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 (kûr′və-lĭn′ē-ər) also cur·vi·lin·e·al (-əl)
Formed, bounded, or characterized by curved lines.

[Latin curvus, curved; see curve + linear.]

cur′vi·lin′e·ar′i·ty (-ē-ăr′ĭ-tē) n.
cur′vi·lin′e·ar·ly adv.
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The hypothesis on curvilinearity assumes synergistic interactions, where the combination of factors is stronger than the sum of their effects.
Architectural curvilinearity: The folded, the pliant and the supple.
Curvilinearity was tested by squaring perceived policy effectiveness and entering it in the third step after the control variables and linear terms were entered.
Following the instructions given by authors (2011) the three ratios (Cohesion, Flexibility, and Total Circumplex) were calculated and they support the hypothesis of the curvilinearity of the model.
On the other hand, some researchers developed their own CC extraction methods from the scratch: the curvilinearity of text was exploited in [10], [12] and local binarization by using estimated scales was adopted in
We can observe curvilinearity in the data, and residuals are greater for greater values of predicted ET (Figure 5(a)).
BMI was modeled first as categorical variable (normal-weight: <25 kg/[m.sup.2], overweight: 25 - < 30kg/[m.sup.2], and obese: [greater than or equal to] 30 kg/[m.sup.2]) and then as continuous variable with a quadratic term included to assess possible curvilinearity. History of diabetes was modeled as a binary variable.
Personality and training proficiency: issues of bandwidth fidelity and curvilinearity. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 80(1), 109-131.
When testing the curvilinearity by including a linear term and its squared expression, there is a risk of multicollinearity, particularly if there is noteworthy correlation between the independent variables.
Examining Curvilinearity and Moderation in the Relationship between the Degree of Relatedness of Individual Diversification Actions and Firm Performance., UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS.