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nontarget

(non″tar′gĕt)
1. Pert. to a person, area, structure, or organ that is not the target of an action or operation
2. Such a person, area, structure, or organ. In radiology, a nontarget is only accidentally or incidentally exposed to or affected by an exposure, and not intentionally.
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In addition, signals were monitored with headphones to obtain a subjective assessment of insect presence or absence and avoid interference from background (nontarget) noise.
Yttrium-90 microspheres can cause tissue damage due to aberrant dissemination of radioactivity to nontarget parts of the GI tract or normal hepatic tissue (Figure 3).
The selected LED array module was regarded as the target stimulus, and the remaining LED array modules were regarded as nontarget stimuli.
Mass spectrometry (MS) is a widely used technique for food safety, environmental, pharmaceutical, biological, and forensic investigations where the simultaneous detection of targeted and nontargeted compounds is of pivotal importance.
According to [3, 20], in P300 Speller BCI, a target EEG epoch is among the consecutive EEG epochs that are overlapped on one another so that nontarget EEG epochs could also contain P300 waveform just in a bit different time range, compared to target EEG epochs.
In most of the target versus nontarget classification problems, the task protocols involve the targets and distractors appearing at the central visual field or center of the screen.
For a target class, the measure of MI of the appointed feature on the nontarget class is subtracted from the measure of MI of the same feature on the target class.
While decreasing the mosquito population is crucial, destroying essential pollinators would have long-term negative effects on agriculture and the food supply, and therefore the continued use of these agents should be reviewed to develop effective methods that reduce the development of mosquito resistance, spare nontarget species, and decrease residual environmental contamination.
In the field, "pollen from nontarget plants represents the primary route of exposure," the study notes.
For example, a common spatial pattern is an approach used to search for spatial filters that maximize the variance across two categories [9], such as target and nontarget. Rivet et al.
Features such as NonTarget Deconvolution, Target Analyte Find, library searches and data that provides a complete mapping of each sample, all come together to give users an enhanced GCMS experience.