nonsymmetric

nonsymmetric

(ˌnɒnsɪˈmɛtrɪk) or

nonsymmetrical

adj
(Logic) logic maths (of a relation) not symmetric, asymmetric, or antisymmetric; holding between some pairs of arguments x and y and failing to hold for some other pairs when it holds between y and x
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Moberg's models are based on older trees, and more of his trees had more pronounced nonsymmetric profiles than the trees in this study.
In this section, unless otherwise specified, D denotes always a non-trivial nonsymmetric 2-(v, k, 2) design, and G [less than or equal to] Aut(D) is flag-transitive point-primitive with Soc(G) = [A.
it] as shadow price of energy, but also take into account the nonsymmetric test of the need, the shadow price of energy decomposition, the distinction between energy prices highest sequence [SPMAX.
Rebollar, "Generalized scattering matrix of generalized two-port discontinuities: application to four-port and nonsymmetric six-port couplers," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol.
Therefore, the system of linear algebraic equations (22) should be solved using a nonsymmetric matrix storage and a nonsymmetric solution scheme at each iteration within each time step.
N](C, C') had directionality and was therefore nonsymmetric.
38] proposed an adaptive fuzzy optimal control for a class of unknown nonlinear discrete-time systems which contained unknown functions and nonsymmetric dead zone.
based global manufacturer of precision molded components and tubing/'There is increased demand for more lumens with nonsymmetric cross sections, an increase in functionality with surface modification, or the incorporation of active additives, such as drugs or antimicrobial agents.
The presented control algorithm can operates under nonsymmetric operation or with fully autonomous phase control.
Stimulation was supplied via voltage-controlled, charge-balanced, biphasic, nonsymmetric pulses.
Tests with reinforced probe trials allowed within-session comparison between performance on symmetric and nonsymmetric trials.