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curvilinear

, curvilineal
1. consisting of, bounded by, or characterized by a curved line
2. along a curved line
3. Maths (of a set of coordinates) determined by or determining a system of three orthogonal surfaces

Curvilinear

Forms that are bounded by or characterized by curved lines, whether geometric or free-flowing.

curvilinear

[′kər·və′lin·ē·ər]
(science and technology)
Pertaining to curved lines, as in curvilinear coordinates or curvilinear motion.
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The results did not support the hypothesis of curvilinearity.
However, simulations have shown that these corrections are fairly robust to curvilinearity when sample size is large (i.
measure below), some degree of curvilinearity at the bottom of the grade
In contrast, the CollieKruse and lower bound F estimates showed a highly significant curvilinearity, but no linear trend (Fig.
Table 3: Morbidity Index (^) and Health (^), Six-term Sociodemographic Base Models Multivariate generalized additive regression models (GAM) are designed to estimate and evaluate curvilinearity.
2] fold axes plunge and trend indicates the curvilinearity of the hinge-lines to these folds is a primary feature and not a fold interference pattern (Fig.
Although nonsignificant correlations here might reflect curvilinear relationships between the variables, inspection of scattergrams (not presented) provided no evidence of curvilinearity (the small number of paintings precludes a formal analysis of departure from linearity).
Attending to such issues as attenuation due to low reliability, curvilinearity, and nonnormality often boosts effect sizes, usually a desirable outcome.
Although McCullough's (1979) regression suggested linearity, our data indicate curvilinearity in the relationship between recruitment observed in autumn and population size (Fig.
Age hypothesis: Subdividing the examined age range of above 45, the older the cohort, the more pronounced the curvilinearity.
Evidence for curvilinearity in the cancer dose-response in the Japanese atomic bomb survivors.
Exploiting basic structural concepts of triangulation and curvilinearity in order to produce an inherently rigid, yet dynamic form, the light, ephemeral pavilion sits serenely above a small pool.