nonautomated

nonautomated

(ˌnɒnˈɔːtəˌmeɪtɪd)
adj
not automated or operated by machines
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In addition, similar nonautomated dispensers were recently installed on the University of California, Los Angeles, campus with the goal of reducing paper waste (Hahn, 2015).
The platform is available to all men and women, and removes much of the bureaucracy and time wasting associated with nonautomated administrative systems.
The blog also links to a webpage with a detailed summary of "ACL 2018 Audit Survey Results." Almost 60% of respondents reported using nonautomated or ad hoc audit analytics, while 20% used no analytics and only 2% used advanced analytic testing procedures (https://www.acl.com/audit/2018-audit-survey-results/).
(Diamond, 2018) The freshly advanced mobile robots are likely to integrate human tasks and, by substituting chiefly nonroutine manual and interactive tasks and harmonizing nonautomated ones, they eradicate not jobs, but work.
However, such a technique is usually subjective as it relies on the operator's perspective and on a nonautomated mode of counting.
The proposed module for automating this classification method demonstrated a perfect degree of agreement in comparison to the results of a previous nonautomated study.
The main limitations of the present study are the small sample size and that choroidal analysis was based on subjective, nonautomated measurements.
To begin with, repo transactions were confirmed on a nonautomated basis by telephone or fax.
While procedural regularity is a well-understood and generally desirable property for automated and nonautomated governance systems alike, it is merely one principle around which we can investigate a system's fairness.
These are the trade-off between safety and efficiency [12, 21], interaction between automated and nonautomated vehicles [2, 22], traffic flow stability [23, 24], and a large number of human factor issues [12, 25, 26], such as user acceptance and meaningful human control.
We thus recommend prescribing sPEP and using nonautomated immunofixation in patients having endocrine abnormalities with unknown etiology or with unusual clinical course.
While the cost of supplies for these nonautomated methods is relatively minimal, the cost of labor is expected to be higher, and quality (ie, cellularity) may potentially be compromised in low-resource and/or high-volume settings.