multiaspect

multiaspect

[¦məl·tē′as‚pekt]
(computer science)
Pertaining to searches or systems which permit more than one aspect, or facet, of information to be used in combination, one with the other to effect identifying or selecting operations.
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Every element of a rulemaking, which could include substantive requirements and the agency's justification, as well as general characteristics of the rulemaking (such as the length or level of complexity), could potentially serve as a target of sentiment in the comments to create a multiaspect sentiment analysis wherein the aspects are automatically defined through topics.
However, nanoparticle with single function cannot satisfy multiaspect requirements like synergic delivery for two molecules with completely different properties, different response requirements, and different cell endocytosis properties in biomedical field.
[29] present a new method for target identification in multiaspect target scenarios using hidden Markov models.
Uncertainty quantification commonly emerges as a significant and multiaspect issue in numerous engineering and other scientific disciplines.
As the significance of loss has become more important to the SPPs, a multiaspect effort to mitigate loss has been studied.
Carin, "Nonmyopic multiaspect sensing with partially observable Markov decision processes," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol.
The concepts of sustainable evolution or development, which have become the categories of analysis and management of countries, regions and other multiaspect and complex systems (Wallner 1999; Ciegis et al.
It is connected with the difficulties in their working out, multiaspect migration, necessity of the taking into account the set of factors and forecasting of possible consequences.
(57) In the case of the DarkStar UAV's planform, engineers relied on F-117 and B-2 technologies to demonstrate a multiaspect, low-observable capability.
With the emergence of new manufacturing systems such as reconfiguration of a system and the dynamic and highly competitive marketplace demands, quality performance evaluation from multiaspect is becoming more and more vital.

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