imbalanced


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im·bal·ance

 (ĭm-băl′əns)
n.
A lack of balance, as in distribution or functioning.

im·bal′anced adj.

imbalanced

(ɪmˈbælənst)
adj
1. unevenly or unfairly arranged
2. (Biochemistry) biochem out of kilter
3. (Pathology) biochem out of kilter
4. (Chemistry) biochem out of kilter
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.imbalanced - being or thrown out of equilibriumimbalanced - being or thrown out of equilibrium  
Translations

imbalanced

[ɪmˈbælənst] ADJ [distribution, structure] → desequilibrado

imbalanced

[ɪmˈbælənst] adj (= uneven) [distribution, structure] → inégal(e)

imbalanced

adj distributionungleichmäßig; structureunausgewogen

imbalanced

a. desequilibrado.
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Second, educational efforts should also provide consumers with skills for distinguishing balanced food selections from imbalanced food selections.
The odds ratio for goal scoring by one playing tactic compared to the opposite tactic at home versus away when playing against a balanced defence and against an imbalanced defence separately, deleting the rest of the situations, was estimated.
Choosing instead to study outlier rules and patterns, the 15 papers in this collection explore rare association rule mining techniques, imbalanced datasets, interest metrics, and real-world applications.
Summary: Barack Obama has said that the world economy is failing to address imbalanced growth will lead to further crises.
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The first paper by Folleco, Khoshgoftaar, Hulse and Napolitano presents their investigation into the robustness of a variety of common-used learning algorithms relative to low quality, class imbalanced measurement data.
For me, I think it's a little watery in the middle, and slightly imbalanced on the sweet side.
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SIR; Channel 4's Dispatches programme on sandwiches was imbalanced and did not fairly represent the UK commercial sandwich industry or some of the wider issues on salt and fat ('Sales of sandwiches ride out savaging by C4's Dispatches', The Grocer, 2 August, p6).
Launched in the 1970s, the one-child law initiated a systematic program of forced abortion, forced sterilization, privacy invasion, and a seriously imbalanced sex ratio because parents abort girls in order to have a preferred male heir.
Taking this schedule of geographically imbalanced Group races in conjunction with the decrease in Levy Board prizemoney and the increasing uncertainty of sponsorship, the recommendations of priority and reallocation must take urgent precedence.
A concerted effort has been made to improve pupils' English skills, but this has led to an imbalanced curriculum where very little time is spent on subjects such as art and design, design and technology, music, history and geography.