undelayed

undelayed

(ˌʌndɪˈleɪd)
adj
1. archaic full strength
2. not delayed
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In [10], the authors extended the results of [9,11] by proposing a new method based on an undelayed equivalent network which has two parts: the linear main body and the error auxiliary, and it was shown that the network can reach agreement with arbitrary communication delays.
Given this premise, the Supreme Court has observed that "[e]xecutive power over enemy aliens, undelayed and unhampered by litigation, has been deemed, throughout our history, essential to war-time security.
Dictatorships depend on training masses in undelayed animal reflex signal reactions, although leaders reserve for themselves symbol reactions.
This is the period-specific number of detections of the cancer consequent to the screening multiplied by three probabilities: the probability of the case being one of a genuine, life-threatening cancer (rather than overdiagnosed as such); the probability of a screen-diagnosed genuine case of the cancer being incurable by treatment delayed to the time when the cancer already would be clinically manifest; and the probability of undelayed treatment upon screen-diagnosis being curative of such an otherwise ncurable case (i.
So," Hayden continued, "as well as feeding the voice though the PA with appropriate delays, you run it undelayed through the speakers above the performers' heads, which helps the audience hear it as the anchor reference.
We used root mean squared error (RMSE), expressed as a proportion of the total undelayed reward amounts ($9.
For studying the [alpha]-stability problem, based on the asymptotic stability of the linear undelayed part, i.
WASHINGTON -- The Generic Pharmaceutical Association (GPbA) wants language about biogenerics removed from pending health care reform proposals unless the wording specifically addresses the need for undelayed introduction of biogenerics to the marketplace.
90) Citing a long and unbroken line of precedent, the Court declared: "Executive power over enemy aliens, undelayed and unhampered by litigation, has been deemed, throughout our history, essential to war-time security.
In these cases, prosecutors are much more interested in reducing their own administrative costs while earning some type (any type) of undelayed conviction.
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