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nonsynchronous

[¦nän′siŋ·krə·nəs]
(electricity)
Not related in phase, frequency, or speed to other quantities in a device or circuit.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Xiao, "Quantitative haplotyping of PCR products by nonsynchronous pyrosequencing with di-base addition," Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, vol.
This conflict eventually becomes a sort of basso continuo for much of part two, while other events unfold, and additional nonsynchronous temporalities emerge and collide, until in chapter sixty, the two, devoted friends come close to murderous blows, with Sancho on top of his master threatening to kill him if Don Quijote himself persists in trying to lash Sancho.
The neurons exhibit nonsynchronous behavior for [tau] = 15 in the three regions 0 < a < 0.2, 0.5 < a < 0.7, and 0.95 < a < 1.05.
But Mulk Raj Anand's Untouchable (1939), Barrows suggests, "finds fault with the 'enslaver's' use of technology, but not with the machine itself, infinitely malleable as it is to culturally and nationally nonsynchronous demands" (147).
In differing ways, and to differing degrees, the contributions to Part II (Steve McCaffery's discussion of the roots of the "intermedia" in 1916 Zurich Dada, Christian Bok's cyborg "electronica," Helene Aji's analysis of Jackson Mac Low's "simultaneities," Craig Dworkins's "poetics of stutter," Yoko Tawada's valuation of dubbing and the nonsynchronous) share Charles Bernstein's belief that "a poem is not one but many," those variant manifestations of the poem "clustering around a center that is empty" (148).
In "Nonsynchronism and the Obligation to Its Dialectics," (12) Ernst Bloch correlates his personal experiences of fascism in pre-World War II Germany with the idea of a "nonsynchronous experience of the 'Now'" in order to explain why German youth and peasantry so readily surrendered themselves to the rhetoric of racial purity and national unity employed by National Socialists.
She uses relational analysis and nonsynchronous theory of race relations--drawing from interviews with Native American students--to discuss constructions of identity and knowledge, diversity, how relations of domination operated at the high school, and suggestions for educators who work with these youth.
The relatively better survival seen in the synchronous group may be, in part, due to the shorter follow-up period (median, 22.5 months) when compared with those with nonsynchronous metastasis of RCC in the gallbladder (median, 36 months).
While providing one kind of escape route, these narratives raised other unnerving possibilities, namely that of a divided or "nonsynchronous" nation (Bloch and Ritter 1977), potentially split along class lines but also fractured by multiple, often contradictory, social realities, experiences and cosmologies.
Our strategy for estimating the effects of zero tolerance laws on fatalities--the levels analysis--relies on nonsynchronous changes in these laws at the state level.
The market model regressions incorporate Scholes-Williams (1977) adjustments for nonsynchronous trading, because the sample firms are relatively small and thinly traded.