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The physical state of people working in dangerous environment or ill ones is important to be monitored and analyzed. For such an investigation a typical parameter is the heartbeat rhythm, the ECG, the saturation of oxygen and breathing. Defining the body mobility state as well as its position may be also of the same importance. In order to achieve this microprocessor data storage device is used, which stores the 3D velocity sensor signal. The momentary velocity, acceleration and position can be defined from these accumulated data. By the help of co-relation calculus, from a sample database an approach of the character of mobility can be determined.

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Tscherning C C, Rapp R 1974: Closed Co-variance Expressions for Gravity Anomalies, Geoid Undulations, and Deflections of the Vertical Implied by Anomaly Degree-Variance Models. Rep. of the Dept. of Geodetic Sci. and Surv., No. 208, The Ohio State Univ

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Kershaw, K.A. 1961: Association and co-variance analysis of plant communities. J. Ecol. 49 :643-654. Association and co-variance analysis of plant communities J. Ecol. 643

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“disordered SNS use” and scores on the AUDIT, TRI, AAAQ, DMQ-R, and DrInC were explored via a series of univariate (ANCOVA) and multivariate analyses of co-variance (MANCOVA, for scales containing multiple factors). Gender and race (“white” vs. “non

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. In order to examine to what extent these factors influence SNPR-based indicators, ANCOVA analyses (analysis of co-variance) were performed with scientific extent and intensity (measured by considering only scientific NPRs) acting as dependent

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Central European Geology
Authors: István Vető, Katalin Báldi, Stjepan Ćorić, Magdolna Hetényi, Attila Demény, and István Futó

the kerogen is immature. HI shows a co-variance with the carbonate content and ranges between 150 and 350 mg HC/g TOC in the great majority of the samples; hence, they contain mostly Type II/III and Type II kerogen (Fig.  4 ). The δ 13 C org

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theories (Parsons and Shils 1962 ). Classification-based theory seeks explanations of variables in a system based on co-variances or similarity. For example, an increase or decrease in A is accompanied by increase or decrease in B. Conversely, causality

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