nonspatial


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nonspatial

(ˌnɒnˈspeɪʃəl)
adj
not involving space
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Adj.1.nonspatial - not spatial; "a nonspatial continuum"
spacial, spatial - pertaining to or involving or having the nature of space; "the first dimension to concentrate on is the spatial one"; "spatial ability"; "spatial awareness"; "the spatial distribution of the population"
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Assessing Spatial and Nonspatial Factors for Healthcare Access: Towards an Integrated Approach to Defining Health Professional Shortage Areas.
Stein understood "the pure 'I' as the otherwise indescribable, qualityless subject of experience," located at a nonspatial interior point that "received" experiences external to its immediate self, including external sense experience and the recognition of pre-existing, "internally rooted"' values.
This supports Bohm's conjecture that a quantum potential wave is generated by the spin turbulence and quantum foam occurring as boundary conditions of these quantum black holes which separate spacetime from nonspatial, nontemporal dimensions of the implicate order.
Cognitive functions and aging in the dog: acquisition of nonspatial visual tasks.
ArcGIS Open Data was used to create Open Charlotte, a portal that shares the city's spatial and nonspatial data, which is used by local developers to build applications connecting city residents and their government.
It is "based on stimulus-response compatibility and assesses the extent to which the prepotent association to irrelevant spatial information affects participants' response to task-relevant nonspatial information" (Bialystok et al.
The first one is to make DBSCAN handle spatial, nonspatial, and temporal data at a time and distinguish them clearly.
Platonist or transcendent realism holds that properties are abstract objects in the (post-Fregeanly) classical sense, of being nonmental, nonspatial, and causally inefficacious.
For example, monkeys exposed to a mixture of PCBs during their first 20 weeks of life (levels of 1,694-3,560 ng/g lipids) showed reduced performance on tasks of nonspatial discrimination, spatial delayed alternation, and fixed interval schedules at the age of 2.
A similar experiment that investigated the ability of congenitally blind and sighted individuals to perform spatial (detection and localization) and nonspatial tasks (recognition of spectro-temporal acoustic features) in the peripheral auditory region concluded that the blind subjects were able to localize the sound sources more accurately than their sighted counterparts by showing the same degree of selective attention.