nonredundant

nonredundant

(ˌnɒnrɪˈdʌndənt)
adj
not redundant
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The cladogram is based on nonredundant single-nucleotide polymorphism loci identified in the genome of all isolates relative to the S.
Early embryonic lethality of mice lacking ZO-2, but Not ZO-3, reveals critical and nonredundant roles for individual zonula occludens proteins in mammalian development.
Along with repeated sequences are stretches of sequence for which an annotation could not be determined using BLAST and the NCBI nonredundant database.
As this project proceeds, "orphan" terms will be standardized and others mapped to existing ontologies so that ExO evolves, is nonredundant, and ensures consistent use among the research community.
We performed axial coding (Corbin & Strauss, 2008), identifying common themes and groups of competencies, then compared, contrasted, collapsed, and blended the items into one list of nonredundant, nonoverlapping items.
23), (24) DCUN1D1, 2, and 3 interact with cullins to modulate their neddylation in a nonredundant manner and regulate activation of cullin-RING-ligases, the largest family of E3 ubiquitin ligases in mammals.
Therefore, in this work, we propose an improved tensor based multiclass multimodal analysis scheme especially for hybrid BCI, in which EEG signals of the hybrid tasks are denoted as multiway tensors, a nonredundant rank one tensor decomposition model is proposed to obtain nonredundant tensor components, a weighted Fisher criterion is designed to select multimodal discriminative patterns among hybrid tasks without ignoring the interactive effects of simultaneous tasks, and support vector machine (SVM) is extended to multiclass classification for hybrid tasks.
Basic Service Drop ( B S D ) A Service Drop Provided Between A Citydesignated Access Site And A Service Provider Access Point Via A Single Nonredundant Physical Cable Path, Minimal Six (6) Strands, And Connecting To The Redundant Ring Topology.
sup][9] The PDE4 isozymes in mammals are encoded by four genes termed PDE4A-4D, and each gene has unique, nonredundant role in regulation of cell functions.
That a whole grid relies on nonredundant facilities like a single line or a baseload generator, enough that a glitch can shut down a third of our archipelago, should raise red flags.
Suppliers with a link to a diverse set of firms can be critical to a buying firm because these suppliers generally have heterogeneous experiences and nonredundant information (Beckman & Haunschild, 2002).