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nonlocal

(nɒnˈləʊkəl)
adj
not of, affecting, or confined to a limited area or part: the nonlocal aspect of the psyche.
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In the present paper we first state a one-dimensional model of nonlocal and nonlinear elasticity and review recent progress on unidirectional asymptotic wave equations of the model.
I expect to be able to identify such operators in phases breaking translation invariance homogeneously, build gravity models with tunable intermediate scaling regimes, characterize the phases studied with both local (transport coefficients, correlators ) and nonlocal (entanglement, fractionalisation) observables and explore connections with top-down models from String Theory.
A private, publicly traded, nonlocal company may find little incentive in working toward those goals.
Among the other new achievements of the research, mention can be made of the effect of shear deformation on the main frequency of the system and the ability of nonlocal Timoshenko Theory in the prediction of results obtained from high degree shear nonlocal theory.
He said that nonlocal teaching staff had many problems in their transportation and residence.
To calculate the economic impact, total nonlocal attendance, average daily spending, multipliers, and capture rate were needed.
Owner-occupied nonlocal authority homes can qualify for these if the house is constructed before 2006 and the owner is in receipt of one of the following: No Fuel Allowance as part of the National Fuel Scheme, no Job Seekers Allowance for over six months, and with children under seven years of age, on Family Income Supplement.
Using the nonlocal perturbation analysis techniques developed in [8, 9], nonlocal perturbation bounds are then derived.
The fundamental idea of NL-means is not only averaging pixels surrounded by the local neighbor pixels, but also averaging similar neighborhoods surrounded by a larger nonlocal domain.
EXPLORATIONS INTO REMOTE VIEWING MICROSCOPIC ORGANISMS ("THE PHAGE") AND THE EFFECTS OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENTISTS' EXPOSURE TO NONLOCAL PERCEPTION WITHIN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
Seventy-two percent of nonlocal survey responders said they visit Bellingham at least quarterly to ride trails, with 25 percent coming monthly.