nonbasic

nonbasic

(ˌnɒnˈbeɪsɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) chem lacking the qualities of a base, not containing a base
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Distinguishing basic from nonbasic visual contents limits the force of the examples discussed by Cohen, White, and Crispin Wright (2007).
Fodor writes, "Intentional psychology is a special (i.e., nonbasic) science, so its laws are ceteris paribus laws.
Rethinking the development of 'nonbasic' emotions: A critical review of existing theories.
Similar to the Simplex method, the GRC method divides the decision variables into basic and nonbasic variables.
Close examination of the industrial end-user group suggests that two situations can possibly affect coating manufacturers in the future: (a) governments may regulate the maximum fraction of water contained in certain categories of nonbasic necessities, or simply ban their use in regions strongly affected by water shortage; (b) independent of the existence of restrictive regulations, citizens could simply consider that non-essential products containing a significant proportion of water are detrimental to their well-being and subsistence.
Nonbasic guys also have studded and spiked loafers designed just for them, while some women's shoes are adorned with pearls and crystals.
Here, one must distinguish among (1) the liberties surrounding basic "political" (79) speech and (2) nonbasic (that is, nonconstitutional), second principle of justice, liberties surrounding (i) equal opportunity in, say, advertising for jobs, (ii) the liberties and regulations surrounding, say, advertising in the context of consumer information, and (iii) market-strategic advertising.
Together with nonbasic child care, religious activities, and out-of-home leisure, voluntary activities are in the group of activities that are most enjoyable, with average net-affect and u-index of 3.483 and 0.194, respectively, this being consistent with prior results (Kahneman et al.
But, in contrast to nonbasic liberties, they can be limited only for the sake of securing other basic liberties.
The embedding capacity of [B'.sub.[phi](i)], denoted by [C.sub.i] (bits), equals the number of nonbasic pixels valued [[??].sub.[phi](i),L] and [[??].sub.[phi](i),R].
Alazba, "Simple statistical equivalents of Penman-Monteith formula's parameters in the absence of nonbasic climatic factors," Arabian Journal of Geosciences, vol.
At optimality only one of the pair of parameters can be basic; the other will be nonbasic and have a value of zero.