nonambiguous

nonambiguous

(ˌnɒnæmˈbɪɡjʊəs)
adj
not ambiguous, clear
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Power Their descriptions are accurate and nonambiguous Their descriptions can be manipulated by symbols Mathematics provides a high degree of reliability The math is based on a large body of knowledge Limitations They restrict the developer to a single language They are focused on transformations between descriptions They tend not to be methods Not all software projects can be formalized Formalisms tend to be isolated from each other Research focuses on individual formalisms A broad integration of formalisms is required Table 2: Power and limitations of formal methods [12].
This includes sex chromosomes, gonads, sex hormones, and nonambiguous internal and external genitalia.
Samples of nuclear ITS sequences with nonambiguous and ambiguous bases of three Cedrela species' populations.
When instead firms operate in liberalized and deregulated segments of electricity or gas, whether strategic interaction is best described with price or quantity competition is debatable (depending also on the time horizon adopted in the analysis, as we know from) (this also explains the importance of the nonambiguous result of the next section on the desirability of integration, independently of the nature of competition).
Of note, mean differences provide no insight into the stability of the factor structure and, hence, the scoring of the SOS; however, nonambiguous interpretation of mean differences necessitates no difference in factor structure across conditions.
The Climate and Forecast (CF) convention standard names are growing in popularity for their high specificity, going beyond mere keywords to describe nonambiguous physical parameters with canonical units.
22) Urmila Seshagiri argues that pregnancy is the only nonambiguous element of Voyage, as it is bound up with nationhood: "Pregnancy intensifies the cultural ambivalence that history has thrust upon Anna, and the baby's uncertain paternity furthers the mysteries and erasures of Anna's already-fractured lineage.
Perhaps the only nonambiguous word in the statement is <i>we.
For example, the nonambiguous coding of diabetes would need to indicate if it were for diabetes type 1 or 2; insulin requiring or not; and complicated with renal, ophthalmic, hypertensive, coronary, cerebrovascular, or neurologic disease.
We amplified the serum DNA of all HBsAg-positive subjects by PCR and obtained nonambiguous sequences for 99 subjects, 51 of whom were positive for R249S.
When the states of nature are assumed to be nonambiguous, [EVA.
The conspirators themselves imagine the future performances, but quite characteristically they assume their meaning will be nonambiguous.