unapplicable

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unapplicable

(ˌʌnəˈplɪkəbəl)
adj
obsolete not applicable; not able to be applied to something
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The "four Vs" model [1], variety, volume, velocity, and value, for big data has made traditional methods of data analysis unapplicable.
Among them are inability to produce theoretical science, consumption of fundamental and theoretical sciences produced by other countries of the world, unapplicable university education, and lack of adequate relationship between universities and other social sectors [2]; and also Increasing number of university students and applicants to universities and other higher education institutes, quantitative expansion of higher education institutes without considering the existing capacities like economical, social and cultural resources [21].
lm], for fixed l and m) would make unapplicable the spatial filtering procedure [8] at the coarse/fine interface.
Assuming all available scales have been deemed unapplicable, investigators must next establish they have a firm grasp (based on published literature) of the characteristics they intend to examine.
Memory folding unto (Interspace--Veiled) unapplicable, but: Loam Earth
1998) One 5-item scale No Chrisman (1999) One item Yes Crant (1996) One 3-item scale No Davidsson (1995) One 3-item scale Yes Francis and Banning (2001) One item Yes Frank and Luthje (2004) One 4-item scale Yes Jenkins and Johnson (1997) Unapplicable Unapplicable Kennedy et al.
Moreover, a reference frame where the Christoffel symbols are zero can be applicable only at a point, it is unapplicable to a finite region.
Social and economic changes occurring over these years may render the earlier results unapplicable to today.
The philosopher Susan Haack (1980) identifies two categories of modifiers, degree modifiers and success modifiers, that are variously applicable and unapplicable to different kinds of predicates.