FNR


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FNRForestry and Natural Resources (various universities)
FNRFonds National de la Recherche (French: National Fund for Research; Luxembourg)
FNRFachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe (German: Agency for Renewable Resources)
FNRFrais de Notaire Reduits (French; Reduced Notary Cost)
FNRFast Neutron Reactor
FNRFunk Night Records (record label)
FNRFile Name Record
FNRFerredoxin NADP+ Reductase
FNRFalse Negative Rate
FNRFor No Reason
FNRFind and Replace
FNRFord Nuclear Reactor
FNRFermetures Neuf et Rénovation (French renovation company)
FNRFuture Net Revenue
FNRFriday Night Ride
FNRFull Needle Rib (knitting)
FNRFlexible Numbering Register
FNRFixed Network Reconfiguration
FNRFinal Notice of Recommendation (education)
FNRFrequency Normalization Response (RF tuner gain calibration technique)
FNRFumarate Nitrate Reductase Regulation
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The sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive values (PPV) and negative predictive values (NPV), and false positive rates (FPR) and false negative rates (FNR) of preoperative sampling histological diagnosis when compared to hysterectomy findings as gold standard were 58.3%, 90%, 70%, 81.8%, 30.1%, and 18.2% (Table 2).
The lower the values of ME, FPR, and FNR, the better the segmentation.
New Delhi [India], May 7 ( ANI ): As a part of Walking the Naga initiative, members of the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) reached out to the Naga community residing in New Delhi.
Based on these measurement elements, the accuracy (ACC), precision rate (PR), recall rate (RR), F-Measure, FPR, and FNR are applied to evaluate the performance of the fusion techniques.
In addition, the true-positive rate TPR (the percentage of positive instances correctly classified), the false-positive rate FPR (the percentage of negative instances misclassified), the false-negative rate FNR (the percentage of positive instances misclassified), and the true-negative rate TNR (the percentage of negative instances correctly classified) are also widely employed.
Figures 2 and 3 and Tables A10 and A11 also showed that the gs method had significantly smaller FPR and FNR than the other 16 methods, except that the gs method had significantly higher median FNR in SimI (Figure 2).
Image TPR TNR FPR FNR JI DC F100 0.8196 0.9946 0.0054 0.1804 0.7628 0.8655 F110 0.9132 0.9933 0.0067 0.0868 0.8376 0.9116 F120 0.9072 0.9921 0.0079 0.0928 0.8187 0.9003 F130 0.8446 0.9926 0.0074 0.1554 0.7357 0.8477 T2100 0.7533 0.9953 0.0047 0.2467 0.7071 0.8284 T2110 0.9006 0.9936 0.0064 0.0994 0.8293 0.9067 T2120 0.8433 0.9921 0.0079 0.1567 0.7610 0.8643 T2130 0.8114 0.9930 0.0070 0.1886 0.7127 0.8322 Average 0.8492 0.9933 0.0067 0.1508 0.7706 0.8696 Table 3: Picture statistical measures obtained for the flair modality images.
Accuracy, TPR, TNR, FPR and FNR Equations Accuracy = (TP + TN) / (TP + FN + FP + TN) TPR=TP/(TP + FN) TNR=TN/(FP + TN) FNR =FN / (TP + FN) FPR=FP/(FP + TN) - FP: total number of false positive - TP: total number of true positive - FN: total number of false negative - TN: total number of true negative Figure 7 shows the main equations of accuracy, TNR, TPR, FPR, and FNR.
Therefore, there were initial major concerns about the false-negative rate (FNR) and the feasibility and reliability of SLNB after NACT.
(Note that there are also the terms False Positive Rate, which is l-[Specificity], and False Negative Rate, which is l-[Sensitivity]; strictly speaking, then, the FPR [false positive rate] could stand in for specificity, and the FNR [false negative rate] for sensitivity in our ability to fully appreciate the performance reliability of an assay).