noncentral

noncentral

(ˌnɒnˈsɛntrəl)
adj
1. (Mathematics) maths relating to a curve or surface that does not have a centre
2. (Statistics) statistics having a mean that is not zero
3. (General Physics) physics related to a force that is not central
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That is Central Noncentral, Steady Unsteady and Maintained.
With the immunotherapy rising up in recent years, especially the immune checkpoint blockade of cytotoxic T-lymphocyte-associated antigen 4, programmed death 1 (PD-1) and others have been encouraging efforts in multiple noncentral nervous system malignant tumors, immunotherapy has been a hot issue of the treatment of glioblastoma once upon a time.
constitutes noncentral moral conscience--but would also extend
The nature of firm ownership is determined from the firms' annual reports: 1) A firm is regarded as a CSOE if it is controlled by the central government; 2) a firm is considered a LSOE if it is ultimately controlled by a local government at the provincial, municipal, or county level or by any other noncentral governmental institution; 3) a firm is regarded as a PROE if its ultimate controlling shareholder is an individual or a nongovernment entity, such as a foreign enterprise or another enterprise that is not under any form of government control; and 4) a firm is considered to be a township-village enterprise if it is ultimately controlled by all of the residents of a rural community where it is also usually located.
Having said that, however, it also has the disadvantage of not being a good estimator for noncentral parameters (Bentler, 2004).
There are some noncentral separable potentials in spherical coordinates which are of considerable interest and are practical in the branches of science such as chemistry and nuclear physics.
The rth noncentral moment of a random variable X is given by E([X.sup.r]) = [[integral].sup.[infinity].sub.- [infinity]][x.sup.r]f(x)dx.
Third, TRH has a rhythmic secretion during the day-night cycle in noncentral nervous system tissues (such liver) regulating metabolic function; however, there seems to be confusion about no rhythmic secretion of TRH in pancreas.
Firstly, we generate five skewed signals based on the noncentral t-distributions [13] whose degrees of freedom and noncentrality parameters are (10, 2), (10, 1), (12, -1), (15, -2), (20, 1), respectively.
However, the aforementioned models belong to mean regression, in which the model assumptions cannot be easily extended to noncentral locations and do not always complement the nature real-world data, especially in the case of homoscedasticity [12].
where N is the number of regions in a study area, L is the number of stratum, F follows a noncentral F-distribution with the 1st df L - 1, the 2nd df N - L, and noncentrality A, and a is the probability of q [greater than or equal to] x.
Though all three types may have enjoyed a central position in a transportation network at one point in time, the offline metropolis now acts as an example of a noncentral location.