nonintegral

nonintegral

(ˌnɒnˈɪntɪɡrəl; ˌnɒnɪnˈtɛɡrəl)
adj
(Mathematics) maths not having an integral value
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Nonintegral n values between 2 and 4 may reflect a crystal branching or mixed crystal growth nucleation.
Ablart, "An analytical expression for the input impedance of a fractal tree obtained by a microelectronical process and experimental measurements of its nonintegral dimension," Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, vol.
Conversely, nonintegral citations refer to parenthetical or superscript numbered citations, which give greater emphasis to the reported message (see 3-4 above).
n] be the value at nonintegral points with i + j + k = n + 1, it is easy to find isotropic solutions to the recurrence.
Spanish writers, on their part, prefer non-integral forms that downplay the role of the author and reduce her/his visibility (around 62% nonintegral citations vs.
There was an ongoing tension in participants' discourse between sex as symbolic of the relationship as a whole, and sex as a nonintegral part of the whole relationship.
However, despite the fact that this policy gave rise to the trend of outdoor recreation, nevertheless it hindered the growth of industry differentiation, as owners were advised to follow the nonintegral development policy.
Kellogg Company) consisted of a nonintegral flame gun and trailer.
The Institute urged the government to retain the current cost safe harbor, expressing its appreciation for the IRS and Treasury's willingness "to consider an alternative to SCBM that would permit charges to be made at cost for certain low-margin and nonintegral services.
17 nm) transitions, and the charge distribution was calculated from the nonintegral d-values between the plateaus (Malla and Douglas 1987a; Lagaly 1994).