Some articles on clusters, cluster:
... the carbohydrates that the vine needs to grow and process grape clusters ... (judged by weight rather than number of clusters) could have the most substantiate effect on the quality of the grape for winemaking ... Additionally, leaves provide shade to the grape clusters which be beneficial in protecting the clusters from the harshness of heat stress ("sunburn") but excessive shade can also decrease the ...
... Figure 1 Sites are divided into non-uniform clusters, where the divided patterns are regarded as attractors ... Figure 2 Near uniform sized clusters (a = 1.71, ε = 0.4) ... Figure 8 The wave of clusters travels at 'low' speeds (a = 1.47, ε = 0.5) ...
... The cluster covers 1,274 acres (5.16 km2) of land mass in the Medini Zone, or approximately 55% of the total land area of Medini Iskandar Malaysia ... There are two zones within this cluster, which are Medini North and Medini South ...
... system based on SCO UnixWare, UnixWare NonStop Clusters ... by Platinum Technology Inc, who transferred the team working on NonStop Clusters to Tandem ... by Caldera who discontinued commercialization of the NonStop Clusters product in favor of the simpler Reliant HA system ...
... is allowed to be exclusively assigned to one and only one cluster, to be unassigned from all clusters, or to be simultaneously assigned to multiple clusters, in a completely ... to the case of study in hand and should be ideally not assigned to any of the output clusters, moreover, any single gene can be participating in multiple processes and would be useful ...
Famous quotes containing the word clusters:
“What wondrous life in this I lead!
Ripe apples drop about my head;
The luscious clusters of the vine
Upon my mouth do crush their wine;
The nectarine and curious peach
Into my hands themselves do reach;
Stumbling on melons, as I pass,
Ensnared with flowers, I fall on grass.”
—Andrew Marvell (16211678)
“Where we such clusters had,
As made us nobly wild, not mad;
And yet each verse of thine
Outdid the meat, outdid the frolic wine.”
—Robert Herrick (15911674)