discommodity


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discommodity

(ˌdɪskəˈmɒdɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. (Economics) economics a commodity without utility
2. archaic the state or a source of inconvenience
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In [15] a multicriteria shortest path searching approach was presented based on the classical shortest path problem on a network representing the urban multimodal transportation system, to aim at minimizing the overall cost, time, and users' discommodity associated with the required paths.
Jevons coined a new use for the term 'discommodity' 'to signify any substance or action which is the opposite of commodity, that is to say, anything which we desire to get rid of, like ashes or sewage' (1888: 58).
Using then the mode of mesh from framework of the software CATIA, he succeeded in mended this still more selected his discommodity can utilize this complex form farther in process.