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binominal

(baɪˈnɒmɪnəl) biology
adj
(Biology) of or denoting the binomial nomenclature
n
(Biology) a two-part taxonomic name; binomial
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Adj.1.binominal - having or characterized by two names, especially those of genus and species in taxonomies; "binomial nomenclature of bacteria"
onymous - bearing a name; "articles in magazines are usually onymous"
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Special prize of the jury , with a quantity of 5,000 euros, for "The factorial function: divisibility of binominal coefficients and convergence of p-adic series" by Silvia Casacuberta Puig, from the Aula Escola Europea de Barcelona center coordinated by Professor Xavier Taixs Ventosa.
El sistema binominal deterioro la competencia y, por ende, el interes ciudadano: el nuevo sistema electoral podria abrir espacios al multipartidismo y a un mayor interes de los habilitados para vota.
sup][6] The sensitivity, specificity, and predictive values of NPA specimens were calculated from 2 x 2 tables, with confidence intervals calculated using the binominal exact method.
Fixed effects negative binominal and system generalized method of moment models were used to examine the effect of (i) patient mix characteristics, (ii) resource endowments, and (iii) infection control practices on yearly MRSA counts.
En Chile, la dificultad de conseguir doblajes en el sistema binominal crea motivaciones contrapuestas entre partidos politicos que buscan maximizar la consecucion de escanos, y candidatos que buscan ganar.
Negative binominal regression and logistic regression are employed to estimate the impact of factors on the advocacy role of NAs in Seoul.
The well-known parametric specifications of the conditional correlation test (ordinary least squares, the negative binominal, and bivariate probit models), however, all yield robust evidence of asymmetric information, namely, that there exists a positive conditional correlation between insurance coverage level and claims.
Les systemes proposes sont le systeme mixte binominal avec compensation proportionnelle, le systeme uninominal majoritaire a un tour (le systeme actuel), le systeme uninominal majoritaire a un tour avec compensation, le systeme mixte avec compensation proportionnelle et le mode de scrutin preferentiel.
They recommend a binominal test, which Wilcox (2005) named Twobinom, since it has better properties than Fisher's test including both better statistical power and more control over type 1 error.
To simplify data interpretation the nominal response scale ('Yes', 'No,, 'Do not know') was aggregated to create binominal data (i.
Hence, binominal regression was carried out to find out the impact on user fees.