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Fast parametric time warping of peak lists

373 Time to peak systolic strain rate is not a reliable index of regional myocardial function

Signal preserving and seismic random noise attenuation by Hurst exponent based time–frequency peak filtering

Tissue Doppler imaging in the left ventricle and right ventricle in healthy children: normal age-related peak systolic velocities, timings, and time differences

832 Coronary revascularization resynchronises left ventricular incoordination and normalises total filling time at peak stress in patients with coronary artery disease

Estimation of the Time Elapsed Between Exposure and Readout Using Peak Ratios of LiF:Mg,Cu,P (MCP-N,GR200A)

Time-Evolution of Peak Energy and Luminosity Relation within Pulses for GRB 061007: Probing Fireball Dynamics

Nonlinear Stochastic Biasing of Peaks and Halos: Scale-Dependence, Time-Evolution, and Redshift-Space Distortion from Cosmological N-body Simulations

Robust partially mode-dependent energy-to-peak filtering for discrete-time Markovian jump systems with partly unknown transition probabilities

Reduced‐order filtering with energy‐to‐peak performance for discrete‐time Markovian jumping systems

Identification of a core set of signature cell cycle genes whose relative order of time to peak expression is conserved across species

Twin-peak quasi-periodic oscillations and the kinematics of orbital motion in a curved space–time

161 Home based exercise training by electrical muscle stimulation in chronic heart failure improves peak V02, exercise time and leg muscle strength

158 Comparison of time to peak velocity measurements by tissue synchronization imaging and 2-dimensional strain, a novel software to coronary angiography in patient with suspected coronary disease


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The period of television airtime, usually the middle part of the evening, for which the highest advertising rate is charged as during this period the highest number of people are viewing.

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