LVMS

AcronymDefinition
LVMSLas Vegas Motor Speedway
LVMSLong Valley Middle School (New Jersey)
LVMSLogical Volume Management System
LVMSLocust Valley Middle School (Locust Valley, New York))
LVMSLaborelec Vibration Monitoring System
LVMSLeft Ventricular Motion Score
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The RS analysis has revealed new local vibration modes (LVM) at 492 [cm.sup.-1] for 0.005 M C:ZnO, 494 [cm.sup.-1] for 0.015, and 475 [cm.sup.-1] for 0.01 C:ZnO, which may be used as a clear indication of the presence of C incorporated in ZnO lattice.
For the purpose of LVM analysis the normed [chi square] and the absolute fit indices such as goodness-of-fit (GFI), adjusted goodness-of-fit (AGFI), and parsimony goodness-of-fit (PGFI) were used (Bollen 1989).
Since all the indices of LVM 1 are well above the accepted cut-offs one fails to reject it (Table 3).
These tests were conducted in line with the z-prime method (MacKinnon et al 2002) to check for the statistical power of LVM 1 and discount the possibility of Type I error while exploring the strength of mediation.
Overall, the results of this study provide adequate support for the proposed LVM (LVM1).
LVM was calculated using the Devereux formula: mass (g) = 0.8 x {1.04 x [[(IVST + LVEDD + PWT).sup.3] - (LVEDD)3]} + 0.6 (Devereux et al., 1986), where the variables needed are measured in the diastole and expressed as centimeters.
In addition, there was a tendency for LVM per body weight to be greater and T wave amplitude in lead II to be higher in the active co-twins (18% and 15%, respectively, p = 0.08 for both).
Of these, LVM per body weight attained statistical significance.
Our twin study showed that a persistent physically active lifestyle during a period of over 30 years causes lowering of both resting heart rate and submaximal heart rate, and to some extent, also increased LVM relative to body weight.
There was a tendency for increased LVM per body weight in the active co-twins.
There is also a tendency toward an increased LVM per body weight and heightened T wave amplitude.