unideal

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unideal

(ˌʌnaɪˈdɪəl)
adj
1. not perfectly desirable or best
2. literary not having or pursuing any ideal
3. formal not displaying or conveying any idealism
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Whatever the case you are currently in, I salute you because this is the first step to get out of an unideal situation and seeking a better one.
Validation and comparisons of these models for liver fibrosis in chronic HBV infection showed unideal or inconsistent findings or diminished accuracy [14-22].
It is unideal to directly use pixel values to match similar blocks in suspicious images since the forgers may distort the content of the tampered images.
An unideal situation during a period which will see Klopp's side face five games, with a potential sixth, including clashes with Everton and Manchester City.
The function of institutions which used to assume the exclusive role of legislative, executive and judicative is no longer able to accommodate, hence the doctrine of separation of power is considered as unideal. What is deemed as more ideal is the principle of check and balances or sharing of power.
(19) See, for instance, his definition of realism as "the studious production" of "Unideal works of art" (4:165) or his insistence on distinguishing "Imaginative Verity" from "realism" (4:278).
"We've had plenty of unideal conditions so I tried to think about it like that.
On the other hand, the insensitivity of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to contrast agents makes it an unideal modality for target-specific imaging.
But as mentioned before, the determined control law for the duty ratio cannot produce the desired output because of unideal circuit components in practice and discontinuous inductor current caused by load change.
Literature (Qian X., Tan H., Zhang J., et al., 2015) presents a Web usage mining model under the e-commerce environment, which considers two conditions: patterns on users' browsing path and association rule mining, thus overcoming the shortcomings of simply considering one situation; however, the algorithm corresponding to the model is unideal. The main objectives of IEC based on Web usage mining are to improve the intelligence level of e-commerce, provide recommendations and personalized services, improve customer satisfaction and enhance the ability to use e-commerce to obtain orders (de Sa A O., Nedjah N., de Macedo Mourelle L., 2016).
Working from the assumption that Chariton's novel is based on a pre-existing historical-legendary tradition (and therefore that the unideal elements form the basis of a historical undergirding), P.
Even so, it cannot be directly applied in classification tasks because of the unideal discrimination ability, the outof-sample problem, and the high computational complexity in some large-scale classification tasks [23, 24].
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