nonmalleable

nonmalleable

(ˌnɒnˈmælɪəbəl)
adj
not malleable or pliable
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* Metal components including cast iron pipes, fittings for pipes, cast nonmalleable iron pipes, ductile iron or steel for pipes, cast iron bathtubs and more.
To maximize the total work performed by the tasks which completes their executions before deadlines, two polynomial-time approximation algorithms are proposed for nonmalleable parallel tasks and malleable tasks.
In the subset protocol of [30], Sang utilized a nonmalleable NonInteractive Zero-Knowledge (NIZK) argument, which is based on the Boneh-Goh-Nissim (BGN) cryptosystem to protect it against malicious attacks.
Segev, "Nonmalleable extractors with short seeds and applications to privacy amplification," SIAM Journal on Computing, vol.
In the artist's hands, the brittle, fragile and nonmalleable all transform into monuments of strength and grace, transcendental objects of art that demonstrate how divine aspirations find expression in human creativity.
Reading was primarily done with materials that were text on paper formats, and the content was fixed and nonmalleable.
Nonmalleable family characteristics that might have direct effects on outcomes or moderate the family risk and protective processes that affect the outcomes of diseases of childhood and adolescence include low socioeconomic status, severe disease and invasive treatment, recency of diagnosis, pre-illness psychopathology in the patient or other family member, patient sex (Herskowitz, et al., 1995), ethnicity (Kaslow & Brown, 1995), and family composition (family size, presence of siblings, and so on).
Hard law is relatively nonplastic and nonmalleable. Judicial change is limited by judicial norms and doctrines like stare decisis, and the democratic process is limited by the inertia of legislation.
In this cultural setting, it is not surprising that young Korean children revealed mostly static and global beliefs about goodness, and that they viewed badness in a nonmalleable way.
Only after nonmalleable processing capital becomes obsolete will surviving processors rachet down exvessel price.
Faculty discussing these issues in Virginia characteristically respond to descriptions of the technological classroom with the assertion that "I want to filter and chunk and shape the material for my students." That response ignores the degree to which faculty have already ceded that control, to technologies that are so familiar that they are not even recognized by the user--to books and even to some of the older, nonmalleable contemporary technologies such as videotape and film.