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Relevant; clinically meaningful.

pertinent negative

An element of the patient's history that aids diagnosis because the patient denies that it is present.

pertinent positive

An element of a patient's history that aids diagnosis because the patient affirms that it is present.
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Our aim for BlueVenn Relevance is to showcase easy-to-implement technologies that help marketers to understand what can be achieved through personalization.
The Deep Relevance AI models then extract information from these signals and include them in the behavioral risk analysis.
Brand relevance refers to people's awareness of the relevance between two stimuli where a high level of awareness enhances their cognitive process (Sanbonmatsu et al.
Relevance New York focuses on both brand building and strategic public relations and is comprised of a leadership team with more than 75 years of collective experience in key markets around the world.
Proposed is to use fuzzy sets when describing objects and database queries to facilitate the relevance evaluation.
But do we have that relevance or competitive edge today?
Evaluating Excellence - Defining Choices that Lead to Relevance, as the subtitle suggests, defines ten choices that when applied will lead to relevance.
Race for Relevance proposes a very different looking association that includes changes to the following:
These schemes also ignore the relevance of information and inject the surplus information in network.
This advice offers important and useful insight into the machinations of the seller, by addressing the fundamental barrier to success: Relevance to your customers, from their perspective.
The value of a relevance ranking, be it a percentage or a "star" graphic, is that it provides an indication of the point at which the long tail of largely irrelevant search results starts.