multicolumn

multicolumn

(ˈmʌltɪˌkɒləm)
adj
having or relating to several columns
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Relevant multicolumn, counter-current and other variations of continuous chromatography systems are just starting to enter the market; but it is too soon for industry feedback.
12]-labeled PCDDs/PCDFs and co-PCBs as internal standards, and serum analytes were isolated by solid phase extraction (SPE) followed by a multicolumn automated cleanup and enrichment procedure (Turner et al.
The introduction of KANEKA KanCapA expands the portfolio of continuous bioprocessing and chromatography products offered by Pall, which recently announced the acquisition of the BioSMB multicolumn continuous chromatography platform from Tarpon Biosystems, and the licensing of the Acoustic Wave Separation (AWS) technology from FloDesign Sonics.
By doing so, FLP is simplified to allocate n facilities to n discrete points without considering the location coordinates for multirow and multicolumn FLP.
The ASSOCIATOR RANGE primitive facilitates the calculation of the large itemsets for discovery association rules in multicolumn tables (Rajamani et al.
SimStudent has been applied to learn cognitive models in many domains including algebra equation solving, stoichiometry, multicolumn addition and subtraction, tic-tac-toe, and fraction addition.
Publishers also have the ability to present content in multicolumn layouts.
That is, we cannot go from a subtraction without multicolumn borrowing to a subtraction with multicolumn borrowing without having defined both the conceptual and procedural meaning that defines its architecture.
Its purpose is to send ordered pieces of text to the OCR, being able to handle "strange" multicolumn layouts with inserted graphics.
In January, the company announced the beginning of Promise, a prospective, randomized study of multicolumn implantable lead stimulation for predominant low back pain.