undelayed

undelayed

(ˌʌndɪˈleɪd)
adj
1. archaic full strength
2. not delayed
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The long-lived phosphorescence of these tracers is captured at two instants of time (undelayed, time zero; delayed, time At).
However while the method proposed in [18] makes use of the undelayed inverse depth technique [5] for initializing new features into the map, the proposed work is based on the delayed initialization technique, which is proposed in [22], for the same purpose.
In light of this, diagnosing intestinal tuberculosis requires a high index of suspicion especially in countries in which tuberculosis is not endemic and an increased awareness of intestinal tuberculosis as a severe differential diagnosis seems critical especially in patients at risk in order to warrant undelayed treatment initiation.
Frequently they react to something they see, and especially to something they read or that is said to them, in a sudden, undelayed manner, and in an exaggerated way.
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." (101)
However, in daily life, a simple marker enabling undelayed assessment of various external factors and therapeutic outcomes is needed; ambulatory glycaemic profiles (AGP) with timing and quantity of food, exercise, and insulin dosage are known to be helpful to assess the diabetes control and the effects of various therapeutic and interfering factors [1-3].
[47] use the inverse depth method for undelayed initialization of the feature points.
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.e., the proportional reduction in incurability addressed above, though adjusted for it to be specific to screen-diagnosed cases).
Our motive comes from a delayed nonautonomous predator-prey system with disease in the prey in [5], and we consider the effect of impulsive perturbations on a corresponding undelayed periodic version in this paper.
Kishkarev, "Shape-memory dental quadriradical implants for single-stage immediate implantation and undelayed dental prosthetics," Biomedical Engineering, vol.