noncomputerized

noncomputerized

(ˌnɒnkəmˈpjuːtəˌraɪzd) or

noncomputerised

adj
not computerized or controlled by computers
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Auditing has adapted to this changing environment from a noncomputerized process, to a process that worked around a client's system, to procedures that allowed auditing through the computer, to the approach used in 2017: auditing using the computer.
Targeted training for EF deficits adopts two forms: computerized cognitive training and noncomputerized skill training.
2011 noncomputerized plus speech therapy [75] homework tasks, in lab and at home 4|12|45|9 Plus homework for unspecified amount of time Pompeu et Computerized-sessions Combined with al.
21) Arguably, the preponderance of devices in the marketplace in the near future will be Internet-aware, making it difficult for a discerning consumer such as the Department of Defense to find noncomputerized alternatives.
The report provides the most detailed glimpse to date into Shockley's pattern of routinely spending more than his business brought in, which was obscured for years by sloppy, noncomputerized accounting practices.
Yamamoto and Asano (1995) reported emergent symmetry relations, after exemplar training, with a chimpanzee in a noncomputerized, three-choice MTS procedure in which the order of presentation of sample and comparison stimuli was inverted: in each trial, the comparison stimuli were presented prior to the sample stimulus.
Noncomputerized Individualized Education Programs: Teachers'
In addition, data from a noncomputerized experiment closely approximating field auctions allows the analysis of possible behavioral adjustments in the field, for example, the attempt to "guard" the item and count the number of bidders.
Rine and Braswell developed a noncomputerized, clinical version of the horizontal DVA test for use with children [23].
A noncomputerized version of the Williams and Walker stock market experiment in a finance course.
This program allows for significant flexibility related to coding and analysis, far exceeding the possibilities of more noncomputerized systems of qualitative analysis.
All the sessions were run as noncomputerized experiments.