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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Categorical variables were compared between the four groups using the Chi-square test, and continuous variables were compared using analysis of variance (ANOVA) for symmetric continuous and Kruskal-Wallis test for nonsymmetric continuous data.
(Location of the axis of this hole would be defined by its true position as described above and its location tolerance as in the Hole Location Tolerance section below.) Nonsymmetric features would be then specified with respect to these three datum planes.
Nonsymmetric tangent load on a boundary of an elastic half-space, Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 79: 264-272.
WILLOUGHBY, A generalized nonsymmetric Lanczos procedure, Comput.
The second demand profile mimics a nonsymmetric demand profile in which the inflow is gradual, but the outflow is abrupt.
For this second test case, we consider a hypothetical two-dimensional dam break problem with nonsymmetric breach that is a typical validation made in many presented papers, for example, [30-33].
It is a nonsymmetric matrix that couples the relative normal displacement with the tangential force.
Nevertheless, scatters are distributed irregularly or nonuniformly around targets; the distributions of scatters in practice are generally nonsymmetric. Considering complexity, people have paid less attention to nonsymmetric distributed sources.
The inverse mapping function, proposed by Kosloff and Tal-Ezer [9, 14], can be derived into either symmetric or nonsymmetric transformation forms over the interval [-1, 1], and the nonsymmetric transformation in (16) is considered to deliver more flexibility in the distribution of the collocation points over the domain.
That is, the wave functions for m =12 are nonsymmetric. In addition, on the contrary to the case discussed by Razavy [18], in which he supposed the m is taken as positive integers, we are going to show what happens to the negative m case.
Schultz, "GMRES: a generalized minimal residual algorithm for solving nonsymmetric linear systems," SIAM Journal on Scientific and Statistical Computing, vol.
Carter and Booker [16] provided an efficient analysis of the consolidation of axisymmetric elastic bodies subjected to nonsymmetric loading by using the continuous Fourier series.