nonfederated

nonfederated

(nɒnˈfɛdəˌreɪtɪd)
adj
not federated
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Consequently, the nonfederated nations of Europe would lead subsequent efforts to develop truly international norms for copyright protection.
Steven Bell writes in the ACRLog about an article in the November '07 issue of College & Research Libraries that qualitatively compared results students got when performing federated and nonfederated searches:
W]hen both librarians and faculty members analyzed the search results very little difference was found between the quality of the federated and nonfederated searches.
In contrast, nonfederated local groups were not very persistent, contrary to what social capital theory suggests.