MLR


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MLR

Abbreviation for:
medical loss ratio
middle latency response
mixed leukocyte reaction
mixed lymphocyte reaction
multiple linear regression
myocardial laser revascularization (see there)

MLR

Myocardial laser revascularization, see there.
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Considerable uncertainty exists concerning the types of arrangements and levels of "administrative" expenses that might help achieve efficient, integrated care, and thus whether the MLR rules might discourage efficient arrangements that otherwise would be feasible.
The response of the MLR to humidity can be explained as follows.
Subsequently, the bench while summoning Ali Mardan, directed him to submit an affidavit regarding MLR and adjourned hearing till second week of the June.
The coefficients are as same as those in the MLR method, except that they are local rather than global coefficients and can be estimated by
For large-group coverage, the minimum MLR is 85% of revenue.
Consequently, Multiple Linear Regression (MLR) is used to study the relationship between a dependent variable and several independent variables; it minimizes the differences between actual values and predicted values and has been used to select the descriptors to be used as inputs in Multiple Non-Linear regression (MNLR) and Artificial Neural Network ANN (Multi-Layer Perceptron (MLP) and Radial Basis Function Networks (RBF) types).
As it is an initial-stage research, we are evaluating separately the performance of MLR system and the system with unequal channel spacings in both cases applying MMFs.
As forecasting algorithms, one linear model (the MLR) and three machine learning-based NLR algorithms (support vector regression (SVR), Gaussian process regression (GPR), and k-nearest neighbor regression (k-NN)) are employed.
The Center for Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight (CCIIO) has started posting the results of its examinations of health insurers' medical loss ratio (MLR) data on the Web.
With those words, published 100 years ago, the Monthly Labor Review (MLR, the Review)--originally called the Monthly Review--came into existence.
Now, the Ministry of Land and Resources' (MLR) expected third auction may be held up.