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modal

(mōd′l) [L. modus, mode]
1. Pert. to, or characteristic of, a mode.
2. In statistics, pert. to the most frequent, common, or typical measure of the variables being investigated.
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He said through establishment of modal courts pendency of cases would be soon zero which ultimately would be huge relief for litigants and especially for those who run from pillar to post to get justice.
The other will be an introduction to the Indian rhythmical term Tala and the final basic element will focus on the Raga modal system as used primarily in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Seminar with Spanish composer and multi-instrumentalist on composing, arranging and improvising in modal musics of the east.
Arus Kas Musiman: Siklus modal kerja Pan Brothers lebih panjang di paruh pertama tahun ini karena pembelian bahan untuk memenuhi pakaian pakaian luar, khususnya jaket, yang disiapkan untuk musim produksi puncak antara bulan April dan September.
As for lending to households, about 90.5 percent of banks surveyed said they did not touch the overall credit standards, again based on the modal approach.
And that would be beyond the discussion of this paper, which would mainly focus on a general theoretical evaluation method for the overall vibration level of a fluid-filled enclosure through vibratory power flow calculation, especially based on Dowell's modal coupling theory.
In (2), each modal center [m.sub.k] is critical in discovering distinct, stable, and nonempty modals in X.
In this section, a further discussion on the CM-based modal expansions for various modes is provided, based on the new modal classification proposed in Section 2.
The present study conducts modal tests and analyses of a small-scale, first-stage model of a space launch vehicle to establish FE modeling techniques for computational modal analyses, considering the liquid propellant and flange joints.
Essentially, the modal parameters collected in field measurements are commonly used for calibrating numerical models, and one of the primary data analyses methods applied is the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT).
Perhaps their point is that since assessment relativism says that it's what the assessor knows that matters for the truth of epistemic modal claims, it gives the assessor license to simply ignore the evidence of others.