nonquantitative

nonquantitative

(ˌnɒnˈkwɒntɪtətɪv; ˌnɒnˈkwɒntɪˌteɪtɪv)
adj
not quantitative; qualitative
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number of inpatient days or outpatient visits covered by the plan) but also nonquantitative treatment limits (NQTLs, e.
20) This procedure circumvented the limitations of D171 and eliminated nonspecific background staining in CD155 immunoblots; however, this cumbersome and nonquantitative approach is not applicable for IHC.
However, when departments of insurance are reviewing policies, network adequacy is something that they will review as a nonquantitative limit.
In the case of nonquantitative assessment data such as a poststrike mission report, however, precision is a direct function of the specificity of detail included in the report text.
sup][2] However, these are limited in terms of clinical applications and research as they are nonquantitative and/or invasive.
For from an Aristotelian perspective, the notion of something being even that is not a specific even number is no more perplexing than the notion of a number that is not the number of a collection of nonquantitative units.
Then, the membership of relative standard value of the ith nonquantitative indicators is [alpha];, and the memberships of relative standard value of all indicators are ([[alpha].
For example, it would accept factfinders' using intuitive techniques in a nonquantitative and approximate fashion to evaluate and combine evidence on a factual element, as they pursue the abductive task of seeking truth while they interlace inductive premises and perform deductive testing of interim conclusions.
The former is generally considered to be broader, encompassing everything in the latter along with nonquantitative but nevertheless critical judgments made with regard to the selection of accounting policies from among available alternatives, rather than judgments made solely in their application.
Because we wanted to include lampreys caught during nonquantitative tows of the EPS study (n=14) in our density estimates, we needed to estimate the area covered during tows.
Although nonquantitative, visual inspection provides a general assessment of the cleanliness of the room being sampled.
The original system was criticized as being vague, nonquantitative, and unvalidated.