nonoverlapping

nonoverlapping

(ˌnɒnəʊvəˈlæpɪŋ)
adj
that does not overlap
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However, for nonoverlapping domain decomposition, to obtain robustness for certain cases, an additional eigenvalue problem is needed to replace an extension theorem.
The original image S is divided into nonoverlapping pixel blocks of size 8 x 8 and then transformed into frequency domain.
In particular, the tumor is divided into a set of nonoverlapping ROIs as illustrated in Figures 1(e) and 1(f).
(IHTSDO is now known as SNOMED International.) In general, it was found that overlapping concepts were 1.89 times more likely to be in error than nonoverlapping concepts (55% versus 29%) [19].
Scoring instructions were discussed among the reviewers and included the following: (1) MDM2 signals were visualized as a discrete black signal whereas CHR12 signals were detected as a discrete red signal; (2) cases were considered acceptable for evaluation if endogenous MDM2 and CHR12 signals were identified in non-tumor cells; (3) 40 nonoverlapping tumor nuclei were to be enumerated per case, recording the number of MDM2 signals and CHR12 signals per tumor nucleus; (4) aneusomy of CHR12 was considered if the average CHR12 copy number per cell was greater than 3; and (5) if a subpopulation of apparent tumor cells was amplified, the tumor cells were scored unselectively to determine the overall MDM2: CHR12 ratio.
In order to determine the consistency of findings, three nonoverlap effect sizes (Parker, Vannest, & Davis, 2011) were calculated, specifically, percentage of nonoverlapping data (PND), improvement rate difference (IRD), and Tau-U.
Furthermore, the home range of the red fox is compact, nonoverlapping, and relatively well-defined with year-round occupancy, unlike the range of other wild canids (10,12), humans, and dogs, which can have varied and long-distance movements.
In this paper, we propose a new method, namely, dynamic principal component analysis (DPCA) with nonoverlapping moving window, to deal with both epileptic seizure detection and epilepsy diagnosis problems.
The percentage of time on-task, task-completion, accuracy, and percentage of nonoverlapping data points (PND) during a fifteen minute independent task time for the five students are reported and depicted in Figures 1 through 5.
Given these realities, we need a new paradigm that conceptualizes schizophrenia as a multifarious illness consisting of largely nonoverlapping indicators.
Besides the side effects common to all TKIs, sorafenib and sunitinib also have several nonoverlapping side effects.
The Rimonabant in Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders (RIO) trial series comprises four distinct international multicenter trials looking at the effects of the drug in nonoverlapping populations.