nonuniqueness

nonuniqueness

(ˌnɒnjuːˈniːknəs)
adj
formal the quality of being nonunique
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20) Similarly, the nonuniqueness of subjective probability or utility, mentioned by Wagner, can be captured with info-gap theory.
BREAKBEN will achieve a revolution in neuroimaging; we aim at breaking the barrier for measurement of neuronal currents by ULF MRI (neural current imaging; NCI) as well as breaking the nonuniqueness barrier for magnetoencephalography (MEG) by combining it with ULF MRI and accurately presented a priori information.
Nonuniqueness of canonical field quantization in Riemannian space-time.
It is remarkable that an example on the nonuniqueness of the index of refraction is constructed in [4, Section 6] for the class of radially symmetric indices of refraction with a jump discontinuity of n' ([absolute value of (x)]).
They found that the model parameters had the quality of nonuniqueness and it was unsuitable for evaluating the building thermal performance.
The nonuniqueness of the two single-wavenumber representations of the nonlinear energy in the MMT model results in the different appearances of energy spectra and energy budgets, which stem mainly from the nonlocal interactions among modes.
SOYEUR, On global weak solutions for Landau-Lifshitz equations: existence and nonuniqueness, Nonlinear Anal.
If early time data is lost nonuniqueness solutions may cause significant errors in reservoir evaluation.
In the energy critical case, the nice idea of Ni and Sacks [20] to prove the nonuniqueness is constructive and based on the fact that the Poisson equation does not regularize as much as the heat equation when the source term is only an integrable function.
To overcome the problems of nonuniqueness and instability in the inverse source modeling problem, the most popular approach is regularization which emphasizes the selection of a "well-behaved" source configuration from the possibly infinite set of such configurations that are consistent with the limited number of noisy concentration measurements.
I extend this principle of nonexclusivity or nonuniqueness to Bowen's proposed disciplinary-specific authorship guidelines.
Matthes, "The Derrida-Lebowitz-Speer-Spohn equation: Existence, NonUniqueness, and Decay Rates of the Solutions," SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis, vol.