method, joint

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joint method

method, joint

method of joints

New Heuristic Methods for Joint Species Delimitation and Species Tree Inference

New methods for joint analysis of biological networks and expression data

Comparison of molecular and culture method in diagnosis of prosthetic joint infection

Wave propagation across non-linear rock joints based on time-domain recursive method

Stress wave propagation through viscous-elastic jointed rock masses using propagator matrix method (PMM)

A time-domain recursive method to analyse transient wave propagation across rock joints

The 6-joint ultrasonographic assessment: a valid, sensitive-to-change and feasible method for evaluating joint inflammation in RA

Controlling the joint local false discovery rate is more powerful than meta-analysis methods in joint analysis of summary statistics from multiple genome-wide association studies

A method for the joint inversion of geodetic and seismic waveform data using ABIC: application to the 1997 Manyi, Tibet, earthquake

Bony abnormalities of the hip joint: a new comprehensive, reliable and radiation-free measurement method using magnetic resonance imaging

Joint protection and hand exercises for hand osteoarthritis: an economic evaluation comparing methods for the analysis of factorial trials

Joint transmission and reflection traveltime tomography using the fast sweeping method and the adjoint-state technique

An efficient sequential strategy for realizing cross-gradient joint inversion: method and its application to 2-D cross borehole seismic traveltime and DC resistivity tomography

Need for a consensus on the methods by which to measure joint mobility and the definition of norms for hypermobility that reflect age, gender and ethnic-dependent variation: is revision of criteria for joint hypermobility syndrome and Ehlers–Danlos syndrome hypermobility type indicated?


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J. S. Mill proposed to unify two of his five canons of experimental inquiry, the method of agreement and the method of difference, in a third, the ‘joint method’: namely ...

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