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CVVice Commander (USAF)
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CVCount Value
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CVCharacter Voice
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CVCentral Vermont Railway
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CVCampus Village
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CVSchedule V Controlled Substance (USA)
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CVChallenge Valley (activity, Camp Yawgoog, BSA)
CVContainer Vacuum
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CVClandestine Vulnerability
CVCarrier, General Purpose (US Navy)
CVCache Verification
CVControl Vertices Curve (form of NURBS)
CVChariot Ventures, LLC (Hong Kong)
CVCras Ves'pere (tomorrow evening)
CVCentrum Vzdelávání (Czech: Education Center)
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The estimates of genetic parameters of variability viz., phenotypic coefficient of variation (PCV), genotypic coefficient of variation (GCV), heritability in broad sense and genetic advance as percent of mean are presented in Table 4.
In order for drippers to be classified into quality categories, the coefficient of variation (CV) is used.
Simulation of spray volume distribution along the spray bar using TVI-800075 ceramic spray nozzles, considering different arrangements (working pressure and height of bar) that had coefficient of variation lower than 7%
In the same test, the control group obtained an average of 11.7 [+ or -] 3.23 seconds in the initial testing with a coefficient of variability of 18.384%, indicating an average homogeneity group and an average of 15.9 [+ or -] 2, 84 seconds on the final test, with a coefficient of variation of 14.876%, increasing it to nominal values by 3.508%, also indicating a mean of homogeneity.
Caption: Figure 3: Relation between the coefficient of variation and number of tasters in Robusta/Conilon coffee for fragrance (a), flavor (b), acidity (c), and sweetness (d).
The coefficient of variation only indicates the extent of total variability present for a character and does not split the variability into heritable and nonheritable portions as reported [21, 22].
The average wetted depth of inline is 26.56 cm with standard deviation of 1.46 cm and the coefficient of variation was 5.82 % and the average witted depth of online is 26.85 cm with standard deviation of 1.41 cm and the coefficient of variation was 5.26 %.
Considering the animal production area, some attempts of the coefficient of variation classification were made by JUDICE et al.
Coefficient of Variation signifies greater dispersion in self concept score (27.16) than skill score (17.33) denoting skills to be more precise than self concept among Children with Visual Impairment.
Not expected is that the coefficient of variation CV([DELTA]F) of the maximum [F.sub.max] and minimum torque [F.sub.min] after 5 minutes of vulcanization at 210[degrees]C seems not to depend on the throughput.
where [CV.sub.i] denotes the coefficient of variation of [X.sub.i] which is computed from [square root of (var([X.sub.i]))]/E([X.sub.i]).
(1) there are no drastic changes for the coefficient of variation CV of nonbiomarkers;
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