Might partial directionality
introduce exaggerated expectations that could lead to misreading of displays?
Hence, the relative flexibility of the bridge, be it localized at the fulcrum point or distributed along the lateral arms, constitutes the key to the directionality
of the observed mechanical response.
From the perspective of any sufficiently long time scale -- the four billion years of evolutionary history or the millennial scale of cultural history -- there is clear directionality
and progress toward non-zero-sumness.
For instance, you might think, "It is over there," which implies directionality
To calculate the mean directionality
of either direct or diffuse radiation, the center of each sector of the sky was represented as a vector, with an azimuth ([Alpha]) and zenith angle (0).
We are told that each link specifier indicates a directionality
using one of the constants FROM, TO, BIDIRECT, or NONE, depending on whether the end point is to be interpreted as a source, destination, both source and destination or neither, respectively.
Some researchers have looked at the use of different symbols to convey directionality
and higher-dimensional information, such as those found in tensor quantities.
Once gene targets and directionality
are selected, gene-specific primers are designed for placement efficiency and optimal coverage of the specified targets.
The scientific technology available in the early 1900s to produce and observe the propagation of light failed to detect its innate directionality
is decisive in her compositions, carrying both abstract geometric and emotive weight.
The examples in (1) only show how directionality
is encoded for one type of location: 'in'.
The paper will then examine other models in an attempt to sort out the directionality
and reciprocity of influences between literacy and earnings.