compositive

com·pos·i·tive

 (kəm-pŏz′ĭ-tĭv)
adj.
Synthetic; compounded.
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compositive

(kəmˈpɒzɪtɪv)
adj
synthetic; involving composition
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He deftly sketched and defended some characteristically "Austrian" positions, including Menger's compositive method, methodological individualism, the emphasis on human action, the value of "introspection" and "armchair theorizing" (235), the role of "mental or imaginative experiment" (236), a recognition of "some limitations of statistics and other methods of historical research in establishing or testing laws of economics" (236), the "'organic' conception of society" (236), the importance of dispersed knowledge, the epistemic critique of socialism, and a recognition of money and "new communities" (238) as evolutionary phenomena.
HTR-STAC is a compositive Source Term Analysis Code for Pebble-bed HTR, consisting of LOOP, NORMAL, ARCC, CARBON, and TRUM.
ROI-wise multivariate analysis of covariance (MANCOVA) was performed to test the compositive morphological differences between the left and right hemispheres for each group.
Therefore, the time of zero VCRF (time of seat-off) was so important that it was designated as the referenced standard point (RSP) within whole STS to synchronize the three trials of a task to the same percentage metric, then the ensemble averages of the captured angular velocities and accelerations of the three STS trails in a task performed by one subject were got for calculating the compositive joint angles and angular accelerations of each segment's COM in the STS movement.
Feng, "Watermarking with flexible self-recovery quality based on compressive sensing and compositive reconstruction," IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, vol.
Polymer blends with two or more components have gained commercial attention, owing to their superior compositive performance with respect to virgin polymeric materials.
In other words, simultaneously considering the compositive effects of losses and gains of resources can be helpful to synthetically capturing the more complex facets of high performers' dissatisfaction.
31"; Jean-Michelle Poinsotte, "Rutilius Namatianus, De reditu suo 1, 377-398: un testament antijuif (?) de la Rome paienne"; Michele Cutino, "Per un inquadramento dell' Heptateuchos di 'Cipriano Gallo': cronologia relativa e finalita compositive"; Paul-Augustin Deproost, "'Tout est ne ici'.
According to the stress characteristics and load reference period in the operation stage of concrete box-girder bridge, limit state equations under normal using limit state were given due to the measured compositive strain and the different variation periods of its components.
A compositive, random orientation, 3D nanofibrils matrix consisting of polyamine nanofibers prepared by electrospinning methods was adopted to evaluate the behavior of NPs cultured on it.
Lu, "Clinical study on treatmeant of primary liver cancer with portal vein tumor thrombus by compositive integrated traditional chinese and clinical medicine," China Journal of Modern Medicine, vol.