BIAU

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BIAUBrain Injury Association of Utah
BIAUBrain Injury Alliance of Utah
BIAUBrain Image Analysis Unit (est. 1996; UK)
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Further, more extensive research, possibly utilising face-to-face, semi-structured interviews should be conducted using a larger, random sample to produce generalisable results (Biau et al., 2008).
Biau, "Analysis of a random forests model," Journal of Machine Learning Research, vol.
The role of the modern translator has clearly shifted to post-editing, as Biau Gil and Pym (2006) pointed out: "Our translations might thus be expected to move away from the ideal of equivalence between fixed texts, becoming more like one set of revisions ...
(25.) Challeton de Vathaire C, Crescini D, Remenieras J, Biau A, Dubuquoy E, Cassagnou H, Bourguignon M, Masse R.
Going 'the full Cymraeg', he scratches the words 'Ni sydd biau fe nawr' - 'We own him now' - into the stone walls of his study and starts babbling in tongues (or possibly a heavy Valleys twang): "Please mister preacher man, pray for God to help me.
According to Biau and Biau, corruption in public institutions in Kenya has been a telling indicator of wider governance-related problems, such as lack of democratic space for Kenyan citizens and insufficient government interest in political reform.
Bowker (2005), as mentioned, has warned against a sort of 'blind faith' (over-reliance on TMs) and error propagation, while Pym and Biau Gil (2006; cf.
Social exchange theory Relational governance Johnston et ai (SET) mechanisms (2004), Biau (1964), Emerson such as trust and Prahinski and (1962), commitment can Benton Dwyer et al.