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SSM is a normalized measure of spike synchrony that is parameter-free, time-scale adaptive and sensitive to both spike rate and the number of coincident spikes [5].
Spikes opted not to participate in the Patriots' voluntary offseason workout program last month and instead trained on his own in Florida.
The Spikes Browser introduces true hardware separation between the user's computer and the browser, eliminating web malware infections of the user's computer.
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Dokuyuca and Akaya [10] while the path analysis of wheat genotypes for yield and its components reported that the number of spikes per square meter and grain weight per spike had a positive and direct effect on grain yield and grain number per spike had indirect and positive effect on yield of grain weight.
T]} of spikes generation is defined as follows (Pfister J.
I HAVE had an email from a golfer who asks: "What are the best spikes to wear for summer and winter on a hilly Northumberland course?
Typically, spikes in cases last two to three weeks and occur at the beginning of summer, the start of holidays and in January, Department of Coroner Director Anthony Hernandez said.
On the surfaces of many glaciers high in the Andes Mountains, towering spikes of snow called penitentes crowd the terrain like legions of white ghosts.
Power problems caused by small surges, spikes and sags in the electricity supply cause 15 times more problems today than viruses," says Bahram Mechanic, CEO of SmartPower Systems Inc.