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See what it takes to maximise biking strength, velocity, and persistence! Cycling Anatomy will make it easier to enhance your functionality by way of expanding muscular energy and optimizing the potency of each circulation.

Cycling Anatomy positive factors seventy four of the simplest biking workouts, each one with transparent, step by step descriptions and full-color anatomical illustrations highlighting the first muscular tissues in motion.

Cycling Anatomy is going past routines by means of putting you at the motorbike and into the throes of festival. Illustrations of the lively muscular tissues excited about cornering, hiking, descending, and sprinting exhibit you the way the workouts are essentially associated with biking functionality. From steep inclines to slick terrains, Cycling Anatomy will confirm you're ready for any problem that comes your way.

You'll additionally methods to alter routines to focus on particular components, decrease muscle rigidity, and reduce universal biking accidents. You'll additionally study how you can pull all of it jointly to increase a coaching according to your personal wishes and targets.

Whether you're education for an upcoming century experience or simply are looking to most sensible that killer hill with energy to spare, Cycling Anatomy will ensure you get the main out of each trip.

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Though there has been a significant amount of research, there are still a limited number of practical, publicly available tools for concept mapping of biomedical text specified by the user as an independent task. In this chapter, several tools that can automatically map biomedical text to concepts from a wide range of terminological resources are presented, followed by those that can map to more restricted sets of these resources. This presentation is intended to serve as a guide to researchers without a background in biomedical concept mapping of text for the selection of an appropriate tool based on usability, scalability, configurability, balance between precision and recall, and the desired set of terminological resources with which to annotate the text.

We first discuss tools that map spans of text to a broad range of biomedical vocabularies and then present those that have been developed for more restricted sets of vocabularies. 1 Tools That Map Biomedical Text to Concepts of a Broad Range of Vocabularies MetaMap was one of the earliest biomedical concept-mapping tools; it has been widely used and is widely regarded as a gold standard for this task [30]. It is specifically designed to map textual mentions of concepts to entries of the UMLS Metathesaurus, a large, multipurpose, multilingual thesaurus of millions of biomedical and health-related concepts compiled from more than 100 source vocabularies [31].

5 Clustering Results Clustering the results of the user query into topics helps in several ways. First, clustering the results helps to differentiate between the different meanings of ambiguous query terms. Second, in large sets of search results it can help the users focus on the subset of documents that interest them. Third, the clusters themselves can serve as an overview of the topic. This method has been considered in several PubMed derivatives that vary in their method of determining the clustering methodology.

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