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nonmeaningful

(ˌnɒnˈmiːnɪŋfʊl)
adj
empty of meaning; meaningless
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.nonmeaningful - having no meaning or direction or purpose; "a meaningless endeavor"; "a meaningless life"; "a verbose but meaningless explanation"
unimportant - not important; "a relatively unimportant feature of the system"; "the question seems unimportant"
purposeless - not evidencing any purpose or goal
unimportant, insignificant - devoid of importance, meaning, or force
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Moreover, automation has been questioned, as algorithms may pose bias and result in stereotypical or nonmeaningful data portrayals.
(120) In 1965, researchers discovered that when individuals were exposed to a single meaningful or unusual item among a list of other nonmeaningful items, the meaningful or unusual item generated a large positive ERP component about 300 milliseconds after the meaningful or unusual item was presented.
The extent dynamic standing endurance is effected when CVA subjects perform personally meaningful activities rather than nonmeaningful tasks.
So, Sim Chen-Hui, and Low Wei-Shan (2012) studied the gestures, and looked at gestures from two general categories, meaningful and nonmeaningful gestures.
Morozov (2009) uses the term slacktivism to describe nonrisky, nonmeaningful activism based on such weak ties on Facebook.
(iii) A message acknowledgement mechanism and a disconnection alarm are introduced to avoid nonmeaningful and irrelevant communications in the wireless network.
First, keto-index sharply increases whereas 1775index evolves in a nonmeaningful way.
Despite the prompts intended to promote students' critical evaluation of websites, the students were still quick and dichotomous in evaluating websites--either "good" or "bad." They also tended to generate vague, nonmeaningful responses to the prompts in the reading and summary tabs.
Recognizing the dynamic nature of materiality, though, releases the court from its own logical box: it allows decision makers to distinguish between meaningful errors and nonmeaningful errors, based not on size but on time.
I have already mentioned the blending of poetic rhythm, meter, rhyme, and speech rhythm, and this in itself shows that Browning was aware of the need to bring the other nonmeaningful patterns into his-forgive the word in this context-picture.
A statistically nonsignificant finding with a small effect size and adequate sample size is a conclusive finding (Onwuegbuzie, 2004), because nonmeaningful differences are evident.
"There are far too many nonmeaningful awards out there," he believes.