nonexpert

nonexpert

(ˌnɒnˈɛkspɜːt)
n
a person who is not an expert
adj
relating to a person who is not an expert
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Consequently, each individual test taken by each individual participant, expert or nonexpert, differed from every other test.
This modest volume, by the head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Adelaide University in Australia, is a concise introduction to the fundamentals and applications of active control of sound for the nonexpert. It is also a quick reference for the specialist engineer.
They are comprehensive, authoritative, and thorough, while being clearly organized and written for the nonexpert.
They need it in order to interpret their findings to nonexpert users, to understand their own search findings, and to develop skilled search strategies.
Travel expenses of a nonexpert witness who resides outside of the state are properly taxable.
Even though the book encompasses a wide range of disciplines, perspectives, and substantive foci, the articles in the book are accessible to the nonexpert in a particular field or policy specialization.
Technical communication, however, assumes an expert to nonexpert or expert-user stance.
provides something of a road map by which the nonexpert can negotiate the rugged terrain of Zwingli studies.
This allows nonexpert users to augment the lexical databases without requiring expert knowledge.
Presumably an error introduced at the typesetting stage, the genealogical table of the House of York has Edward IV's children descending via John de la Pole, Earl of Lincoln-confusing the nonexpert for whom the book is intended.
To address the experimental questions, three sets of experimental conditions were evaluated: expert versus nonexpert KF experience, expert versus nonexpert QF experience, and question familiarity and difficulty.