unprojected

unprojected

(ˌʌnprəˈdʒɛktɪd)
adj
1. not projected or planned for
2. not extending or projecting beyond something
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Finally, the reduced part of the operator is coupled with the unprojected part of the domain.
Given a camera pose estimated, the 2D positions m = (x, y) of fingertips detected from input image frame can be unprojected to the 3D world coordinate system by following formula:
with unprojected increases in operations tempo and deployments, these
10) Unprojected unit credit is acceptable for plans in which benefits already accumulated for years of service are not affected by future salary levels.
He said the problem had arisen because of an unprojected rise in the number of people needing residential care.
Unmodalized and unprojected, the proposition in the first sentence would be 'it twisted and wriggled itself'.
24) Baglioni, who serves as Giovanni's counsellor, designs his speech to manipulate the young man who, as Hawthorne portrays him, is just as attracted (perhaps more attracted) by these indeterminate propositions as he would have been by unmodalized, unprojected assertions.
It is this, as yet, unprojected and unrealized "dividend" that the Senate plan Naturalization Service.
2% occupancy level was too low to meet previously projected expenses, including an unprojected property tax liability under appeal.
The project's 2003-2004 budget indicates that operating expenses, less subordinated management fees, will be more than 25% above OS projections, and this calculation assumes both significant year-to-year spending reductions (such as reductions of unplanned one-time capital-type expenses) and successful appeal of an unprojected $71,000 annual property tax burden.
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