nonstructured

nonstructured

(ˌnɒnˈstrʌktʃəd)
adj
not structured; unstructured
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The MAC stage uses a nonstructured vector representation, automatically derived from structured representations, such that their dot products provide an estimate of how SME will score the original structural representations.
Busy clinicians are often limited to a nonstructured interview, and screening may supplant a formal assessment.
Insurers must take the lead in incorporating the often nonstructured data generated via digital sources into their existing distribution models.
In other words, in nonstructured situations or when there was no reason to believe that there was a useful source of information to resolve ambiguity, FD and FID people differed in their response to external social referents; thus, the amount of information cues only affected people with the FID cognitive style.
Even when results are entered as discrete data elements, subsequent storage mechanisms usually result in nonstructured text or nonstandard custom data fields in a local computer system.
Development of econometric forecasting models, even those from the group of nonstructured models such as models from the ARIMA group, unambiguously requires knowledge and understanding of economic and social circumstances, as well as mutual connections and impacts among them.
Think about how well you deal with change, whether you work better in a structured or nonstructured environment, whether you're more comfortable having routines or prefer the challenge of the unknown, and how much time and energy you are willing to devote to getting up to speed in a new role.
After institutional review board approval, the data for this study were derived from an existing database of 60 nonstructured telephone interviews with teachers and students the author conducted with research assistants (doctoral students) over a 10-year period.
2011), roller skating (Powers, Thibadeau, & Rose, 1992), aerobic exercise (Bachman & Sluyter, 1988), and nonstructured exercise (McGimsey & Favell, 1988).
Quality of nonstructured and structured abstracts of original research articles in the British Medical Journal, the Canadian Medical Association Journal and the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Caring~Web was built in collaboration with university Web site designers to provide support through four primary components: (a) a nonstructured email discussion, Caretalk, via a mailing list that connects the caregiver with other caregivers and the nurse specialist; (b) an opportunity to email a nurse specialist backed by an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team, called Ask the Nurse, to ask any questions or discuss issues related to caring; (c) educational links to information about stroke, caring, and caregivers from reputable Web sites; and (d) customized educational information, such as nutrition or caregiver stress, provided in a monthly educational tip format (Steiner & Pierce, 2002).