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NODAL

Interpreted language implemented on Norsk Data's NORD-10 computers. Used by CERN and DESY high energy physics labs to control their accelerator hardware, PADAC and SEDAC. Included trackball input, graphics.

nodal

Having to do with nodes. See node.
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But, as shown in [18], if the analytical solution of the Maxwell equations is singular at some point of the domain (as can happen, for instance, in a PEC re-entrant corner [19]) we can not approximate this analytical solution with nodal elements and the regularized formulation.
The nodal circles r = const can be seen for the figures.
Each one of the 18 treatments consisted of three replications, each one with 10 Spanish cedar nodal explants.
At Nodal, we're implementing such technologies that transform both the accessibility and ownership issues surrounding KYC and data, which has proven to be one of the most valuable assets ever.
The researchers found that outcomes for vermilion versus cutaneous locations were as follows: local recurrence, 6.4 percent (11 of 172) versus 2.9 percent (four of 138); nodal metastasis, 7.6 percent (13 of 172) versus 1.5 percent (two of 138); distant metastasis, 0.6 percent (one of 172) versus 0.7 percent (one of 138); disease-specific death, 3.5 percent (six of 172) versus 2.9 percent (four of 138); and all-cause death, 26.7 percent (46 of 172) versus 29.0 percent (40 of 138).
Consider a given path as a set of the nodal points with respect to world coordinate system OXY: ([X.sub.1],[Y.sub.1]),..., ([X.sub.i],[Y.sub.i]),..., ([X.sub.n],[Y.sub.n]) = ([X.sub.G],[Y.sub.G]), where ([X.sub.G],[Y.sub.G])--the goal position coordinates at the end of a path, n-number of points.
A case of small renal cell carcinoma with retroperitoneal cystic nodal metastasis is presented.
The sinoatrial nodal artery is anatomically significant, because it is the landmark for the identification of the sinoatrial node (SA node), which is the natural pacemaker of heart.
IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE melanoma with sentinel node metastasis, immediate-completion lymph node dissection doesn't improve melanoma-specific survival, compared with nodal observation using ultrasound, according to a report published online in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Sentinel lymph node (SLN) biopsy will accurately identify nodal metastases in 97% of women with nodal disease.