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adjunction

A virtually extinct term for the use of a combined -drug or -modality approach to treating a disease; adjunctive therapy.
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The adjunction between monoids and groups is an instance of a more general situation, recently described in [11] and in [12]: the category of monoids is S-protomodular, with respect to a suitable class S of points (= split epimorphisms with a fixed splitting), and the category of groups is its protomodular core relatively to the class S (see Section 3).
Both Nevins adjunction analysis and Kramer's copy analysis could potentially work for Ikalanga (with modifications that call for stipulations) putting aside the adjunction analysis shortcomings which are clearly articulated in Kramer.
However, the fundamental law which links the pair of dilation/erosion, the adjunction property, fails for the introduced structurally adaptive operators.
In cases of coupled constraint equations, incorrect decisions of slave freedoms can lead to numerical stability problems; the main disadvantage of the penalty augmentation is a serious one: the choice of weight values that balance solution accuracy with the violation of constraint conditions; the Lagrange multiplier adjunction introduces additional unknowns, requiring expansion of the original stiffness matrix and more complicated storage allocation procedures.
HOFMANN, Spectral theory of algebras and adjunction of identity.
Under this form, the country heterogeneity is taken into account through adjunction of the country-specific effect.
In adjunction, Weltman and colleagues (1989; 1990) reported that, in both sedentary men and women, exercise performed at a specified percentage of [HR.
Improvement of the eradication rate of Helicobacter pylori gastritis in children is by adjunction of omeprazole to a dual antibiotherapy.
During the recent century, specially in its final decades, different researches have been done about adjuncts and adjunction among different languages, but despite the fact that they are very important in Persian language, no attempts have been done regarding the position of adjuncts based on the Minimalist Program and functional Grammar.
In this stage adjunction is also replaced by a properly hierarchical structure, with AUX adopting the role of head.