Cambridge Core - Sociolinguistics - The Cambridge Handbook of Endangered Languages - edited by Peter K. Austin.
Chan, F.t.s. and Chan, Hing (2003) Simulation Analysis of a PCB Factory using Factorial Design - A Case Study. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 21 (7). pp. 523-533. ISSN 0268-3768.
Topological data analysis has emerged during the last decade as a branch of applied topology that attempts to infer topological features of spaces (such as the number of loops and holes) from sets of sampled points (38). The topological features of a space are preserved under continuous deformations of the space and can be arranged in mathematical structures called homology groups (49). We.
The SplitsTree program 21.5.1 Introduction 21.5.2 Downloading SplitsTree 21.6 Using SplitsTree on the mtDNA data set 21.6.1 Getting started 21.6.2 The fit index 21.6.3 Laying out split networks 21.6.4 Recomputing split networks 21.6.5 Computing trees 21.6.6 Computing different networks 21.6.7 Bootstrapping 21.6.8 Printing 21.7 Using SplitsTree.
A phylogenomic analysis of 1173 sequenced bacterial and archaeal genomes generated phylogenetic trees for 159,905 distinct homologous gene sets. The relationships inferred from this set can be heavily dependent on the inclusion of other taxa: for example, phyla such as Spirochaetes, Proteobacteria and Firmicutes are recovered as cohesive groups or split depending on the presence of other.
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The analysis of formal thought collectives is of particular value in the analysis of interdisciplinary transfer and the mapping of scientific fields (Hull’s “demic structures”; see above). However, they are less valuable in the examination of networks including people who do not participate in the formal communication system of science. This situation may exist in the case of the.
Partition and mixture models for analysis of large genomic datasets. Modern phylogenetic analysis often involves many genes or proteins. In such analysis, one may use a random-effects model to.