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numerical

, numeric
Maths
a. containing or using constants, coefficients, terms, or elements represented by numbers
b. another word for absolute

numerical

[nü′mer·i·kəl]
(mathematics)
Pertaining to numbers.
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The order is for post-warranty servicing of two (two) numerically controlled linear accelerators and a set of lasers for virtual radiotherapy simulation in ct simulator, including prophylactics, labor for delivery of spare parts, excluding vacuum components, according to the technical specification.
This paper aims to present research directed towards numerically estimating the possible effect of a seismic load (earthquake) on a wind turbine structural system that has undergone fatigue over time from constant exposure to wind forces.
Pasi is the next largest community while Dhobi, Kori, Khatik, Balmiki, Shilpkar and Dhanuk are the other numerically important dalit castes.
The two companies' combined sales of numerically control machine tools account for 15-16 percent of the overall domestic market for the product, according to Citizen.
Washington knew, however, that he could not hope to defend his position against another series of assaults, and under cover of darkness he began to move 5,200 men on a wide arc, on seldom used back roads, to engage Cornwallis' numerically smaller rear guard at Princeton.
4 are numerically determined to minimize an error constant that measures Hamiltonian (total energy) truncation errors.
With the flexibility to fit a wide range of test data for soils and rock, the CAP model is founded on the theoretical framework of classical plasticity and is numerically robust in its software implementation--a seminal development that made modern ground shock analysis possible.
This will bring you to a screen showing form numbers listed numerically in the left column beside form titles listed in the right column.
Junjiao discussed ways to simulate the green sand molding process numerically.
Seismic imaging services employ the latest numerically intensive applications, but are also highly cost competitive.
In order to be numerically significant, a group must either represent at least 15 percent of the student body and have more than 30 students or have more than 100 students regardless of what percentage they are, There are eight different groups that can qualify as numerically significant, depending on the number of students in each group in a school: African-American, American Indian (or Alaska Native), Asian, Filipino, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, white non-Hispanic, and "socioeconomically disadvantaged" students.
This unit of time, with only supernatural roots, has proven durable in cultures which have never heard the story in Genesis 1, and has resisted attempts to make it more numerically sophisticated, as in the 10-day week introduced after the French revolution.