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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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Guy's previous responsibilities at Crescendo, Rosetta, and Genentech position him well to lead our bioinformatics team and play a pivotal role in the creation of new product offerings at Nodality," commented Ms.
The site's nodality is constituted at the emerging city-region scale, a realm that articulates (and is articulated by) broader mobilities.
Michael Goldberg, executive chairman and interim chief executive officer of Nodality, said, "We are excited to be working with Pfizer's world-class autoimmune R&D groups to enhance their drug development activities.
online nodality, however, is arriving out in meta-national cyberspace, particularly for the relatively mobile, informational, rich.
All of these studies were carried out without the benefit of GIS technologies and tended to focus more on depicting spatial processes than on characterizing the linkage and nodality of networks (Gesler 1986).
This possibility was alluded to by Fields and Watanabe-Rose (2008), who noted that "the effects of nodality can be overshadowed by class-based relations among the same stimuli under appropriate circumstances" (p.
Nodality reported on Wednesday the election of Kathleen LaPorte as its chief executive officer.
Experimental control of nodality via equal presentations of conditional discriminations in different equivalence protocols under speed and no-speed conditions.
Nodality is a privately held biotechnology company focused on improving the development and clinical use of therapeutics in cancer and autoimmune disease through the application of its proprietary Single Cell Network Profiling (SCNP) technology platform.
In the 1980s, Christopher Hood grouped the instruments into four broad groups under his NATO acronym: Nodality (the property of being at the centre of social and information networks), Authority (the legal power to command or prohibit), Treasure (the granting or taxing of moneys) and Organization (deployment of state resources) (Hood 1984).
Speed contingencies, number of stimulus presentations, and the nodality effect in equivalence formation.
According to Nodality, the PathPro products leverage the unique capabilities of Nodality's proprietary Single Cell Network Profiling technology, offering predefined multiparametric flow cytometry-based experimental panels.