This paper proves that the Harr Wavelet Packet in Natural Order is exactly the same as the Walsh-Paley Function in zone and so the Frequency Order of the Walsh-Kaczmarz Function tells the Frequency Order of the Harr Wavelet Packet.

Moreover, it can be known from relational analysis in theory that the relation between the Frequency Order and the Natural Order of the Wavelet Packet is fixed and is independent of the Wavelet Packet Function. And so the Frequency Order of the Harr Wavelet Packet tells the Frequency Order of any Wavelet Packet.

Results The sequence of ABO blood type frequency was B>A>O>AB with a antigen distribution ratio of 31/30/29/10, and the genetic frequency sequence was r>q>p, and the national index was 0.973 8.Conclusion It is important to furthering volunteer blood contribution and setting up a blood collecting and supplying system for war preparation that the antigen distribution of ABO blood type among servicemen be determined.

Results Through calculation and analysis, data were worked out as followings. (1) The sequences of the frequency of blood phenotype and gene were B >A >O>AB and r>q>p, respectively.

Our analysis and experiment results show that the combination of the top-down traversal strategy and the ascending frequency order achieves significant performance improvement over previous works.

Our analysis and experiment results show that the combination of the top-down traversal strategy and the ascending frequency order achieves significant performance improvement over previous works.

A list of other classes of textures frequently co-occurring with the speci ed one is displayed in decreasing frequency order.

Co-occurrence lists are generated by computer and place all terms in frequency order of occurrence together.

Cervical lymphadenopathies were the second main finding in general frequency order, predominating in the HL group.

Two dynamic grey models DGM (1, 1) for the verification cycle and the lifecycle of measuring instrument based on time sequence and frequency sequence were set up, according to the statistical feature of examination data and weighting method.

A full-length consensus was constructed for one of them, which includes the MER37 medium reiteration frequency sequence recognized previously, from 343 human sequence accessions (261 of which are unique).

High-Frequency Sequence Stratigraphy Using Syntactic Methods and Clustering Applied to the Upper Limestone Coal Group (Pendleian

For any r ≥ 1 there exists a function f(z) satisfying the properties: (i) f(z) is a generating function of a Pólya frequency sequence of order r, (ii) the singularity set of f(z) is E ∪ {1}.

After separation of variables in the system of differential equations, the boundary problem is solved and four complex sequences-a frequency sequence and a sequence of free-vibration modes-are obtained.

It was proved that these map sequences of the frequency band 13-20Hz reflect the dynamic behaviour of information processing in a characteristic topographical manner.

In this paper the selection of differential hosts and the results of physiologic race identification were described. Nine differential hosts were selected according to the order of the virulence frequency of the tested varieties at an interval of frequency about 10-15.The physiologic races were designated by Gilmour's octal notation. The size of the race number in general corresponded to its virulence and the resistance of the matching differential hosts. The order of the race number roughly approximated the...

In this paper the selection of differential hosts and the results of physiologic race identification were described. Nine differential hosts were selected according to the order of the virulence frequency of the tested varieties at an interval of frequency about 10-15.The physiologic races were designated by Gilmour's octal notation. The size of the race number in general corresponded to its virulence and the resistance of the matching differential hosts. The order of the race number roughly approximated the systematic virulence structure of the pathogenic population.In 1984 and 1985, 249 isolates collected from 18 provinces and automonous regions were identified and 32 races were obtained. These races were divided by differential hosts into nine groups in which the race frequency showed nearly normal distribution. Races in 1-5 groups had high frequency with wide distribution.The virulence structure of the sub-population in Beijing was similar to those in Sichuan Province, although the two districts are different in atmospheric temperature, rainfall, and cultivars.Three genes with pathogenicity were used to analyse genetic equilibrium in the genetic structure of the pathogenic population. The observed frequencies for the eight genotypes of the three genes were fit to the frequencies expected assuming linkage equilibrium.

The transferrin(Tf) polymorphism of Ewenki, Mongolian, Oroqen, Tahur, Tibetan, Man-chu, Korean, Hui, Han(Xian, Harbin), Uighur nationalities living in China was investigated by means of ultra-thin polyacrylamide gel isoeletric focusing. The results showed that the Tf*C1 gene frequencies of eleven groups were higher than 0.7: Ewenki 0.7571, Oroqen 0.7467, Uighur 0.7445, Mongolian 0.7433, Tahur 0.7417, Han(Xian) 0.7205, Manchu 0.7195, Korean 0.7136, Tibetan 0.7096, Hui 0.7077, Han(Harbin) 0.7056, respectively....

The transferrin(Tf) polymorphism of Ewenki, Mongolian, Oroqen, Tahur, Tibetan, Man-chu, Korean, Hui, Han(Xian, Harbin), Uighur nationalities living in China was investigated by means of ultra-thin polyacrylamide gel isoeletric focusing. The results showed that the Tf*C1 gene frequencies of eleven groups were higher than 0.7: Ewenki 0.7571, Oroqen 0.7467, Uighur 0.7445, Mongolian 0.7433, Tahur 0.7417, Han(Xian) 0.7205, Manchu 0.7195, Korean 0.7136, Tibetan 0.7096, Hui 0.7077, Han(Harbin) 0.7056, respectively. The Tf*C2 was the second major allele in these ethnical groups. The order of. Tf*C2 allele frequencies roughly was opposite to Tf*C1. In addition, some rare phenotypes were found, such as TfBDchi in Mongolian; TfDchiDchi in Han(Xian) and TfBC1 in Manchu.

The use of anesthetic drugs, adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and other adverse events (AEs) were systematically monitored in 105 patients subjected to anesthesia during orthopedic operation. 18 patients developed ADRs (26 times) with incidence being 17.1%. 29 time AEs was found in 28 patients with an AE incidence of 26.7% . Lidocaine had the highest frequency of use (10/18, 55. 6% ) , followed by bupivacaine. The ADRs included vomiting and nausea, blood pressure drop and dizziness etc. in order of occurrence....

The use of anesthetic drugs, adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and other adverse events (AEs) were systematically monitored in 105 patients subjected to anesthesia during orthopedic operation. 18 patients developed ADRs (26 times) with incidence being 17.1%. 29 time AEs was found in 28 patients with an AE incidence of 26.7% . Lidocaine had the highest frequency of use (10/18, 55. 6% ) , followed by bupivacaine. The ADRs included vomiting and nausea, blood pressure drop and dizziness etc. in order of occurrence. Fluid infusion reaction was the commonest of AEs, manifested by shivering and fever. There were 20 kinds of anesthetics and they included, in order of use frequency, lidocaine (81.9%), innovar (45.7%), bupivacaine (39.0%), valium (32.4%), desamethason (23.8%) and ketamine (6.7%) etc. . The single use of lidocaine (50.5%) had the highest use frequency, followed by combined use of lidocaine and bupivacaine (25.7%). Innovar was extensively used as an adjuvant drug in the existing 6 anesthesia techniques. In our series, the ADR incidence was low. This may be due to the correct selection of drugs, suitable dosage, reasonable combination of narcotherapy and use of adjuvant drugs.