nonmathematical

nonmathematical

(ˌnɒnˌmæθəˈmætɪkəl)
adj
not mathematical
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Discussing predication, Charlton defends Aristotle's view that there are more forms of predication than one, and consider this issue in connection with nonmathematical discourse.
Dealing concretely with arithmetic and geometry is important on lower levels, and connecting them with nonmathematical contexts expands students' understanding of the value and interest of mathematical ideas and procedures.
1998) (noting that "[i]n speaking about qualitative analysis, we are referring not to the quantifying of qualitative data but rather to a nonmathematical process of interpretation, carried out for the purpose of discovering concepts and relationships in raw data and then organizing these into a theoretical explanatory scheme"); id.
We shall argue that this is not a proper presentation of SFOL, and that it has negative consequences for the dissemination of logic in nonmathematical environments.
Some readers will recognize that this is simply a formal generalization of the oft-cited "unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences" to nonmathematical languages and reality at large.
Defensive funds may have nonmathematical attributes as well.
The paper is written in a didactic mode that embraces a nonmathematical, rather than a statistically-oriented approach to the topic and is intended as a guide for researchers interested in applying this methodology but who may be somewhat uncertain of the testing strategy involved.
Intuitive Biostatistics: A Nonmathematical Guide to Statistical Thinking.
Numeracy [mathematics] also includes spatial thinking, visual representation, analysis of cause and effect and randomness in events, and data handling [and graphing], which arise in many seemingly nonmathematical parts of the school curriculum ...
In nonmathematical shorthand, we can say that it always works and it's computationally efficient.
Side-channel analysis [5, 6] which focuses on exploiting the implementation or some measurable nonmathematical property of a cryptographic system, was introduced by Kocher et al.
Given that pedagogical fidelity can include elements of procedural and declarative knowledge, which are perhaps more easily mimicked by nonmathematical designers of apps, it is not surprising that this type of fidelity is most commonly found in the apps.