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OOB

Abbreviation for out of bed.
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Out-of-band (OOB) Authentication refers to an authentication process that utilizes communications channel and one of the potential types of two-factor authentication among enterprises that call for high security.
The subject of the order is the modernization of out-of-band (oob) management network through technical design and purchase, delivery and implementation in the it environment of the employer of network devices with installed system software (hereinafter referred to as devices) and licenses in the amount necessary to implement devices, in two locations of the ordering party together with the provision of an extended manufacturers website and service support for the contractor, including: 1.
where [x.sub.i] is a sample in the OOB data and [C.sub.i] is the class label of the sample [x.sub.i].
This agreement extends the exclusivity agreement signed on 9 May by EC Creative Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of SEII, and OOB HK.
The trade-off between misclassification errors and margin maximization is controlled by the parameter C, which is optimized using the OOB samples occurring at the same node.
Since the bootstrap performs sampling with replacement from the training set, its probability to be chosen as the out-of-bag (OOB) sample is [(1 - 1 /N).sup.N].
Samples in the test set, referred to as out-of-bag samples, comprise approximately one third of the entire dataset, and are used in order to estimate the out-ofbag (OOB) error, i.e., the classification error.
ZPE Systems has introduced its Nodegrid Services Router(TM) (NSR), a modular x86 open framework appliance designed for software-defined networking (SDN), SD-WAN, network function virtualization (NFV), DevOps, remote & branch offices and out of band (OOB) management capabilities, the company said.
(29) ma[??]aad [epsilon] fit[??] oob Mahad REL opened.2SM door 'It is Mahad that opened the door.' (30) muun [epsilon] fit[??] oob who REL opened.3SM door 'Who is it that opened the door?' In these examples, the initial phrases in both constructions are generally interpreted as focused phrases.
The RF performs an inbuilt cross-validation in parallel to the training process by using out-of-bag (OOB) samples, which are not chosen during the bootstrap split.
The elements not included in [X.sub.i] are referred to as out-of-bag (OOB) data for the corresponding bootstrap sample.