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Linear replication, which uses linear schedule ingest and real-time dynamic ad insertion to replicate, on tablets and IP devices, the original linear TV ads; and linear addressability, which combines subscriber information from the BlackArrow subscriber information service product and real-time dynamic ad insertion to deliver household-addressable linear TV advertising to any platform.
RGS linear rails are available with screw leads ranging from 0.
Proposition 2 [1] Let (F X) be a fuzzy field of X and Y a linear space over X Let V be a fuzzy set of Y.
The backside releases as the arm continues on a linear path toward the target.
Therefore, Boo wanted to know if there was a linear relationship between a player's rebounds per game and the number of points scored [Table 1].
Several review articles and books are available that discuss the molecular theory of polymer viscoelasticity in both the linear and non-linear flow regimes (ref.
The larger recording surface provided by linear technology drives allows for greater storage capacities in linear products at equivalent data packing densities.
We also show an example where apparent linear transformation is not.
They used linear models and one quadratic model to formulate their predictions, which allowed them to test linear models' ability to accurately predict occupational and nonoccupational risk from benzene exposure.
The borrelial genome is unique among bacterial genomes in that it is composed of a linear chromosome and a series of linear and circular plasmids.
The study was designed to see what types of reasoning students who have recently completed a linear algebra course apply to problems in algebraic thinking.