additivity


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ad·di·tiv·i·ty

(ad'i-tiv'i-tē),
The quality or state of being additive.

ad·di·tiv·i·ty

(ad'i-tiv'i-tē)
The quality or state of being additive.
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Finally, LeBlanc and Wang examined our data for response additivity using a simple model and testing select parameters that fit their model while ignoring others.
The hypothesis of the additivity of the stresses should turn also the additivity of the energy spend in tear the film.
If the lower confidence limit of a point was greater than the calculated additivity, the observed synergy was considered to be significant.
Given these certainty conditions, Subjective Finite Additivity guarantees that any unconditional credence function will be a Kolmogorovian probability function.
Fixing any m [greater than or equal to] 8 and applying the additivity lemma in the direction of l the same way by expressing l = 8a' + b', shows that (o) holds for all m, l [greater than or equal to] 8.
Fraction number line tasks and the additivity concept of length measurement.
The intertemporal additivity assumption, which involves an implicit assumption of risk neutrality with respect to length of life, is extremely constraining (Bommier, 2006).
This conclusion is similar to that of former studies that demonstrated the superiority of additivity for PE (DOFING et al.
Sleeping Beauty, Countable Additivity, and Rational Dilemmas, JACOB ROSS
Furthermore, LPA signaling facilitates the fibroblast transformation independently of the pro-fibrotic molecule TGF-beta, which indicates the potential for additivity to anti- TGF-beta mechanisms.
The authors examined the use of the Peltier element because of easier additivity to the exhaust system.
The authors made the observation that "superior efficacy was achieved with combination treatment at reduced doses without increased frequency of adverse events, suggesting that additivity for analgesia was higher than for adverse events.