mutually exclusive events

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mutually exclusive events

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Two or more events such that the occurrence of any one makes impossible the occurrence of any of the others.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-October 23, 2017-Cardax enters into mutual exclusivity agreement for ZanthoSyn with GNC
NM Well, it's a meritocracy--which doesn't mean there is a mutual exclusivity from 'the community'.
This Article examines a characteristic of property entitlements fundamental to the structure of property systems that has received scant academic attention, a characteristic referred to as the mutual exclusivity principle.
According to Goutam Chakraborty, an analyst at Emkay Global Financial Services, the process adheres to a high level of mutual exclusivity.
We find that the genomic landscape derived from Guardant360 testing largely recapitulates that seen in tissue sequencing studies, specifically with respect to cancer-type-specific frequencies and mutual exclusivity patterns among major driver alterations, with clinically relevant exceptions.
Mutual exclusivity makes it nearly impossible for a group to work together to achieve a common goal.
Applications filed the same day will be considered mutually-exclusive, but as it did in FM Translator Auction 83, the commission will permit mutually exclusive applicants to resolve their mutual exclusivity through settlements or technical resolutions.
Specific topics explored include the mutual exclusivity of intellect and masculinity in American culture, solutions to mortality, and the failure of fatherhood.
When mutual exclusivity occurs, opposing sides are silenced and the public is denied access to the pluralism that exists on any given issue (Anthony et al.
NZNO researcher Leonie Walker criticises the "flawed evaluation of a limited demonstration in one specific context" on a number of counts, including serious methodological flaws, especially the "lack of mutual exclusivity between comparison groups" and serious deficits in data sources.
Both companies have agreed to certain terms of mutual exclusivity during the negotiation period.
The days of mutual exclusivity between traditional learning tools and social networks are numbered.