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ker·nel

(ker'nĕl),
The central portion of the software expression of a mathematical algorithm, as in computed tomography.
[O.E. cyrnel, a little corn]

kernel

whole grains and the meats of nuts and stone fruit pips or pits.
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Utilization of mango seed kernels for improving stability of some oils and biscuit production.
The general kernels such as linear, polynomial and Gaussian RBF kernels [11] [13] have been used for text classification.
In order to reduce the duplication of effort each vendor applies in maintaining the kernel for their devices, The Linux Foundation has announced the Long Term Support Initiative.
Currently, search for protectants to protect stored kernels against fungi and insects infestation focuses on agro-botanicals as preference to synthetic chemicals, which have adverse effects on human and the environment.
Bimodal distributions are probably derived from subpopulations derived from primary and secondary kernels from double-kernel spikelets (Doehlert et al.
Popcorn bursts into a fluffy treat when fluid in the kernel heats up.
To assess popping, the researchers sealed kernels and some shortening inside microwavable bags and heated them in a microwave oven for 2 minutes.
6 kernel and available for the Apple PowerPC G5, the world's first 64-bit desktop processor.
10 cups corn kernels, fresh (12 to 15 ears, depending on size) OR frozen (3 pounds)
In a study conducted by the U of M Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Department and the U of M Entomology Department, graduate students assessed the survivability of Indian meal moth larvae on three diets: 100 percent whole corn kernels, whole kernels mixed with five to seven percent broken kernels, and 100 percent broken kernels.
Broken kernels can be ground into flour to produce items such as baby foods and waffle mixes where whole kernels are not important.
Part II explores supervised image classification including Super Vector Machines (SVMs), kernel discriminant analysis, multi-temporal image classification, target detection with kernels, and Support Vector Data Description (SVDD) algorithms for anomaly detection.