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Geometrical Foundations of Asymptotic Inference
Overview and Preliminaries. ONE-PARAMETER CURVED EXPONENTIAL FAMILIES. First-Order Asymptotics. Second-Order Asymptotics. MULTIPARAMETER CURVED EXPONENTIAL FAMILIES. Extensions of Results from theExpand
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Functional Communication in Individuals with Chronic Severe Aphasia Using Augmentative Communication
Intervention incorporating augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is often implemented with adults with aphasia, although studies do not always specify the approaches and strategies used.Expand
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Genetic characterization of the Capra hircus papillomavirus: a novel close-to-root artiodactyl papillomavirus.
The healthy skin of a seven-year-old female goat (Capra hircus) was sampled with a cotton tip swab. Total genomic DNA was extracted from the sample and subjected to multiply primed rolling-circleExpand
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Transcriptomic molecular markers for screening human colon cancer in stool and tissue.
There is a need for sensitive and specific diagnostic molecular markers that can be used to monitor early patterns of gene expression in non-invasive exfoliated colonocytes shed in the stool, and inExpand
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Genus-wide Bacillus species identification through proper artificial neural network experiments on fatty acid profiles
Gas chromatographic fatty acid methyl ester analysis of bacteria is an easy, cheap and fast-automated identification tool routinely used in microbiological research. This paper reports on theExpand
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Vitamin B-12 content in breast milk of vegan, vegetarian, and nonvegetarian lactating women in the United States.
Background The nutritional profile of human milk varies significantly between women, and the impact of maternal diet on these variations is not well understood. Objective We analyzed breast-milkExpand
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Evaluation Criteria for Discrete Confidence Intervals
Confidence intervals for discrete distributions are often evaluated only by coverage and expected length. We discuss two additional criteria, p-confidence and p-bias. The choice of these criteria isExpand
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Funky offices: Reflections on office design in the ‘new economy’
This paper discusses office design in the ‘new economy’. Office buildings of dot.com companies seem to be dominated by colourful materials, luxurious facilities such as gyms or lounge areas andExpand
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Summary Confidence intervals for parameters of distributions with discrete sample spaces will be less conservative (i.e. have smaller coverage probabilities that are closer to the nominal level)Expand
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