PLMS


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AcronymDefinition
PLMSPeriodic Limb Movements in Sleep
PLMSPalms
PLMSProduct Lifecycle Management System
PLMSProceedings of the London Mathematical Society
PLMSPine Lake Middle School (Issaquah, Washington)
PLMSPleasant Lea Middle School (Lee's Summit, Missouri)
PLMSPasture Land Management System (software)
PLMSPackaging Line Monitoring System
PLMSPleomorphic Leiomyosarcoma
PLMSPylon-Launcher-Missile Simulator (test device used on B-52 and B-1B aircraft)
PLMSPublication Library Management System (USMC)
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Peak Performance, the outdoor and sports fashion brand based in Sweden, has selected Centric Softwares Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution.
PLMs are stereotyped, repetitive, withdrawal-like movements of the legs that occur when one is sleeping and so they are called periodic limb movements of sleep (PLMS).
An increase in R2 amplitude shows increased excitability of the R2 circuit, which was previously demonstrated in patients with basal ganglia dysfunction as in Parkinson's disease, other types of parkinsonism syndromes, PLM disorders, and in a patient with RLS (19,20,21,22).
5.2 [+ or -] 5.0, P = 0.075) and PLMS during REM sleep (20.7 [+ or -] 31.6 vs.
Patients with OSA also had a higher arousal index, PLMS, and PLMS index compared to people without OSA.
In this section, we continue to discuss kernel-density-based and partial linear models (PLMs), described in Section 2.
Chronic sleep restriction and sleep fragmentation is one adverse outcome attributed to RLS and PLMs. This, in turn, is postulated to contribute to the deleterious physical, mental and social effects associated with this disorder.
Through the use of K-NN classification, one of the machine learning methods, PLMs were correctly classified with the ratio of 91.87%.
Given that the linear term and nonlinear term are known in advance, estimation and inference for various PLMs have been well studied in literature, such as [1-3].
PLMs' portfolio management features rely on CRM data and also market-forecasting data.
(6,14,18-23) The cause of the disturbances are multifactorial and may be related to aging, Parkinsonian motor dysfunction, dyskinesia, pain, nocturia, nightmares, dopaminergic and nondopaminergic medications, cognitive impairment, and a variety of specific sleep disorders, including RLS, periodic limb movements of sleep (PLMS), RBD, and sleep apnea.
We hold Product Line Managers (PLMs) essentially responsible for the entire system life cycle from acquisition through disposal.