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restricted maximum likelihood
(211 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(50 times)
ML (17 times)
EM (8 times)
BLUP (6 times)
1987 Computing for incomplete repeated measures.
residual maximum likelihood
(44 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(17 times)
BLUP (4 times)
GLMM (3 times)
MCMC (3 times)
1990 A model for the analysis of growth data from designed experiments.
rapid eye movement latency
(9 times)
(5 times)
PSG (3 times)
SL (2 times)
SWS (2 times)
1994 Latency to rapid eye movement sleep as a predictor of treatment response to fluoxetine and placebo in nonpsychotic depressed outpatients.
REM latency
(2 times)
(2 times)
REM (2 times)
SOL (2 times)
SWS (2 times)
1997 The effects of acute exercise on sleep: a quantitative synthesis.
random effects linear model
(1 time)
MALDI-TOF MS (1 time)
2016 Diagnostic performance of matrix-assisted laser desorption ionisation time-of-flight mass spectrometry in blood bacterial infections: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Random effects maximum likelihood
(1 time)
Health Services
(1 time)
--- 1997 The impact of physician involvement in managed care on efficient use of hospital resources.
Rank Error-based Metric Learning
(1 time)
(1 time)
BoVW (1 time)
CBIR (1 time)
CE-MR (1 time)
2014 Content-based image retrieval using spatial layout information in brain tumor T1-weighted contrast-enhanced MR images.
rapid eye movement sleep
(1 time)
(1 time)
AD (1 time)
1989 REM latency in Alzheimer's disease.
REM sleep latency
(1 time)
(1 time)
BIISS (1 time)
IHL (1 time)
MSL (1 time)
2013 First rapid eye movement sleep periods and sleep-onset rapid eye movement periods in sleep-stage sequencing of hypersomnias.