This point is illustrated in Figure 5 and shows the nonequivalence
of these spatial differential operators for the conditions considered here.
To control for possible bias resulting from this nonequivalence
, we reran the analysis with a subset of the control group that was much more similar to the treatment group initially.
provides that one side can get more or less than what it gives.
The problem of metaphorical nonequivalence
in cross-cultural survey research: Comparing the mental health status of Hmong refugee and general population adolescents.
By the information it comprises, this analysis allows making a comparison between the interests of various national organisms in order to standardize some aspects of the field and esablishing the degree of alignment to the international standards by enhancing the identity, the equivalence or the nonequivalence
of a country's standards towards the international or European normative documents.
A previous study reported that their functional nonequivalence
was mediated to genomic imprinting, an epigenetic mechanism that gives rise to differential expression of paternally and maternally inherited alleles of certain genes (Young et al.
To "skin" here has the primary meaning of covering over, troubling enough in itself since hair and nails are in a sense equivalents for skin; so here again is encountered an arresting nonequivalence
The descriptive terms of stimulus equivalence, employed in the traditional behaviour analytic approach, do not readily capture the numerous behavioural patterns that are possible when nonequivalence
relations are considered.
Gould notes Nietzsche's arguments for the nonequivalence
of "current utility" and "causes of origin" and cites the analogy made in The Genealogy of Moral between the sociocultural evolution of punishment and the biological evolution of organs such as the hand or the eye (Structure 1214).
Those reports, together with findings in this report, suggest that assay design probably influences the reactivity of urine albumin assays with modified or fragmented albumin, and this is a potential source of nonequivalence
between assays in the analysis of urinary albumin, although assays may react equivalently with serum albumin added to calibrators, control, or proficiency testing materials.
The Federal Circuit Has Applied Specific Exclusion to Find Nonequivalence
where the Accused Device is Substantially Different from the Language of a Claim Limitation C.
Posing questions about the social uses of aesthetic production, it undermines its own title's sign of nonequivalence