nonintegral

nonintegral

(ˌnɒnˈɪntɪɡrəl; ˌnɒnɪnˈtɛɡrəl)
adj
(Mathematics) maths not having an integral value
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Therefore, several developed techniques may account for the nonintegral blade counts without modeling the entire blade rows, such as the phase-lagged approach modified by Giles [12] to eliminate the assumption of temporal periodicity.
where the nonintegral parameters m and n which are not less than 1 are the multiples of the unit of service.
In this work, a new convenient route to synthesize ternary nonintegral stoichiometry compound [Zn.sub.x][Cd.sub.1-x]S microspheres is presented which exhibits potential for fabrication of other ternary semiconductors as photocatalysts and optoelectronic materials.
In most researches, the used LKFs were constructed by introducing delay-based single and/or double integral terms into the typical nonintegral quadratic form of Lyapunov function for delay-free systems [17, 18, 28-33, 35-42, 4650,53-55].
These objects are called fractals and can be described using a nonintegral dimension called fractal dimension.
Nonintegral n values between 2 and 4 may reflect a crystal branching or mixed crystal growth nucleation.
The citations were subsequently categorized as either integral or nonintegral. Swales (1990) explains that integral citations include the cited author(s) as part of the citing sentence, thus placing greater prominence on the cited author(s) (see 1-2 above).
Generalization of dimensionality assumes fractional (nonintegral) value of dimension; this value is between integral values of topological and embedded dimension.
(iii) Due to nonintegral exponent of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] factor in the standard PDF forms [25-28, 48],[DELTA][q.sup.NS.sub.2]([[tau].sub.1]) in (46) becomes in general complex.
However, if the various constituent components of the temporally nonuniform environment are with incommensurable (nonintegral multiples) periods, then one has to consider the environment to be almost periodic since the assumption of almost periodicity is more realistic, more important, and more general when we consider the effects of the environmental factors.
Letting An denote the common value on integral points with i + j + k = n and [B.sub.n] be the value at nonintegral points with i + j + k = n + 1, it is easy to find isotropic solutions to the recurrence.