unquantized

unquantized

(ʌnˈkwɒntaɪzd) or

unquantised

adj
having unlimited or unrestricted values and states
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Alexiadou & Schafer (2010) assume that in habitual contexts, unquantized objects can remain implicit, thus yielding dispositional events.
Wheeler, "Classical physics as geometry: Gravitation, electromagnetism, unquantized charge, and mass as properties of curved empty space," Annals of Physics, vol.
Literature [7] designs an optimal dynamic quantizer which is able to minimize the maximum output error between the quantized system and unquantized systems.
The 'Full Resolution condition corresponded to the unquantized condition.
The percent scores using 16 quantization steps were no different than that with 'Full resolution" or the unquantized condition.
When unquantized measurements are used, it is not difficult to derive that [29]
As less tightly bound, the posterior CRLB for state estimation using unquantized measurements is also provided in Figure 2.
In brief, the CSIT feedback for FDD systems can be grouped into two broad families[8]: 1) schemes based on feeding back the unquantized channel coefficients (analog feedback); 2) schemes based on explicit quantization of the channel vectors and on feeding back quantization bites, suitably channel-encoded (digital feedback).
And they are established based on not only some quantitative indexes like economical loss or time delays, but also many unquantized indexes such as potential environment damage, the monetary valuation of human life and the public influence, etc.
The estimation formulae for the first five unquantized DCT AC coefficients are shown in equation (1).
If one is not convinced by this argument since the commuting of the observables and the potentials depends on treating the field as unquantized, one can always settle the issue by designing experiments to measure the concerned averaged values of the observables with and without the presence of the A-potential.
The presence of unquantized closed magnetic currents may be a discrepancy to experiments.