PANNS

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PANNSParallelized Artificial Neural Network Simulator (backpropagation neural network)
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We used analysis of variance with post-hoc Tukey test to compare the PANNS, BDI, BAI and Waldrop scores of patients with schizophrenia, their unaffected siblings and healthy controls.
Five-year-old Sam Hildrew with <Bthe 1lb 2oz flounder he caught at Panns Bank, while his dad Sean landed nothing
Duncan Smith fished Panns Bank and, using lug, took a codling of 5lb 3oz.
Eastenders have had two matches Ritchie Carr won their sweepstake with a codling of 4lb 1oz taken from South Shields pier, Jim Dobie took the top three places in their match at Panns bank with fish of 1lb 7oz, 1lb 70lb, & 1lb 5oz.
Ernie Hunter won Eastenders' match at the Golden Lion with a specimen of 2lb 5oz taken on his first cast, Jim Dobie winning their sweepstake at Panns Bank with one of 39cm.
The River Wear has given some good flounders, mainly on crab, between Panns Bank and Claxheugh.
However, the Wear is still producing good catches of flounder and coalfish, especially around Panns Bank and the Glass Centre.
Roker pier has been closed a lot of the time due to sea conditions, but the River Wear itself is giving some good flounders from the Glass Centre area, Panns Bank and Claxheugh on crab, worm and mackerel strip baits.
South Shields pier has given mackerel and herring, while in the Sunderland area Panns Bank is giving decent flounders on lugworm, with Roker pier producing mackerel and coalfish.
The first at Panns Bank produced coalfish, flounder, and blennies, Ian Bellfield taking 14 fish for 315cm and David Steel the longest - a flounder of 38cm.
Seahams Wilkinson Cup was won by George Curry with a flounder of 1.44lb, Jason French won Ambles match with three flounder for 2lb 4oz, Richie Carr won Eastenders match at Panns Bank with eighteen small fish for 490cm The Environment agency would like to hear from any angler who catches a shad (they look like large herring) or a smelt (best way to recognise a smelt is by smelling them, they smell like cucumber) both protected species, which have to be returned.