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nonmeasurable

(ˌnɒnˈmɛʒərəbəl)
adj
not able to be measured
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A BALANCE BETWEEN THE MEASURABLE AND THE NONMEASURABLE IS A CENTRAL AND CONSTANT PROBLEM OF MANAGEMENT.
However, infiltrative gastric cancer always shows a tumor circumferentially involving the gastric wall, whose longest diameter cannot be defined on axial images, making it nonmeasurable.
The eligible patients included those with advanced adenocarcinoma of the stomach or gastroesophageal junction; Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) performance status 0 to 2; adequate organ function; and measurable or nonmeasurable disease.
The nature of the respective health care systems could introduce another nonmeasurable bias.
87) One may object to the claim of paradox on the grounds that the two spheres are each nonmeasurable sets with respect to Lebesgue measure.
However, the ocean suggests that we think with a different, nonlinear, nonmeasurable notion of time (Steinberg, 2015).
Ateneo did it through patient recruitment, through intensive training, and through learning nonmeasurable skills needed for championship runs: mental toughness, fortitude, focus.
where polynomials A and B represent a transfer function of the system, A = 1 - z"1, y is an output variable, u is the manipulated variable, C is a colouring polynomial and n is a nonmeasurable noise which is assumed to have a zeromean value and a constant covariance.
Because all variables were self-reported, to avoid common method bias we took a nonmeasurable common method factor as the latent variable, added it to the structural equation model, and compared the change in model fit after joining the latent variables (Podsakoff, MacKenzie, Lee, & Podsakoff, 2003).
Methodologies e and f were favored in a comprehensive simulation study, but rely on nonmeasurable assumptions that might be violated in our study population (Tobin et al.
This benefit is ill defined and nonmeasurable, and should be considered in conjunction with concerns expressed by some about the loss of Canadian culture and the possibility that religious and sectarian strife may develop in the future as it has in some European countries.