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non-modal

Not mode oriented. A non-modal function moves from one task to another without switching between official or apparent modes of operation.
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As well as being more accurate, the tools of non-modal analysis, such as Lagrangian optimization, are very versatile.
the non-modal variables: "x", "y", "z" with or without numerical subscripts;
The agent-oriented modal verb pidama later gave rise to the epistemic modal verb (50) and non-modal auxiliaries.
Our individuative conventions cannot supply the non-modal features on which they rely.
If we look at the role of expressions only in non-modal contexts, it seems that in some cases at least we could not distinguish in respect of sense between rigidified and non-rigidified versions of the same expression or concept (cf.
It is only in those passages where, over an unmeasured tenor, the upper-voice notation is manifestly non-modal or modally `irregular' that shades of editorial grey begin to appear.
With Apptivity's non-modal property sheets, the developer can make a change to the source code of an object and see the change appear on the screen instantly.
If the difference itself is held to be primitive, the realist is seemingly left with no way of distinguishing between what counts as evidence for the modalised generalisation and what counts as evidence for the non-modal generalisation, except "an undiscussable difference --one apprehended by some forro of pure intuition" (1992, pp.
Together, these two principles entail that the fundamental facts about the world are intrinsic, non-modal, and non-nomic facts about point-sized things.
In the case of some necessive tulema-constructions in the Old Written Language one can assume the possibility of non-modal interpretation; the overlap of the modal and future functions is rather systematic.
The difference lies in us and in our attitudes toward various non-modal propositions.
That entails that the modal terminology is used "at face value", not reduced to something non-modal.

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