When age, sex and family income had been controlled for, ANCOVA models revealed that children living in fractured-grid neighbourhoods had fewer average accelerometer counts per minute on weekdays than the core and curvilinear-pattern neighbourhoods (83 and 55 minutes less, respectively) (Figure 2, top).
What does CPM stand for?
CPM stands for Counts Per Minute
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- Copra Meal
- Core Processing Module
- Corporate Performance Management
- Cost Per Mille
- Cost Per Minute
- Cost Per Thousand (impressions)
- Cost Performance Management
- Cost Performance Measure
- Cotton Pest Management (agriculture)
- Country Program Manager
- Coût par Mille (French: Cost per Thousand)
- Creative Production Management (Los Angeles, CA)
- Credit Portfolio Management
- Crisis Prevention and Management (Vermont)
- Critical Parameter Management (Six Sigma)
- Critical Path Method
- Critical Performance Measure
- Critical Phase Matching
- Crop Production Management (North Dakota)
- Crucible Particle Metallurgy (proprietary steel manufacturing process)
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The researchers defined a sedentary bout as any period that lasted 5 or more minutes during which the accelerometer recorded less than 100 counts per minute.
Researchers have calibrated accelerometer output and generated cut-points based on the rate of activity counts per minute that represent moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) for adults from the general population [4,8].
Average activity volume in the participants, calculated as accelerometer counts per minute (cpm), was 238, and time spent in moderate to vigorous physical activity (based on an established cut point of 2,100 cpm that equates to approximately 2-5 miles per hour) averaged 21 minutes daily for both men and women, reported Ms.
Surgeons defined a sentinel node as "any node that was clinically suspicious, was blue, had blue afferent, or had 10% of the counts per minute of the highest node removed ex vivo," said Dr.
3 counts per minute throughout the one hour perfusion.
Unstimulated wells produced counts per minute (cpm) that ranged from 20 cpm to 1,162 cpm.
The criterion used for selecting most of the naturally infested boards for the study was AE readings 3 to 11 counts per minute in at least 1 monitored position within an infested board (Scheffrahn et al.