seminormal

sem·i·nor·mal (N/2),

(sem'ē-nōr'măl),
Denoting a solution one-half the strength of a normal solution (0.5 n).

seminormal

(sem″ē-nor′măl) [ semi- + normal]
Not entirely normal; partly normal.
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This Weyl's theorem has since been extended to hyponormal and to Toeplitz operators (Coburn [8]), to seminormal and other operators (Berberian [2], [3]) and to Banach spaces operators (Istratescu [12], Oberai [16]).
This allowed a return to some kind of seminormal existence [and] has had a huge impact on their lives," he says.
3 as QR, see also [4]) or solution via seminormal equations (SN) (for details we refer to [40]) which uses only the upper triangular factor R from the QR factorization.
More precisely, we randomly selected for each new generation an increase in the bacterial MIC, defined as d, according to the seminormal law:
PSARRAKOS, Normal and seminormal eigenvalues of matrix functions, Integral Equations Operator Theory, 41 (2001), pp.
This " Weyl's theorem " has since been extended to hyponormal and to Toeplitz operators (Coburn [8]), to seminormal and other operators (Berberian [2], [3]) and to Banach spaces operators (Istratescu [ll], Oberai [17]).