PBS is a flexible polymer where all possible internal rotations occur about covalent bonds in the main chain, so that the local motions probably consist, as explained before, of internal rotations in very small and independent segments of the main chain, or some crankshaft-like rotations about two colinear
If all volumes of a journal were made openly accessible after the same embargo period, the open-access indicator would be completely colinear
with the volume's age.
Since mycophenolate use was colinear
with tacrolimus use, this factor was not included in our multivariable analysis.
Although numerous mechanisms have been proposed to account for global patterns of influenza seasonality, distinguishing the causal relationships from colinear
and confounding associations has proved overwhelming.
To construct the stereo camera, the researchers positioned the two IR LED cameras side by side, such that the two focal rays of the lenses are parallel and perpendicular to the stereo baseline, and the image planes of both lenses are colinear
"mouseholes" located at opposite ends capture each main duct passing through the handhole.
To compare the orientations of two unit vectors, it is convenient to compute their scalar product: when the two vectors u and v are almost colinear
Additional analyses (not shown) confirmed the study variables were not colinear
with the MCHB's definitions.
f](t, [omega]) are colinear
for almost all (t, [omega]) [member of] [0, [1/2]) x [0, 1).
ki] may be highly colinear
making it difficult to separately identify [[beta].
Both the force platform and visual enclosure could be rotated about an axis colinear
with the ankle joints, in direct proportion to anteroposterior sway, to manipulate visual and somatosensory information giving inaccurate orientation information.