unpaced

unpaced

(ʌnˈpeɪst)
adj
1. not set or occurring at a regular pace
2. (Medicine) without the use of a pacemaker
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Esta encuesta se elaboro a traves de la herramienta de Formularios de Google, que permite el envio masivo y la recepcion de datos online de forma agrupada y visual, basada en el cuestionario Social Software Survey Used With Unpaced Undergrad (Anderson, Poellhuber y McKerlich, 2010) en los items de la dimension preferencia de aprendizaje.
Hearts were rapidly cannulated for unpaced retrograde perfusion of KHB (37[degrees]C; gassed with 95% [O.sub.2] and 5% C[O.sub.2]) at 15 mL/min.
A lo largo de los cinco capitulos de los que consta la citada obra, se muestran las distintas fases llevadas a cabo para el desarrollo de la investigacion, asi como el instrumento utilizado para la recogida de datos Cuestionario Software Social en Estudios de Pregrado de Athabasca --adaptacion del cuestionario elaborado por Anderson et al (2009) y denominado Social Software survey used with unpaced undergrad.
Para la recogida de la informacion se realizo una adaptacion del cuestionario de Anderson, Poellhuber y McKerlich (2010) (Social Software survey used with unpaced undergrad), que esta conformado por 91 items, distribuidos en las siguientes dimensiones: identificacion, preferencia de aprendizaje, habilidades tecnicas-tecnologicas, experiencia en software social, software social para el aprendizaje, confianza en las habilidades de la educacion a distancia y conclusion.
Manenica, I., 1977, "Comparison of some physiological indices during paced and unpaced work." International journal of production research, 15(3), 261-275.
Using positron emission tomography, they examined brain activations associated with tasks that induce fluency (such as singing) compared to those that induce dysfluent speech (sentence construction and unpaced event narration).
In unpaced lines, workpieces do not need to wait until a predetermined time span is elapsed, but are rather transferred when the required operations are finished.
Coronary vasodilator effects of endogenous cannabinoids in vasopressin-preconstricted unpaced rat isolated hearts.
In 1893, he broke the world one-hour unpaced record at a cycling track in Cardiff, covering more than 23 miles in one hour.
Several hawthorn preparations were studied and found to have negative chronotropic effects in a cultured neonatal murine cardiomyocyte assay using unpaced cells.
In the second, a rapid discrimination task was used, and in the third, an unpaced discrimination task was paired with another stimulus event.
Participants will travel to Wigan for five laps in a MG ZR hot hatch with a professional racing driver at the wheel, then 10 paced laps driving a race-prepared single-seater Formula Ford followed by seven unpaced laps.