MRRSMedical Readiness Reporting System (US Navy; formerly known as RAMIS)
MRRSMulti-Role Radar System
MRRSMarket Research, Reports and Services
MRRSModular Remote Replication System
MRRSMateriel Readiness Reporting System
MRRSMobile Remote Receiving System
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"The Latvian industry has been an important partner during the development and production of the Lockheed Martin TPS-77 MRRs. This support will help strengthen Latvia's Industrial Capability," said Rick Cordaro, program director, Lockheed Martin Ground Based Radar
Smolarczyk, "Multilook technique for dominant scatterer removal in SAR images," in Proceedings of the Microwaves, Radar and Remote Sensing Symposium (MRRS '08), pp.
We also measured the mean of R-R interval (MRR), standard deviation of normal to normal R-R intervals (SDNN), and root mean square of successive heartbeat interval differences (RMSSDs), which can be used for analyzing heart rate variability.
As performance measures, we use the mean reciprocal rank (MRR) over top 20 returns, top 1 hit rate, top 10 hit rate and top 20 hit rate.
In addition, the satellite R([lambda]) estimates in the blue are usually too low, resulting in too low satellite MRR (Figure 10); therefore satellite Chla is too high.
Second, progress was made in accounting for and measuring the performance and results of many government programs, which built on the MRRS framework (Lindquist, Clark and Mitchell 2004: 340).
Childhood liver cancer MRRs were 9-14 times higher for those exposed as young children as compared with controls (Liaw et al.
Mundt, "Radar and wind turbines--RCS theory and results for objects on the ground and in finite distances," in Proceedings of the 3rd Microwaves, Radar and Remote Sensing Symposium (MRRS '11), pp.
Navy Medicine Online currently serves as data broker for Navy Medicine, by collecting individual readiness information from legacy Navy Medicine data systems, such as SAMS, Dental Common Access System (DENCAS) and Navy Medical Board Online Tracking System (MEDBOLTS), and transmitting select information to the Medical Readiness Reporting System (MRRS) to support DoD Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) reporting, Defense Health Information Management System (DHIMS), Force Health Protection and other Navy systems.
Sailors can now review IMR medical and dental data from the Medical Readiness Reporting System (MRRS) via BUPERS Online (BOL).
To illustrate the net effect of false-positive and false-negative reporting of UCODs on infant mortality statistics, mortality rate ratios (MRRs) (the ratios of rates determined according to the original UCODs versus those determined according to the new UCODs) were estimated for infants aged less than 28 days (perinatal period) and infants aged more than 28 days (postneonatal period) (19).
"But throughout much of '07, we were looking at things six months later without confirmation of payment after trying and trying to get these MRRs filled out."