diagnosing and treating MUS. Guided by the literature and heavily influenced by his experience with more than 7,000 patients, Clarke shares an organized six-part diagnostic protocol and describes a professional stance to minimize patient embarrassment or resistance.
This questionnaire has good consistency and moderate reliability (Cronbach's alpha 0.80 and a test-retest reliability of 0.60, respectively) (10), but due to its low sensitivity and specificity compared to clinical diagnosis (15), and for the aims of this research, we also considered the diagnostic criteria of Reid et al., (kappa index 0.76-0.88), to be diagnosed as MUS. These criteria are having evidence of investigation of nonspecific symptoms, negative test results, and having a psychosocial factor that suggests the presence of a symptom or diagnosis of a medically unexplained syndrome (fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.) (9).
In this scenario, the flexible scheme can still keep the unsuccessful probability less than 5% when the MBS's load reaches 50 simultaneous active MUs. This figure proves that when CFAP's load of realtime services increases, it causes heavy interference to active MUs of the covering MBS.
As the decision of disengagement from the network is taken at the user level, this approach has no solution for dealing with MUs. Only consistently unreliable users (those with malfunctioning sensor or in deep fades) are restricted.
They also have higher risks of intraoperative bleeding and wound complications (including incisional hernias) than MUS. By contrast, MUS require 3 small 1-cm incisions and can be performed on an outpatient basis with local anesthesia and sedation.