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modal analysis

modal analysis

modal analysis

A Modal Analysis of Presupposition and Modal Subordination

The Conditional Analysis and Modal Stability

The Modal Status of the Lewisian Analysis of Modality

An analysis of empirical testing for modal decision procedures

Classificatory Aspects of Counts-as: An Analysis in Modal Logic

Contemporary Diagnostic Imaging Modalities for the Staging and Surveillance of Melanoma Patients: a Meta-analysis

The use of treatment modality specific analysis according to Selwood in epidemiological studies.

Modal and thermal analysis of Les Arches unstable rock column (Vercors massif, French Alps)

Modal analysis of 2-D sedimentary basin from frequency domain decomposition of ambient vibration array recordings

Exploring the Discourse on Communication Modality After Cochlear Implantation: A Foucauldian Analysis of Parents’ Narratives

SP394TOTAL COST ANALYSIS IN SWEDEN, COMPARISON OF 4 DIFFERENT DIALYSIS MODALITIES

The burden of chronic disorders on hospital admissions prompts the need for new modalities of care: A cross-sectional analysis in a tertiary hospital

A retrospective clinical analysis of pharmacological modalities used for symptomatic relief of Raynaud's phenomenon in children treated in a UK paediatric rheumatology centre

Combined modality therapy versus chemotherapy alone as an induction regimen for primary central nervous system lymphoma: a cost-effectiveness analysis

MB-27PATHWAY ANALYSIS OF A HUMAN NEURAL STEM CELL MODEL OF AGGRESSIVE MEDULLOBLASTOMA REVEALS CKD INBHIBITION AS A POTENTIAL THERAPEUTIC MODALITY

Interannual variability in size structure, age, and growth of jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) assessed by modal progression analysis

 

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The determination of the mode of a rock, usually carried out by point counting using an automatic point counter attached to a polarizing microscope.

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