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GSR

Abbreviation for galvanic skin response.
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GSR

abbr.
galvanic skin response
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GSR

Abbreviation for galvanic skin response.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

GSR

Abbreviation for galvanic skin response.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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When we compare which input (R-R features, GSR features or Merged-M) provide better accuracy, on two datasets, the Asceratin and the Driving workload, the results are the same, on the Deap dataset, the R-R features provide better results, on the Cognitive Load dataset.
Facebook has yet to inform users who may have had their data taken by the GSR app and provided to Cambridge Analytica.
NSRs, which provide a measure of relative creditworthiness within a single country, are derived from global scale ratings (GSRs) using country-specific maps.
National scale ratings (NSRs), which provide a measure of relative creditworthiness within a single country, are derived from global scale ratings (GSRs) using country-specific maps.
Commenting on the sponsorship, Tim Chen, co-founder and CEO for InnJoo said: "ITU GSR is one of the most important regulatory events in the world and it's a privilege for us to be part of such an event.
ABSTRACT Monitoring gonad maturation for protandrous and functional hermaphrodite species such as the giant clam Tridacna maxima is difficult due to the juxtaposition and relative proportion of male and female tissues in the gonad [gonadal sex ratio (GSR)].
ISLAMABAD -- Ambassador of Pakistan to Turkey Sohail Mahmood Friday visited the Selcuk University, Konya and met Prof Dr Alim GsR, Dean, Faculty of Letters and Chairperson of Department of Urdu Language and Literature, Prof Dr Nuriye BILIK, and other Faculty members.
More than half of large financial services institutions intend to pour at least $200 million into projects to address global structural reform (GSR) regulations this year, new research shows.