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bidirectional

[‚bī·də′rek·shən·əl]
(engineering)
Being directionally responsive to inputs in opposite directions.

bidirectional

The ability to move, transfer or transmit in both directions.
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When examined through the theoretical lens of social cognitive theory (Bandura, 1986) teaching mathematics found naturally in agriculture or contextualized mathematics is influenced bidirectionally by environmental and personal determinants within triadic reciprocal causation (Bandura, 1986).
The equipment can apply loads with a dual wheel or a super-single half-axle assembly traveling over the test pavement at 5 miles (8 kilometers) per hour and may be operated unidirectionally or bidirectionally.
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Bidirectionally interfacing with all ODRC IT existing systems and hospital partners;
The design and evaluation processes of vehicular applications may be simulated by bidirectionally coupled simulators, which integrate network and traffic behavior.
The Global Campus Network, which coordinated the event technology, used a Haivision Mako high-performance low-latency video codec to bidirectionally stream live video and audio of dancers on location at the Dutch National Ballet Academy onto onstage displays while the Toronto dancers were performing.
Another population of interest are those suffering from migraine where PD is strongly associated, with either condition impacting on the other bidirectionally.
Ecological and biological drivers of disease risk are bidirectionally linked to political and economic factors.
We include herein just a sampling of these lectures, with the humbling thanks to all and especially to the participants whose interaction made the event bidirectionally inspirational.
All samples were sequenced bidirectionally using an ABI3730capillary sequencer following the manufacture's protocol.
For the spatial determination of points, directions were measured (horizontal and vertical ones) in two groups, and lengths were measured bidirectionally.
The system then begins communicating bidirectionally between a centralized controller and one or more wireless units.