unimodal

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unimodal

[‚yü·nə′mōd·əl]
(statistics)
Referring to a distribution with only one mode.
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SkyTran has said the computer-controlled system it has created will allow for easy expansion of the network at a later date, so that more tracks and additional vehicles can be added when needed.
Jerry Sanders, CEO, skyTran, added: "skyTran truly is a smart transportation solution for smart cities and we are proud to be able to bring this path-breaking technology to the Middle East for the first time.
The pilot will be a 400-500 meter (yard) loop built at IAI's campus in central Israel and, if successful, will be followed by a commercial network in Tel Aviv in the coming years, skyTran CEO Jerry Sanders told Reuters, without disclosing the cost.
SkyTran is a rapid transit system in which lightweight two-person vehicles are suspended from elevated magnetic levitation tracks.
SkyTran CEO Jerry Sanders told Bloomberg recently it would take about $50 million of initial funding to install four miles (six kilometers) of track between the Atidim high tech business park and Tel Aviv University.
Skytrans new schedule will also enable patients from Aurukun, Lockhart River, Kowanyama and Pormpuraaw to fly to Weipa for day treatment at a Health Clinic as opposed to flying into Cairns which often means an overnight stay.
The same tender process occurred in 2009, when SkyTrans was awarded several contracts.
QantasLink won the tender for two routes, while Rex will extend its current services from two routes to five, taking over three routes currently operated by Skytrans.