orientationally

orientationally

(ˌɔːrɪɛnˈteɪʃənəlɪ)
adv
in an orientational manner
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These more challenging SOT assessments are helpful in that they enable us to measure balance ability in the absence of other sensory information (condition 5) or in the presence of orientationally inaccurate visual information (condition 6).
Accordingly, it was anticipated that particle dose in more complex acinus should be orientationally insensitive too.
After three lectures on statistical mechanics, four or five lectures each cover packing, coding, and ground states; entropy, probability and packing; ideas about self-assembly; the effects of particle shape in orientationally ordered soft materials; statistical mechanics and nonlinear elasticity; and quantitative stochastic homogenization: the local control of homogenization error through corrector.
Dyrby, "Orientationally invariant metrics of apparent compartment eccentricity from double pulsed field gradient diffusion experiments," NMR in Biomedicine, vol.
Benefiting from a higher number of orthogonal gradient directions, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) provides mean diffusivity (MD) from orientationally averaged apparent diffusivity removing the orientational dependence of the ADC in DWI [4].
Inspired by this discovery, Alina Vrabioiu and Tim Mitchison designed an orientationally constrained GFP-septin construct, using it to determine septin filament organization and dynamics in living yeast (Vrabioiu and Mitchison, 2006, 2007).
As commonly used in the literature, the calculated physicochemical properties are here expressed as dipole moment ([mu]), average polarizability (([alpha])), polarizability anisotropy ([DELTA][alpha]), first-order hyperpolarizability aligned along the [mu] direction ([[beta].sub.[mu]]), and average second-order hyperpolarizability (([gamma])), which are orientationally invariant quantities:
Lavrentovich, "Electrically reconfigurable optical metamaterials based on orientationally ordered dispersions of metal nano-rods in dielectric fluids," in Liquid Crystals XIV, vol.
Anchoring is governed by the so-called anchoring energy, [[W.sub.anch], which is the orientationally dependent (anisotropic) part of the surface tension.
The calculation of the designed borehole induction motor is started by orientationally and expediently choosing the related equivalent circuit parameters.
To resolve situations of sensory conflict as in conditions 1 and 6, the CNS theoretically uses the orientationally accurate input from the vestibular system (2,35).
Thus, the orientationally induced centripetal state is interpreted as a manifestation of the linear (static) interactive component.
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