nonunique

nonunique

(ˌnɒnjuːˈniːk)
adj
formal not unique
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Incomplete capital markets, in which such products exist, make the pricing of such capital market products difficult and risk-neutral measures nonunique.
We spent a total of $13,689 to reach a nonunique total of 4,480,119 Facebook users.
270) Of course, this concern again is nonunique to sexual assault, but it is one that campuses should address for all students accused of misconduct that also potentially violates state or federal criminal codes.
a manufacturer of a nonunique item that takes less than 12 months to complete), it is permitted to change its tax method of accounting to recognize revenue on an accrual basis (i.
Note that in Corollary 2 we used the condition that the reconstruction result is nonunique (instead of the condition that the reconstruction result is unique in Theorem 1) since the zero-probability events are included here.
Not surprisingly, the relationship between radar reflectivity and snowfall rate is nonunique as shown in Figs.
Spokeswoman Elizabeth Arnett said: "Around 40% of Irish addresses are nonunique.
Some nonunique fixed point theorems of Ciric type on cone metric spaces.
7) is nonunique in general and a suitable pair has to be selected.
20) Initial searches generated a database of 670 nonunique articles.
But even employees in nonunique jobs nevertheless perform in ways that distinguish them from their coworkers in relevant ways--for example, by working accurately, promptly, and in a collegial fashion.
As known, not only in the case of coherent sources, but also when partially coherent radiators are involved, this problem has a nonunique solution [40].