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invariable

a mathematical quantity having an unchanging value; a constant
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Jurisova and Significant relationships between components Sarmany-Schuller and factors of mental integration (emotional (22) and regulatory invariability, lower mental arousal) were found.
The return, in the sense of invariability, refers to the drone, but also to the structure of piobaireachd, which ends with its beginning, like a snake biting its tail.
According to mechanical property and unit of different rudder angle, in order to guarantee value invariability of weight coefficient [phi] in performance criterion function, it can describe relation between state variables [y.
There remains large uncertainty and scientific invariability in the literature," Michael Honeycutt, chief toxicologist of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, told the committee.
For example, as seen in Table 1, as persistency refers to the invariability of the identifier for an object at the abstract level and in the physical environment, digital persistency refers to the preservation of permanent relations between the identifier and an identified object or its meta-data in a digital environment.
Experiences of economic integration in the region until now (which include failures to respect agreements which have been concluded) point to the principally political motives of the agreement which Moscow has lobbied for, considering the invariability of Russian interests.
Since things in the visible world are ultimately copies of the forms, they embody natures and shapes that make them what they are, natures and shapes that can be abstracted and made accessible to scientific and mathematical reasoning because of their intelligibility, invariability, and constancy.
For Ram, social theories built on this theological model consider possession to be symbolic of "society" acting in the capacity of an "immaterial" force that enters the world and impinges on individuals who experience invariability of consciousness, and whose "mute" bodies serve as passive "containers.
As a result, they may have a sense of invariability that leads to the mistaken idea that harm will not befall them.
The projective invariant [30] is a means to evaluate the geometrical invariability between images.
Another remarkable property of the p-testing that must be denoted is the invariability of the testing scheme.
Curiously, the Indian chief's blood forms an inextricable and constant component of the symbolism of Red Rock, emphasizing the hybrid nature of the space of the plantation: the invariability of the "red" in its name is pitted against the mutability of the Grays' whiteness.