nonvalidity

nonvalidity

(ˌnɒnvəˈlɪdətɪ)
adj
formal the quality of being nonvalid or invalid, a lack of validity
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Therefore, the nonvalidity of the Cox-Merz rule for the blend is attributed to the presence of long-chain branches for which the effects are more pronounced at low rates of deformation.
3) AP has a different opinion, which is as follows: Because these results are from a nonsignificant ganzfeld experiment, we cannot as yet draw conclusions concerning the nonvalidity of qualitative studies that are based on the whole mentation report of statistically significant studies.
For the past 30 years, the flaw of nonvalidity has been taken for granted, with claims that we should remain practical.
Derivation rules allow the derivation of new periodic authorizations on the basis of the validity or nonvalidity of other periodic authorizations.
In reference to the informational content noticed in a strongly picture-dominant hospital advertisement (share of space 50 percent), the following considerations result: Starting from the nonvalidity of the Low-Involvement-Paradigm in the observation of advertisements in the area of a 'high involvement product,' hospital services (Tscheulin and Helmig, 1996), it can be assumed that a strong stress on the picture decreases the informational value noticed in a subjective estimation by the subjects.