nonvalid

nonvalid

(ˌnɒnˈvælɪd)
adj
formal not valid; invalid
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In the second example, a new possibility is given by the high-variance scan methods to analyse regression residuals: they lead to the rejection of homoscedasticity hypothesis and focus on the individuals for which the linear regression model seems to be nonvalid.
We would like to point out that the two actors GT (greater) and LE (less or equal) are mutually exclusive, so only an actor that satisfies the predicate produces a valid token whose value is 0, while the other produces a nonvalid (don't care) token.
The discussion focuses on several questions: First, is a contract able to serve as a source of a duty to act only if it is valid, or can a nonvalid contract serve as a source of such duty as well?
Today, many networks (and honeypots) have tarpit functionality, which answers for any nonvalid connection attempt.
At 6-11 months old, the nonvalid dose for travel or exposure should be given.
The interinstitutional comparison of data and the production of sets of graphs for each of the 24 variables for each department helped considerably and pictorially to detect nonvalid data and trace anomalies.
Also, in our case, "the third wave" of democratization involved Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America, which in turn renders the two geographical dummies of Burnside and Dollar (2000) nonvalid instruments.
Our last presentation involved a point/counterpoint discussion between Peter Waldman and Mitch Burnstein regarding valid and nonvalid first offers.
After discounting nonvalid and incomplete responses, 213 usable responses remained (46.
While the book hopes to create a bridge between disciplines, the frequent use of technical language will alienate and confuse many literary critics, such as the bemusing oxymoronic observation that "'literary argumentation' is not merely legitimate nonvalid reasoning," but it can "help us bridge (or ignore) the gap between justification and the nonnecessary conclusion we are expected to draw" (11).
Valid and nonvalid names are listed on regularly updated websites (9,10).
Nonvalid responses included utterances like: "there's a girl", or "he has a hat.