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Table 4 – Example link matrix . 7.2 Data requirements Energy Money Bit rate Sigfox BS 12 102 22 RODENT aims to support multiple use cases. Nodes can NB‐IoT BS 151 87 174 have multiple purposes (e.g., monitoring temperature, Node E (LoRa) 37 0 72 video recording). (...) We assume that this process We based the design of RODENT on a speci ic network is possible for every RAT. (...) Radio link quality estimation in WSN is a well studied subject [20]. 7.1 Network model RODENT takes a link matrix as input, to which we refer to as LM for node .
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LOSSES OCCURRING IN THE STORAGE OF POPPY (PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM) STRAW : BY OCTAVIO AGUAR MONTERDE, BOARD OF HEALTH, MADRID, SPAIN.
losses in weight Losses in weight of capsules result from the evaporation of moisture and the quantity destroyed by insects, diseases and rodents, and by spillage during transport and storage. (...) Losses in the stored products caused by rodents are of two main kinds; (a) Once the capsules have been picked, rodents can consume huge quantities of the seeds, although not of the straw. (...) These can be. burrowed into by rodents, causing enormous losses.'; Consequently, ST/SOA/SER.j/38 page J it'is recommended that the seeds should be stored in bulk ■.
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CONCLUSION REFERENCES AUTHORS RODENT: A FLEXIBLE TOPSIS BASED ROUTING PROTOCOL FOR MULTI‐TECHNOLOGY DEVICES IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS 1. (...) PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION 10. RODENT EXPERIMENTS 11. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS 12. CONCLUSION ACKNOWLEDGMENTS REFERENCES AUTHORS A MULTI‑LINK COMMUNICATION CONNECTIVITY GAME UNDER HOSTILE INTERFERENCE 1.
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PROPOSAL FOR THE REVIEW OF CHAPTER 3.9.2 TO AVOID SCIENTIFICALLY UNJUSTIFIED CLASSIFICATION OF POORLY SOLUBLE PARTICLES FOR SPECIFIC TARGET ORGAN TOXICITY FOLLOWING REPEATED EXPOSURE ON THE BASIS OF LUNG-OVERLOAD RELATED INFLAMMATION RESPONSES IN THE RAT / TRANSMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON MINING AND METALS (ICMM) AND THE EUROPEAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY COUNCIL (CEFIC)
The rat has, however, been shown to be more sensitive than humans or other rodent species to exposure to poorly soluble particles. (...) Long-term pulmonary responses of three laboratory rodent species to subchronic inhalation of pigmentary titanium dioxide particles. (...) Current information on lung overload in non-rodent mammals: contrast with rats. Inhalation Toxicology 8(Suppl.), 91-109. 13 Oberdörster G. (1995).
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WHO risk assessment Lassa fever is a viral haemorrhagic fever that is transmitted to humans via contact with food or household items contaminated with rodent urine or faeces. Secondary human-to-human transmission can also occur through direct contact with the blood, secretions, organs or other body fluids of infected persons, especially in health care settings. (...) WHO advice Prevention of Lassa fever relies on promoting good “community hygiene” to discourage rodents from entering homes. Effective measures include storing grain and other foodstuffs in rodent-proof containers, disposing of garbage far from the home, maintaining clean households. Mastomys, an African genus of rodents are so abundant in endemic areas, it is not possible to completely eliminate them from the environment.
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Because no single species can provide a completely human-like model, it is generally agreed that at least two different species, one rodent and one non-rodent, should be included in the conventional toxicity testing programmes – it is assumed that the use of two, instead of one, species will provide a broader basis for the extrapolation to humans of any toxic effects observed in the animal models. (...) Thus, for single dose, acute toxicity tests, the requirement for groups and number of animals in groups is related to the reliable determination of acute toxic effects in rodents, for which pur- pose ten animals per group may constitute a sufficient number.
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PETITION FROM THE AFRICAN STAFF OF THE SOCIETE R.W. KING AU CAMEROUN CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
irds camerounais qui rôdent auto1.1r d"! lui nuit ' ; . . . et jour et qui n '·exécutent· pâ~ B1i'and. travail en dehors de ce que font· les autres.
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PETITION FROM MR. ETIENNE MASSO AND OTHERS CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
A partir de 6 heures du soir, les Responsables de 1iu.P.c. ne peuvent plus circuler. Ces gansters rodent dans les quartiers munis dC'; listes des militants de l'U 0 P~C• Que des attentats organises par 1 1Autori~e administrante.
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Deployment of wireless sensor networks is often limited by the Radio Access Technologies (RATs) used and now, authors present a new RODENT (Routing Over Different Existing Network Technologies protocol). This technology is explained as being more energy efficient, with increased coverage and multiple data requirements support, according to the research in “RODENT: A flexible TOPSIS based routing protocol for multi-technology devices in wireless sensor networks”.
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Deployment of wireless sensor networks is often limited by the Radio Access Technologies (RATs) used and now, authors present a new RODENT (Routing Over Different Existing Network Technologies protocol). This technology is explained as being more energy efficient, with increased coverage and multiple data requirements support, according to the research in “RODENT: A flexible TOPSIS based routing protocol for multi-technology devices in wireless sensor networks”.
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