Inerratic

In`er`rat´ic

    (ĭn`ĕr`răt´ĭk)
a.1.Not erratic or wandering; fixed; settled; established.
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In light of these peaks, revealing long-range order, were characteristic of crystalline structures, whose elementary units were inerratic positioned for long distances at nearest neighbors.
The conventionally submerged culture cells exhibited inerratic shapes with smooth surface, but ALI cultured cells displayed anomalous shapes and rough cell surfaces with abundant secretions observed under a scanning electron microscopy (Figure 2).
As can be seen, the workpiece has inerratic periodic microstructures on its surface.
The smaller the value of [H.sub.p] is, the more inerratic the time series will be; otherwise, the more stochastic the time series will be.
In [5], Wilson and Patwari proposed the radio tomographic imaging (RTI) system that requires an inerratic deployment (the localization area is divided into grids with a set of transceivers along each boundary) and the weight matrix records the distance of communication.
I've run into a bunch of factory and custom rifles where the barrel could tap the fore-end, resulting inerratic accuracy.
Figure 4(b) shows that the SA-Mo[S.sub.2] samples are not quite inerratic spherical shape nanoparticles with diameter in the range of 50-100 nm.