unipartite

unipartite

(ˌjuːnɪˈpɑːˌtaɪt)
adj
made as or consisting of only one part
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(8) From a network perspective, the following matrices of portfolio overlap can be understood as a unipartite projection of the original bipartite fund-stock network.
"The discovery of the simple unipartite brain in stem-group euarthropods corroborates the ancestral simplicity of the panarthropod brain, and also suggests that the complex neural concentrations, such as tripartite brains in euarthropods and chordates, are the result of convergent adaptations," the researchers concluded.
The proposed tripartite network was projected into the bipartite and unipartite network to discover its structures.
Particular focus will be given to situations where stable outcomes may not exist (such as unipartite, or one-to-many matching models), frictions, taxes.
12-14): The sole is unipartite. The margin is bordered by a row of high pilaster-like folds.
Silver-stained roundels and unipartite panels before the French revolution, Flanders; v.2: The provinces of East and West Flanders.
It is thus acknowledged that European Union population is not solid, unipartite, it is not "one".
Since all of these texts are quite frequently set at this time, as are the majority of the unipartite pieces contained in the motet book, no specifically Milanese agenda emerges from its contents, and it is still unclear how they might unite the "collective consciousness" rather than simply serving the cathedral's liturgy.
This flexibility is reflected in [39], where the gerundial form constitutes a unipartite non-verbal clause, and in [40], where it is the focus of the clause: [40] wedissika-ma tur "Return alone!" (208: 10-11)
Husband, Stained Glass before 1700 in American Collections: Silver Stained Roundels and Unipartite Panels (Washington: National Gallery of Art, 1991), 153.
Au Royaume-Uni, l'Independent Commission on the Voting System (plus communement appelee commission Jenkins) a lait remarquer, en reference au parlement britannique, que le principal avantage du systeme uninominal a majorite simple, c'est-a-dire la formation d'un gouvernement unipartite exercant un controle inconteste sur la Chambre des communes, n'a prevalu que pendant 64 ans au cours des 150 dernieres annees(3).