The document in issue in the context of the overall provision of Section 31 is only referable
to a document submitted to the 3rd respondent which is the one exhibited and referred to in all the processes before the court.
Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) , which contain architecture consisting of multiple layers for deep learning, have been widely applied in a large number of image recognition tasks; the CNN with different parameters are trained and used for the feature learning of referable
DR of both fundus photographs and entropy images, respectively, in this study.
Once you have built a business that is "referable
", it's now time to systematize your referral process so that you can enjoy a steady stream of referrals.
But a spokesman for SAVE Britain's Heritage called the claims "nonsense" and added: "Only a small handful of major schemes would be referable
to the World Heritage Committee.
The study investigators concluded that EyeArt achieved acceptable sensitivity for referable
retinopathy when compared with a quality-assured, real world human grader working in a high volume clinical setting as a reference standard, and had specificity sufficient to make it a cost effective alternative to a purely manual grading approach.
The increase in survival has demonstrated a constellation of deficits in neurological development in the long term and many of these are potentially referable
to cerebellar damage.
"Are you sure they are referable
to drug dealing or might there be an innocent explanation?" he asked.
Each has a clearly defined area of specialization, one that makes them more readily referable
Cases with signs referable
to cardiac diseases were subjected to thorough physical examination, blood work electrocardiography and echocardiography to confirm the diagnosis of CHF.
Patients with symptoms referable
to an SVC aneurysm had clear iatrogenic causes , complications secondary to local mass effect , or pulmonary symptoms secondary to thromboembolism .
When a borrower lodges a complaint against the bank, the case is referable
only to Cypriot courts.
Qatar's laws do not expressly prevent a claimant from requesting a lump-sum amount of compensation by way of damages without breaking down the claim to show causation and loss referable
to individual events.