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subdomain

A lower-level component of a domain name. For example, www.mycompany.com and support.mycompany.com are subdomains of mycompany.com, which is known as a "second level domain." See naked domain, zone and root domain.
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The comparison between SSBC schemes shows that, for CORDEX-SA domain, the SSBC_New shows more similar percentiles as APHRO but when moving to subdomain levels, SSBC_Def takes over the place of SSBC_New in performance.
Equations (1) and (5) in the mth subdomain can be discretized by using the conventional FEM as
Subdomain group differences between group means on overall physical self-worth are presented in Table 4.
PDQL-TR, HY and UPDRS total and subdomain scores were found to be significantly correlated with each other Many other studies showed similar results for the different versions of PDQL in the literature (28,29).
Chemical reactions for each subdomain are given below and details of the rate constants are given in table 3.
But the reliabilities of subtests developed to measure subdomain performance are generally too low (Haladyna & Kramer, 2004; Luecht, Brumfield, & Breithaupt, 2006).
We classified our data into four domains, each of which was then further divided into subdomains (see Table 1).
where G([u.sub.i], [v.sub.l]) is the evaluation of the Green's function at the point with parametric coordinates ([u.sub.i], [v.sub.l] in the jth subdomain. In this case, we choose W(x) - 1, so that f(x) is the product of G and J.
We plot the exact solution [~.u](x, t) in Figure 2(a), where we can see that the exact solution is almost zero except around "x = 0.5" due to the power "1999." The reason why we choose this function as the reference solution is that it is easy to intuitively see the evolution of the iterates [u.sup.k.sub.j] on subdomain x [member of] [[OMEGA].sub.j] during iterations, as shown in Figure 1.
In the second scenario, Tzeng said that China could use the same strategy it has employed to bully airlines to force the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to change Taiwan's .tw root domain to a subdomain or variant of China's .cn root domain.
As per the company's blog, there were two major flaws, the first one allowed them to take over a defunct subdomain "success.office.com," which was affiliated to a Microsoft Azure Web App service that is no longer available.