LASSO


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AcronymDefinition
LASSOLeast Absolute Shrinkage and Selection Operator
LASSOLaser Synchronization from Stationary Orbit
LASSOLong and Short Strategic Opportunities (investing)
LASSOlaser search and secure observer
LASSOLogistics Automation System Support Office
LASSOLaser Synchronization from Synchronous Orbit
LASSOLasallian Supervised Schools Office (Phillippines)
LASSOLight Antisurface Semiautomatic Optical
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A HUNTER who had lassoed a Bear was trying to disengage himself from the rope, but the slip-knot about his wrist would not yield, for the Bear was all the time pulling in the slack with his paws.
The moment my lasso was released and Sir Sagramor had been assisted to his tent, I hauled in the slack, took my station and began to swing my loop around my head again.
Next, I noticed Mer- lin gliding away from me; and then I noticed that my lasso was gone!
To the astonishment of that little world, I lassoed Sir Lamorak de Galis, and after him Sir Galahad.
Ali suddenly cast aside his chibouque, drew the lasso from his pocket, threw it so skilfully as to catch the forelegs of the near horse in its triple fold, and suffered himself to be dragged on for a few steps by the violence of the shock, then the animal fell over on the pole, which snapped, and therefore prevented the other horse from pursuing its way.
He ran his mind along the line of conservative policy, which went steadily from Lord Salisbury to Alfred, and gradually enclosed, as though it were a lasso that opened and caught things, enormous chunks of the habitable globe.
To which he added, in a small complicated hand, ending with a long lean flourish, not unlike a lasso thrown at all the rest of the names: Blandois.
As she rode alone, the fronds of breast-high ferns seemed to caress her with outstretched and gently-detaining hands; strange wildflowers sprang up through the parting underbrush; even the granite rocks that at times pressed closely upon the trail appeared as if cushioned to her contact with star-rayed mosses, or lightly flung after her long lassoes of delicate vines.
The researchers found that the best-performing algorithm was obtained with LASSO and had an AUC of 0.86 (95 percent confidence interval [CI], 0.82 to 0.90) for identification of incident HIV infections in the development cohort and 0.91 (95 percent CI, 0.81 to 1.00) and 0.77 (95 percent CI, 0.74 to 0.79) on prospective and external validation, respectively.
After he had corralled the pair, he employed his lasso skills.
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