substraction


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substraction

(səbˈstrækʃən)
n
obsolete the act or process of subtracting
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Also, we introduce the notion of neutrosophic ideal and give some conditions for a neutrosophic set to be a neutrosophic ideal in substraction algebras.
Moreover, [n.sub.br] is the number of propagated branches using the substraction value of the convolution sum ([n.sub.dv]).
(B) Digital substraction angiogram demonstrating successful embolization of the left main renal artery using 300-500 um embospheres for presumed renal based hematuria.
According to the complexity of different operation, the addition, substraction, and multiplication units are set to the same latency cycle as the division and square root units.
Rubello, "An ectopic mediastinal parathyroid adenoma accurately located by a single-day imaging protocol of Tc99m pertechnetate-MIBI substraction scintigraphy and MIBI-SPECT- computed tomographic image fusion," Clinical Nuclear Medicine, vol.
This difference could be caused by the different function, where addition (+) is used in the encryption and substraction (-) in the decryption process.
Substraction series were obtained and the time-signal intensity curves of the lesions were drawn and interpreted.
Non-selective digital substraction angiography in comparison with selective conventional angiography in the diagnosis of carotid artery disease.
Kohrmann et al., "Repeated digital substraction angiography after perimesencephalic subarachnoid hemorrhage?" Journal of Neuroradiology, vol.
(d) Digital substraction angiography (DSA): a mechanical obstruction in this area with a tortuous right common iliac vein precluded advancement of the MitraClip system (the depicted arrow may indicate a venous valve).
and Substraction.' (34) For Hobbes, this constitutes the very nature of reasoning.