Defining `events’

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  • High-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol levels are a strong inverse predictor of cardiovascular events. However, it is not clear whether this association is maintained at very low levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol. METHODS A post hoc analysis of the recently completed Treating to New Targets (TNT) study assessed the predictive value of HDL cholesterol levels in 9770 patients.

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  • Event-based summarization attempts to select and organize the sentences in a summary with respect to the events or the sub-events that the sentences describe. Each event has its own internal structure, and meanwhile often relates to other events semantically, temporally, spatially, causally or conditionally.

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  • We investigate independent and relevant event-based extractive mutli-document summarization approaches. In this paper, events are defined as event terms and associated event elements. With independent approach, we identify important contents by frequency of events. With relevant approach, we identify important contents by PageRank algorithm on the event map constructed from documents. Experimental results are encouraging.

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  • Objectives of the Lesson Delegates and Events is introduce delegates and events (defining delegate types, invoking through delegates, registering multiple targets); discuss design benefits of using delegates.

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  • Chapter 3 - Planning the greener event. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: How to use research to form a green team of staff and stakeholders; how to conduct a green SWOT analysis; how to design an event that defines your triple bottom line commitment to people, planet, and profit;...

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  • Chapter 5 - Green light: Sustainable transportation. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: How transportation helps to define the event experience, how meeting and event locations shape transportation needs, how to partner with existing public transport infrastructure for event success, why it’s better to travel together,…

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  • Chapter 11 - Greener meeting and event marketing. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: How to define features, benefits, and values to create an offer for your meeting or event, how various demographic segments perceive greener meetings and events, how to use online media and social networking to connect to attendees,…

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  • This book came about during a conversation at an Association for Coaching event in London. Katherine Tulpa and I reflected on the need for a single guide to coaching practice that would bring current issues together. With the help of the back of an envelope and a delayed train from King’s Cross station this book moved from a vague conversation over coffee to a book proposal. The simple idea was to bring together the top English-speaking coaching writers to contribute to a single book.

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  • As I was completing the manuscript for the first edition of A History of Modern Computing, I found myself anxiously looking over my shoulder, worrying that some new development in computing would render what I had just written obsolete. My concern was well grounded: as I was writing the final chapter, at least one event occurred that threatened to upset the narrative structure I had erected.

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  • The Family Health Survey sampling frame consists of all Wisconsin households with a working landline telephone. In 2008, the sample design for selecting telephone numbers for the survey divided the state into eight sample strata, seven of which were defined geographically. Five strata were comprised of regional county groupings and two strata were defined as Dane and Brown counties. Telephone area code/prefix combinations from these seven strata were randomly sampled at varying rates, designed to provide a useable sample for several parts of the state.

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  • The American Nurses Association (ANA) Social Policy Statement of 1980 was the first to define nursing as the diagnosis and treatment of human responses to actual and potential health problems. This definition, when combined with the ANA Standards of Practice, has provided impetus and support for the use of nursing diagnosis. Defining nursing and its effect on client care supports the growing awareness that nursing care is a key factor in client survival and in the maintenance, rehabilitative, and preventive aspects of healthcare.

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  • The present book is based on the lectures delivered by the author in the past few years as part of the Criminal Law course of the Faculty of Law at the Ono Academic College. There has been little research on the principle of legality in modern criminal law, although this is one of the most ancient legal principles of human society. In recent generations there have been several attempts to define the principle conclusively, but only with regard to some of its aspects. No comprehensive definition of the principle of legality has been attempted to date....

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  • Inform or Explain: Writing to inform or explain requires students to integrate complex information from multiple sources in a lucid fashion, such as facts about a new technological application or a set of workplace procedures. To achieve coherence, students must illustrate the connections between ideas and events, such as cause and effect. Students also must organize their description or explanation in a manner appropriate to the context, responding to the specific needs of the reader by both covering the relevant ground and anticipating confusions that might arise.

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  • Eligibility All work entered in the ADDY competition must have first appeared in the media between January 1 and December 31, 2012. With the exceptions of Public Service Advertising, Advertising for the Arts, and Advertising Industry Self Promotion categories, work entered must have been the result of paid creative services and media placement in the normal course of business (excluding student entries). Entries must be submitted in the CBSA, DMA or MSA of the entrant (as defined by Arbitron or Nielsen for your local market).

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  • In this paper, we present an audio-based event detection approach shown to be effective when applied to the Sports broadcast data. The main benefit of this approach is the ability to recognise patterns that indicate high levels of crowd response which can be correlated to key events.

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  • The primary purpose of this study is to measure the level of disproportionate impact between credit scores and race/ethnicity, and credit scores and socioeconomic status. Disproportionate impact is defined as the bivariate relationship between credit scores and the independent variable of interest, such as race/ethnicity or income. That is, for purposes of measuring the level of disproportionate impact, no attempt is made to control for possible confounding variables, or factors that might explain a disproportionate impact should one be identified.

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  • Our client is a marketing agent of an internet marketing company, who provides different services like dial up services and the broadband services. They want a website for the interactive and entertainment purpose of the Employees. II.Problem Definication 1. Problem Abstraction In large companies or organizations with huge number of staff, the event organization and management face with many difficulties. Therefore, there is little opportunities for staff to communicate and sharing that make the working environment become inactive and reduce the working efficiency.

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  • Event detection is one of the required services in sensor network applications such as environmental monitoring and object tracking. Composite event detection faces several challenges.The first challenge is uncertainty caused by variety of factors, while the second one is heterogeneity of sensor nodes in sensing capabilities. Finally, distributed detection,which is vital to facilitate uncovering composite events in large scale sensor networks, is challenging.

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  • One of Wall’s theses is that the fusion of art and non-art is in a sense an illusion, a mimetic operation that leaves the institutional art context fully intact. Non-artistic phenomena, including various forms of economic and social activity, make their ‘second appear- ance’ in, or rather as, art. Artists and curators appropriate these activities without actually having to leave the institutional domain of art. The heteronomy of contemporary art is, in Wall’s term, a ‘pseudo-heteronomy’....

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