unsimilar

unsimilar

(ʌnˈsɪmɪlə)
adj
not similar
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Caption: FIGURE 6: Comparison of spin-images using correlation map between spin-images of similar and unsimilar points.
The aforementioned research demonstrated differences between AR and VR are still uncertain due to inconsistencies results and unsimilar design.
Organizational members consider various cognitive frames and unsimilar construals of sustainability matters (Popescu, 2015a, b, c, d) that differentiate among each other and with the sustainability scheme of the entity.
The content consumption and sharing were also unsimilar between groups.
Not unsimilar to the style of long, colorful discourses of thesis and antithesis that are preached by certain prestigious schools in Paris in order for their students to succeed in oral presentations, Youssef can talk.
Bird history is full of such stories, in which descendants of unsimilar ancestors converge on similar lifestyles, capacities or shapes, says neuroscientist Erich Jarvis of Duke University.
The important thing is not saying similar or unsimilar, but finding the unexpected things in other cultures by reserving the consciousness of limit of understanding.
For example, if the number of similar users is less than k, the user neighbourhoods generated from traditional methods will include unsimilar individuals, which could affect the recommend accuracy.
Our aim is to challenge the colonial nature of the governance of Wales by successive Westminster parties by establishing the Welsh National Rights Movement, a no-sectarian, progressive organisation, not unsimilar to Cymdeithas yr Iaith, but ready to campaign on all fronts and not just on Welsh language issues.