monocentric

monocentric

Pertaining to a lens with only one optical centre. A monocentric bifocal lens is one in which the optical centres of the distance and near portions coincide and jump is eliminated. See jump; bifocal lens.
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For example, Wheaton's (1979) literature review of monocentric urban models treats income (hence labor supply) as exogenous.
A poster presentation entitled TACE with HepaSphere in treatment of unresectable HCC: preliminary results of a monocentric study and comparison with historical personal series of standard TACE, presented by M.
Telecommuting and residential location: theory and implications for commute travel in the monocentric metropolis.
The European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP), agreed in 1999, majored on polycentric development, which is seen as more sustainable than either monocentric development or urban sprawl.
Since most employed individuals must travel between home and work on a daily basis, work place commuting has provided the point of departure for the monocentric model of residential location (Alonso 1964; Mills 1972; Muth 1969).
Ironically, a more polycentric Europe meant a more monocentric Ireland or Spain or Portugal.
In one variant of the model, each class faces a "supply of space" restriction, which specifies the amount of space available for occupation by the class at some distance from the monocentric city.
CLI-107-04: a monocentric Phase I interpatient dose escalation non-controlled study in oncology (metastatic melanoma or renal cell carcinoma), conducted at the US National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland.
The idea is that polycentric urban systems are better in every way than monocentric ones: they're more efficient, because they are based on smaller city units that suffer less from congestion; they're more sustainable because journeys are smaller; and they're more equitable because services can be provided more evenly.
It is possible to group the numerous models that have been developed to conceptualise their growth pattern into two broad categories: monocentric models and polycentric models.
The trial will be structured as a monocentric, open-label, dose-escalation, Phase I/II study and will investigate the compound's impact on 12 patients aged 18 years or older, who are suffering from a retinitis pigmentosa caused by mutations in the PDE6B gene, with no other syndromic manifestations.