MVN

AcronymDefinition
MVNMultivariate Normal (probability theory)
MVNMultivariate Normal Distribution (statistics)
MVNMalvern (Amtrak station code; Malvern, AR)
MVNMost Valuable Network (sports-related web site)
MVNMobile Virtual Network
MVNMount Vernon Net
MVNMission Viejo Nadadores (swimming group)
MVNMount Vernon, IL, USA - Mount Vernon Outland Airport (Airport Code)
MVNMohawk Valley Network (New York)
MVNMark L. Van Name (science fiction author)
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MVN provides video of accidents, fires and ribbon-cuttings for five Houston outlets.
The aim is to show that the distribution of X, denoted p(X), is MVN. We do this inductively by showing that if one has a collection of species like X that is MVN and includes the root species, and add one more species, Y, that is not ancestor to any of the species in X, then the joint distribution of X and Y is MVN.
Left EAN and MVN activity in those with fibromyalgia and in the healthy controls did not differ.
Unlike previous CGI (computer-generated imagery) techniques, the Xsens MVN suit is more accurate and requires no external cameras, emitters, markers or special lighting.
72-75 (discussion of MVN 17, 61): The author claims to have collated this text; however, her translation basically follows the edition of Pettinato, whereas the transliteration adds one line, leaves out another, and generally introduces errors to the original edition.
Some of this collection has previously been published in MVN 20 and MVN 21 (a history of the collection appears in the introduction to MVN 20).
(TSXV: MVN)(OTCQX: MDLNF), an independent, Canadian-based Argentina focused, upstream oil and gas company, has been honoured as a 2016 TSX Venture 50(R) company.
This is the fifth book in this series, which began with MVN 14, published in 1988.
[17] The mentions of gala-priests as fathers in Ur III administrative texts are more conclusive--for instance, 1 [u.sub.2]-x dumu gala (MVN 6,309 [ITT 4, 7319] rev.
281), the authors suggest that the expression a-hun-ga mu-kur-ra "depend du sens qu'il faut donner a MU; on peut ainsi comprendre: 'travailleurs embauches aux noms etrangers', ou bien: 'travailleurs embauches qui ont ete changes (ce qui pourrait peut-etre correspondre grosso modo aux nasihu des textes de Mari)." I believe that the latter suggestion is most probable, since in a few Ur III texts workers or recipients of rations are qualified as kur "replaced" (MVN 15, 66: 14-15; BCT 1, 131:18.
-a-a-kal-la, ensi de Sippar (et non pas seulement d'Umma), selon MVN XIII: 874 ii 7.
MVN 5 35 registers 30 udu sila[sub 4] sila[sub 4], MVN 5 44, of the same date as 13, registers 30 u[sub 8] sila[sub 4] sila[sub 4] and so does 38.(*) According to the low fodder rate of 1/3 quart per day the animals were lambs.