noncongruent

noncongruent

(ˌnɒnˈkɒŋɡrʊənt)
adj
(Mathematics) maths not congruent or equal
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Phylogeny of the bristle worm family Eunicidae (Eunicida: Annelida) and the phylogenetic utility of noncongruent 16S.
(147) The test may thus be noncongruent and disproportionate because it prohibits a broad swath of conduct that is constitutionally innocuous: governmental activity that lacks a discriminatory purpose but produces a disparate impact.
And indeed, BOLD signals recorded in S-I during touch observation were mostly negative for the observation of noncongruent finger touches [77].
It was discovered that pathological interictal FR HFOs [11] delineate the seizure onset zone (SOZ) largely independent of and much more specific and accurate than epileptic spikes [12], as well as more reliably than an underlying, potentially noncongruent lesion [13].
By comparing noncongruent and congruent version that former is more verbose (32 against 20) and has a low literary profile.
To overcome this problem, Backhans and Cedas [15] proposed the ACM1 method that allowed the connection between noncongruent shell meshes through rigid beam forming an umbrella shape.
Since noncongruent change of shape is not always a desired property, because P may be strictly chosen, we introduce a second, orthogonal transformation by using Givens rotations and Givens matrices.
However, due to the noncongruent and sometimes unstable form of the TKR, wear is a constant issue.
This simulated in a rudimentary way the noncongruent interfacial contact and material combinations in various total knee replacements (e.g., metalon-polymer Genesis, Miller/Galante, Orthomet Plus, PCA Modular, PFC, and Whiteside Ortholoc II implants) [6, 20], total hip replacements (e.g., metal-on-metal hip resurfacings or metal-on-polymer traditional hip implants), and fracture fixation devices (metal cable-on-bone, metal nail-on-bone, metal plate-on-bone, etc.).
67, 84 (1976); see also Brian Soucek, The Return of Noncongruent Equal Protection, 83 FORDHAM L.
documented two versions of the polyethylene pumping mechanism, namely, diaphragm pumping characterized by deformation of a noncongruent liner suspended at the rim of the shell and piston pumping characterized by pistoning of the liner in and out of the shell, both of which probably coexist in vivo [16].