MDAT


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MDAT

A designer-type recreational drug which, in the pure form, is non-neurotoxic and acts as a serotonin-releasing agent.
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Only for 3 tools (Ten Questions Questionnaire, GMCD, and MDAT), we identified information on 4 or more of the feasibility criteria.
Four tools (DSS, GMCD, MDAT, and Ten Questions Questionnaire) had good psychometric properties (over 80%).
Only four tools (DSS, GMCD, MDAT, and Ten Questions Questionnaire) were found to have adequate overall psychometric properties defined as sensitivity and specificity equal to or greater than 80%.
To start with, the MDAT was conceived as a true, integrated Lockheed-Martin and JSF program office team effort.
From those, 12 reference missions were constructed and analyzed in the MDAT. The 12 reference missions were stressing cases for the air system that emphasized the missions that the Services identified as top priorities for JSF.
The Stsz atom is the sample size, Stco atom is chunk offset, Mdat atom is frame media data, and Stts atom includes the time to sample.
(3) Any unnecessary media data in the Mdat atom is deleted because Mdat atom has the previous media data.
Since each VOP (Video Object Plane) has a distinct video-start-code based on MPEG-4 video standards [23], frames are extracted from the video data in Mdat, B-frame is dropped and I- and P-frames are moved to the locations of B-frames.
Another commonly used nodal map was the Mountain-Dresler modification of the American Thoracic Society (MDATS) by countries other than Japan.
These two nodal maps had discrepant definitions of subcarinal space nodes: Naruke map defined them as station 10 (N1) while MDATS map considered them as station 7 (N2) (9).