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noninteractive

(ˌnɒnˌɪntərˈæktɪv)
adj
not interactive, not involving interaction
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Specifically, the performance right is limited by the statutory license in section 114, which allows nonexempt noninteractive digital subscription services, eligible nonsubscription services, pre-existing subscription services, and preexisting satellite digital audio radio services to perform publicly sound recordings by means of digital audio transmissions.
mechanical rights for digital noninteractive services are subject to
Environmental justice scholars have observed that public hearings are often noninteractive forums in which agency representatives listen but do not answer questions or otherwise respond to public comments in real time (Kojola 2018).
Despite the above measures and the extensive efforts invested in developing mediation scales, we still lack standardized scales that would similarly and concurrently measure mediation strategies applying to both noninteractive use of media--namely, viewing audiovisual content via various screen types--and interactive use for playing, learning, and/or communicating.
The video is in fact a programmed, noninteractive, self-playing game whose "user" becomes an immobile viewer of the frustrating Sisyphean efforts of four humanoid characters, all identical in appearance, dealing with obstacles in their separate realities.
In order to satisfy noninteractive video monitoring requirements, this paper takes the image of adaptive threshold segmentation results and obtains the array of tags that may be the foreground target and the background.
Almost the majority of the interviewees found these design components such as challenge, pacing difficulty for every level, clear goals, special rewards, interactive game environment, AI actor interaction, graphic quality, characters, option to skip noninteractive content, unobtrusive view, hints, tutorials, and consistent control system to be important as well in video games because these components do instill affect on user's gaming experience during the course of the game.
Comparing the estimation results in Tables 5 and 4, it can be observed that the [R.sup.2] of the noninteractive effect model is smaller whether it is the adjacent weight or the distance weight.
Their protocol was completely noninteractive between any users, and both of the computation and the communication complexities of each user in our solution were independent of the computing function.
Mean centering was applicable, as TRG and TAD are noninteractive to each other, and each of them obeys Beer's law according to the following equation ([V.sub.a] = [A.sub.TRG] [C.sub.TRG] + [A.sub.TAD] [C.sub.TAD]), where [V.sub.a] is the vector of absorbance, [A.sub.TRG]-[A.sub.TAD] are the molar absorptivities, and [C.sub.TRG]- [C.sub.TAD] are the concentrations of TRG and TAD, respectively.
'It's a better alternative to morphine, which doctors legally prescribe, but makes the patient noninteractive, drowsy, sleepy,' he said.
Braselton, "Comparing the effects of interactive and noninteractive complementary nutrients on growth in a chemostat," Open Journal of Applied Sciences, vol.