nonspatial


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nonspatial

(ˌnɒnˈspeɪʃəl)
adj
not involving space
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Adj.1.nonspatial - not spatial; "a nonspatial continuum"
spacial, spatial - pertaining to or involving or having the nature of space; "the first dimension to concentrate on is the spatial one"; "spatial ability"; "spatial awareness"; "the spatial distribution of the population"
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America must be able to orchestrate the interactions between its power and its projection of that power on guidance, delivery, and effects by employing spatial, nonspatial, hybrid, and complex projection means.
We used a nonspatial logistic regression with backward stepwise elimination and selected the final model on the basis of Akaike information criterion corrected for small samples and model weights (27).
We applied the following three models: (a) NSGLM: nonspatial generalized linear model, (b) SGLMM: spatial generalized linear mixed model, and (c) Sparse SGLMM: sparse version of the SGLMM, as introduced by Hughes and Haran (2013).
As for the limitations specified in the regulations, data collection methods were used to obtain related spatial and nonspatial data defining separate spatial data layers.
"Assessing Spatial and Nonspatial Factors for Healthcare Access: Towards an Integrated Approach to Defining Health Professional Shortage Areas." Health &Place 11 (2): 131-46.
As stated in the first law of geography, in a spatial context, spatial (spatiotemporal) correlation must be taken into consideration, which is an essential difference between spatial and nonspatial analysis.
Cued learning tests were used to evaluate swimming ability, visual acuity, nonspatial learning ability, and motor or sensorimotor function.
Due to the convergence of spatial and nonspatial information in the dentate gyrus, it is hypothesized that the dentate may also encode contextual memories by integrating spatial information with sensory information in a process called conjunctive encoding or binding [3, 12].
To determine which model to use, a nonspatial interaction model is used for spatial diagnostic tests based on the model selection mechanism proposed by Anselin (2005) [26].
Nonspatial forms of interaction include viewing spreadsheets and creating infographics such as bar and line graphs.
To develop an ownership map for some counties, we merged data from separate files (nonspatial ownership information and spatial polygons) using a common field of assessor parcel numbers (APNs).