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  • n. A matrix formed by selecting certain rows and columns from a larger matrix.

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sub- +‎ matrix (Wiktionary)

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  • One submatrix, three thousand six hundred fifty pockets, all involve a probably fatal outcome, probability ninety-nine percent plus.

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  • A submatrix consists of a bait cluster serving as an anchor and nested prey clusters shared consistently by the baits in the bait cluster (and in a consistent level of abundance).

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  • Changed updateAll to automatically call computeBounds [Kyle] · Added constructor to Matrix4 to construct a matrix from an upper-left 3x3 submatrix and an upper-right 3x1 submatrix [Kyle]

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  • A common color of a submatrix represents an equal probability of occurrence of codons with similar tRNA concentration in a close proximity, and the intensity reflects the probability. doi: 10.1371 / journal. pone.0005036.g003

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  • Slide 101: Bayesian Core: A Practical Approach to Computational Bayesian Statistics Regression and variable selection Variable selection Model indicators For β ∈ Rk+1 and X, we de fi ne βγ as the subvector βγ = β0, (βi) i ∈ t1 (γ) and Xγ as the submatrix of X where only the column 1n and the columns in t1 (γ) have been left.

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  • · directly a submatrix from a function call that returns a

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  • a submatrix consisting of a bait cluster and an associated nested prey cluster.

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