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invariable

a mathematical quantity having an unchanging value; a constant
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Universal properties of indicators also include invariability with respect to changes in scale when all variables have values on an interval scale (or only on a quotient scale).
There was little difference between single filter 3 phase and 3 filter 3 phase variability (only 23% expected change), whereas there was a statistically significant reduction invariability for the single filter 4 phase testing (expected 54% reduction relative to 3 filter 3 phase test).
In the reliability testing of the scale, the test-retest technique was used to determine the criterion of temporal invariability, and the scale was applied again with 30 patients 2 weeks after the first measurement (Table 2).
The creation of a mechanism of tariff formation, ensuring the long-term and invariability of tariff decisions and their economic justification, is also an actual and most difficult task.
Results of invariability test Moderator Description [X.sup.2] df [DELTA] variable [X.sup.2] Social network The 225.43 82 use intensity unconstrained in the model workplace The constrained 240.76 90 15.33 model: all paths are specified as equal across groups Moderator Description [DELTA] Statistical variable df significance Social network The use intensity unconstrained in the model workplace The constrained 8 0.05 model: all paths are specified as equal across groups Notes: the total sample size is 152, including Group 1 (high intensity) = 132, Group 2 (low intensity) = 120.
The particle volume fraction remains at 65% invariability in this case.
Compared with STFT, ST overcomes the defect of window time width invariability and can self-adaptively adjust the analysis time width according to variation of frequency.
This feature is called compression rate invariability. Data encryption using the algorithm with the compression rate invariability does not change the physical space in storage.
Thus, the nexthop to reach the level-k + 1 gateway is not changed, resulting in the invariability of the nexthop reaching [G.sub.k+1].
On the contrary, low heritabilities were observed from late stage of growth, which are likely to reflect genetic invariability. For the genetic phenotypic correlation coefficients, analysis of weight gain data allowed us to detect both positive and negative signs which could not be seen the previous study [13].
Theoretically it is possible to get the application feasibility via increasing the value P of the processor throughput under invariability of the application profile and invariability of the rest application execution condition except P.