nonmonotonic


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Adj.1.nonmonotonic - not monotonic
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
logic - the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
monotone, monotonic - of a sequence or function; consistently increasing and never decreasing or consistently decreasing and never increasing in value
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In Nonmonotonic Reasoning: Essays Celebrating Its 30th Anniversary, ed.
Hormones and endocrinedisrupting chemicals: low-dose effects and nonmonotonic dose responses.
A polity's effective number of veto players exhibits a nonmonotonic relationship with investment--that is, additional veto players are associated with increased investment but only when evaluated at intermediate numbers of veto players.
It is demonstrated that the stress-strain relations correctly predict nonmonotonic changes in the specific volume observed in creep tests.
Testing Hypothesis 3a, which envisions a nonmonotonic selection-effects relationship, requires a different functional form for the independent variables.
In addition to the main track, eight special tracks were organized: Agronomy and Artificial Intelligence, Anomaly Detection, Applications of Argumentation, Conditionals and Nonmonotonic Reasoning, De Finetti's Heritage in Uncertainty and Decision-Making, Graphical Models: From Theory to Applications, Innovative Applications of Textual Analysis Based on AI, and Intelligent Systems in Health Care and mHealth for Health Outcomes
Relative to the lateral prostate, the less estrogen-sensitive dorsal and ventral lobes and periurethral prostatic ducts exhibited a nonmonotonic dose response for T + E-induced PIN incidence and scores.
Liv Osland and Gwilym Pryce(2007) studied the relationship between housing price and the accessibility of workplace in Glasgow (Scotland)with the help of gravity-based model, indicating that accessibility has a nonmonotonic effect in housing price (Liv Osland, Gwilym Pryce,2012).
The nonmonotonic behavior of public debt with respect to capital mobility reflects the changing trade-offs induced by tax competition on both intertemporal and intraperiod redistribution.
In addition, a software trigger can be derived from acquired data via a measurement value, detection of a nonmonotonic edge, a runt condition, or interaction with up to four user-defined intersect/ must-not-intersect zones.
The differences of the fitting curves for the two indicators further highlighted the nonmonotonic dependence of cutaneous melanoma and UVA exposures.
The nonmonotonic changes with polymer concentration at two different temperatures were observed for dielectric anisotropy.