nonintrusive

nonintrusive

(ˌnɒnɪnˈtruːsɪv)
adj
not intrusive or disruptive
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It covers the history of nondestructive evaluation, testing, characterization, and inspection, as well as nonintrusive inspection and common NDE methods; neutron and proton imaging techniques; the role and physics of x-ray and y-ray imaging; high-energy photon interactions with matter; simulations, safety, shielding, and dosimetry; radiation sources and detectors; equipment and system configuration; image reconstruction and analysis for digital radiography and computed tomography; image quality; special techniques; and inspection applications ranging from 1-D gauging to 2-D and 3-D imaging for cultural art objects, NASA components, complex additive manufacturing parts, munitions, explosives, special nuclear materials, and other applications.
This is done in a nonintrusive way that blends seamlessly with the propulsive narrative.
All of those relate to understanding human emotions, which Facebook has been working to map, all while being nonintrusive and strategizing for a product that is inexpensive.
He said: "The Health and Safety Executive has requested that a further full nonintrusive survey be undertaken and the report issued prior to works recommencing.
Rather than creating advanced blocker blocking technology, focus on creating lightweight nonintrusive, nonautoplaying ads that people actually want to watch.
Going to the cinema is not an activity which will affect other people going to church like a football match can on Easter Sunday, so the cinema's opening is nonintrusive.
This will complete the suite of nonintrusive rehabilitation solutions available to HammerHead customers.
Very soon, the government will come out with certain guidelines and certain methods of streamlining this process of scrutiny cases ( and) make it as nonintrusive as possible.
Smart accessories, comprising smart watches and smart wrist bands, are expected to lead the development of the wearable computing devices market in the coming years due to their nonintrusive incorporation into everyday life.
The contributors point out that government interventions may take a variety of forms, from relatively nonintrusive performance-based regulations to more aggressive antitrust and competition policies and barriers to entry.
Each kit (manufactured by Analog Devices) also includes a USB-based in-circuit emulator providing an easy, portable, nonintrusive debugging solution for the kit Avnet Electronics Marketing, www.
EnhanceIO is ideal for database, "big data" and virtualization applications, where the software provides nonintrusive performance enhancement by fluidly integrating into existing storage infrastructures and increasing input/output (I/O) levels.