On the whole, this book is a welcome addition to the growing library of coherence
function is given by [tau] where it gives the noise pressure fluctuations at two hydrophones namely x and y.
The Lisbon Treaty (2009) set up the European External Action Service (EEAS) to ensure coherence
and cooperation between various institutional actors on development policies of the EU and its external actions.
is an in-memory grid and distributed caching solution that enables enterprises to scale mission- critical applications.
While direct evidence is limited, evidence suggestive of the appetitive properties of coherence
Next, we evaluated the effect of varying the Tikhonov regularization parameter [lambda] on detection performance of MNE, independently, for power and for coherence
2) The mutual coherence
of the dictionary is reduced by alternately restricting the tightness and coherence
, which gives a significantly higher incoherence than those reports in [21, 22].
The structures used in the sample sentence (a) and explained with the concept of referential coherence
in Spooren and Sanders (2008) are described as cohesion structures in the literature (see Halliday & Hasan, 1976: 4-43; Gunay 2007: 71-82).
MATERIALS AND METHODS: In this study a total of 48 eyesof48 patients with a clinical diagnosis of central serous chorioretinopathy, were evaluated with spectral domain optical coherence
tomography between June 2011 to June 2013 in the department of ophthalmology.
However, lack of coherence
among diverse stakeholders may result in working at cross-purposes, competition for funding, duplication of effort and suboptimal economies of scale.
Lorene Scafaria as Lee, left, and Nicholas Brendon as Mike in Coherence
ideal permeates much of the law of statutory interpretation, but one body of doctrine that it has particularly influenced is the set of standards that federal courts use to determine when a newly enacted statute overrides preexisting legal rules.