zero condition

zero condition

[′zir·ō kən‚dish·ən]
(computer science)
The state of a magnetic core or other computer memory element in which it represents the value 0. Also known as nought state; zero state.
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Participants were randomly assigned to two conditions: Participants in the hidden zero condition (n = 113) viewed traditional choice pairs (e.
The session commenced with a zero condition that was succeeded by a randomly selected sETS condition.
Inertia instruments are those where the zero condition is always zero - that is, where there is no physical activity within the instrument unless it has something to measure.
It's designed specifically to work in temperatures below 7C and especially in sub zero conditions.
It's designed specifically to work in temperatures below 7degC and especially in sub zero conditions.
Designed to provide high level insulation in sub zero conditions where maintaining hand warmth is critical, the PX Insulator is manufactured using a unique hollow core thermo active fibre which wicks perspiration away from the skin, while the inner layer remains warm and dry.
These players should be tested in their home environment and not in sub zero conditions in Scotland, so that they can perform to the best of their abilities.
This initial order was placed after successful testing of the product in below zero conditions in their service area, which covers 90,000 residents and approximately 42,000 service locations in the Fairbanks, Delta, Nenana, Healy and Cantwell areas.
Operation Wamego, named after an American town, was carried out in sub zero conditions just before 7am.
The AA had its busiest time ever attending cars broken down in sub zero conditions.
Last week club president Les Taylor won the Stratford Open event and yesterday despite the sub zero conditions chairman Brian Adams won the Birmingham A.
It was Ice Station Borders yesterday as thousands of families shivered in sub zero conditions for the FIFTH day