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com·bi·na·tion

(kom'bi-nā'shŭn),
1. The act of combining (that is, by joining, uniting, or otherwise bringing into close association) separate entities.
2. The state of being so combined.
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Yong, "Secret Communication Using Parallel Combinatory Spreading WFRFT," Communications Letters IEEE, vol.
Owing to the lack of a definite biomarker for the selection of patients who likely benefit from checkpoint inhibitor-based monotherapy, anti-PD-1/PD-L1-based combinatory therapies were designed.
This method may trigger HDR-, SSA-, and NHEJ-based knock-in and yield combinatory outcome.
By combining informational science, combinatory theories and studies about artificial intelligence, von Neumann elaborated a theory for creating self-reproducing machines, capable of building not just identical, but more complex mechanisms, possessing the same skills Anteo attributes to his automaton-creators.
These relatively low AUC values suggest that the Majority Voting Ensemble does not have good discriminatory power, and that Majority Voting is not a useful combinatory rule when the distribution of outcomes is highly skewed.
Field evaluations were carried out on 16 maize varieties, 11 of which are new experimental synthetic maize varieties, integrated from lines with different levels of inbreeding and selected for their good performance per se and high effects of general combinatory aptitude of the component lines (Andres-Meza et al., 2011).
Where earlier stages are articulated in terms of communication patterns (i.e., who talks to whom), the third stage expresses itself in terms of combinatory criteria and, as such, allows for specifying optimization of who talks best with whom; certain combinatory patterns are more likely to result in successful solutions, insights, or proposals than others.
This study established the benefit of upfront surgery for GIST recurrence regardless of response to adjuvant TKI therapy, while also highlighting the combinatory effect of these two treatment strategies.
Recently, it was shown that 3-HK can have chelating properties with metals as ferrous and also can scavenge O[H.sub.*] and ONO[O.sup.-] in chemical combinatory assays [39].
For the combinatory exposures, the 5 [micro]M concentration corresponds to exposure to 5 [micro]M of each of the chemicals and accordingly for the 50 and 500 [micro]M concentrations.
Interdisciplinary/Combinatory approaches: Interdisciplinary and combinatory approaches mentioning CS issues were reported in two articles: (a) In order for CS concepts be integrated into the teaching process, two simulations of known CGs, "Set" and "War," were implemented by teachers using the "Alice" software (Kelleher, 2006).
The combinatory reliability coefficient (CR) and Cronbach's alpha coefficient, evaluates the reliability of the measurement tool.