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right shift

In hematology, the presence of large numbers of abnormally mature neutrophils in the circulating blood.
Synonym: shift to the right See: Arneth's classification of neutrophils
See also: shift
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= [B.sub.e] and cout/bout = 1, then Right shift result, increment result exponent (e.g., if result is 10.1xx ...) Continue until MSB of data is 1.
On the other hand, a few of researchers have concentrated on designing the required circuits for reversible floating-point units, thus this research proposed optimized reversible binary logarithmic right shift barrel shifter & GRS-bit Generation Component and binary normalization barrel shifter for floating point arithmetic for the first time.
Cerebral asymmetry in twins: Predictions of the right shift theory.
For this reason, attempts have been made to quantify the neutrophil right shift. There are at least three methods to accomplish this:
Absence of the RS factor was suggested from the first formulation of the RS theory (Annett, 1972) to be a possible cause of dyslexia, because the factor was expected to be associated with left hemisphere advantage for speech as well as right shift for handedness.
VOS[O.sub.4] produced dose-dependent constriction of pulmonary arteries in isolated perfused lungs and pulmonary arterial rings and a right shift of the acetylcholine-dependent vasorelaxation curve.
There was also a negative association between left shift and duration of symptoms (P=.001) and a positive association between right shift and duration of symptoms (P=.01) for all patients, suggesting that influenza patients develop a left shift at onset of infection and later convert to a right shift.
Action command: Forward, backward, left shift, right shift, left rotation, and right rotation (20 degrees a second) (these abstracted action commands will be decomposed into more primitive motor commands in the future)
It is easy to verify now that the transition from [R.sub.j] to [R.sub.j+1] amounts to no more than a right shift of [R.sub.j] and an AND operation with [S.sub.i], where [s.sub.i] = [t.sub.j+1].
Wolfgang Franz examines the screening version of the hysteresis model and, using German data, produces empirical support for the view that the increased share of long-term unemployment may explain the right shift of the "Beveridge curve"--the unemployment/vacancy rate relationship.
The boss added:"I just want to mention Paul Rutherford again, I think he put in a right shift again for us and made things happen, I am delighted for everybody and it is nice to bounce back from Saturday."
Majority of them show broad base curve, few cases with short peak and with left or right shift. Abnormal histograms with bimodal broad peak are also noted (4%).