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SATELLITE MALE

Satellite males are a type of male that have been observed in some species of animals, such as fish, amphibians, and birds. These males do not compete directly for mating opportunities but instead, they use indirect tactics to gain access to females. Satellite males are typically found in groups of two or more, and they …

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SAMPLING THEORY

Sampling theory is a branch of statistics that focuses on obtaining information about a population from a smaller sample. It is used to understand the general characteristics of a population and to make inferences about the population as a whole. Sampling theory is important for accurately estimating population characteristics, such as the mean or the …

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SAINT VITUS’S DANCE

Abstract St. Vitus’s Dance (SD) is a neurological disorder characterized by involuntary movements of the arms, legs, and face. It is also known as Sydenham’s Chorea and is typically seen in young children and teenagers. The most common cause of SD is infection with Group A β-hemolytic Streptococcus (GABHS). Results of studies suggest that SD …

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SELECTIVE AMNESIA

Selective Amnesia: A Review of Current Research Selective amnesia, also known as dissociative amnesia, is a form of memory impairment that affects an individual’s ability to recall specific information or events. This condition is characterized by an inability to remember important personal information that is typically stored in memory, while other memories remain intact. This …

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SEGMENTATION

Segmentation, or image segmentation, is an important tool for computer vision and image processing applications. It is used to partition an image into multiple segments, or regions, that are each meaningful and distinct from one another. This allows for the detection of objects and their boundaries in an image, as well as the extraction of …

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