nonequal

nonequal

(ˌnɒnˈiːkwəl)
n
a person who is not the equal of another person
adj
not equal
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For example, maps on Mercator projection could be easily divided into the desired square-degree units by ruling straight lines across them, although the authors seemed to overlook the need to adjust for the spatial bias inherent in such maps of nonequal projection.
The observed asymmetric seismic motion has been attributed to the strong disturbance in the neighborhood of the tip of dynamic rupture (rupture front wave), (98) the trapped wave in the hanging wall, (99) or the nonequal mass distributions on the footwall and the hanging wall.
Alternatively, as an example for nonequal fractional-order elements, let [alpha] = 1/3 and [beta] = 2/3; then l = 1, k = 2, and n = 3; the corresponding fractional matrix is given as follows:
Similarly, would the consideration of whether to defend the constitutionality of a statute result in a different decision under Dellinger's framework than under my framework, in either an equal protection or a nonequal protection case?
The condition that the masses are equal is sharp: such equilateral orbits don't exist if the masses are distinct, but it can be shown that orbits of nonequal masses exist for scalene triangles, [5].
e]) resulting from few animals being used as broodstock, as well as nonequal gametic viability and/or differential spawning conditions of the potential parents (Hedgecock & Sly 1990, Hedgecock 1994).
The YCRA uses a nonequal interval Likert scale of 1 to 4 x 2 (8) on the basis of the recommendations of child welfare experts (Child Welfare League of America Roundtable, personal communication, June 7, 2000), with 1 being slight, 2 being mild, 3 being moderate, and 4 x 2 (8) being severe and requiring immediate treatment interventions.
These models extend the standard repeated measures ANOVA to allow for missing values, error structures other than compound symmetry, and measurements taken at nonequal intervals.
In order to examine head-on collision of solitary waves with nonequal amplitudes, the case where parameters for Eq.
The second dimension (restrictiveness versus permissiveness) was reflected by four measures of the degree to which parents value children conforming to the policies and expectations of others (values conformity, "I would expect my child to obey all school rules"), are firm in enforcing rules (firm enforcement, "With regard to my children, I would characterize my discipline as quite firm"), endorse their nonequal status and of children (Authoritarian, "A child should honor his/her mother and father and accept their authority"), and are strict with their children (strictness, "Children who are held to firm rules grow up to be the best adults").
Because of nonequal distribution of SAR through the exposed volume, the minimal and maximal FDTD-derived SARs were 2.