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bimodal

("Two Modes") Having two states or conditions. See bimodal IT.
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The end most people want is greater capacity, speed, efficiency, cleanliness and lower fares, this bimodal means might be proportionate and appropriate but requires wider debate.
In bimodal conditions, as a pair of stimuli was presented twice, participants were instructed to rate his/her affective experience in auditory or in the visual domain, one at the time.
Vistalon 8600 EPDM rubber is a conventional EPDM with higher molecular weight, bimodal molecular weight distribution and high diene.
La perspectiva de los estudiantes frente a la educacion bimodal en la Universidad de Medellin
A histogram distribution that is bimodal can be seen in various situations, such as dimorphic anemia, cold agglutinin disease, after the transfusion of normal erythrocytes into a person with abnormally sized erythrocytes, in the presence of erythrocyte fragments, or with agglutination.
What makes this study special is its focus on bimodal bilingualism, which is prevalent in Arnhem Land.
Europe uses a lot of bimodal polyethylene for blow molding, while in the USA the bimodal resins haven't been used to any great extent," says Terry Glass, treasurer of the Blow Molding Division and a technical strategy leader at Braskem.
APJ is slightly in front with the adoption of this model, with 48 percent of respondents saying they operate some form of bimodal IT, in contrast with the global average of 45 percent.
However, various polyethylene blends and bimodal polyethylene with broad molecular weight distribution such as PE100 are produced for further expanding application fields and raising ultimate performance of polyethylene.
Surprisingly, the researchers found a similar bimodal 3-dimensional chromatin architecture in the Hoxd gene region in zebrafish embryos.
Thus, if the process-oriented WOE is presented as a bimodal WOE, by allocating "why" and "how" information into auditory and visual channels rather than dedicating them to one channel, the learner is able to off-load some of the cognitive processing from the overloaded visual channel to the not-overloaded verbal channel (Mayer & Moreno, 2010).
There are a number of situations in which health services researchers can encounter data with a bimodal (U-shaped) distribution.