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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In particular, they are seminormal (see [7, Remark 6.2.11]).
Al objeto de considerar el tipo de especificacion en relacion a la distribucion elegida de normal truncada o seminormal, se contrasta la hipotesis nula Ho = [my] = 0.
Risk factors associated with the development of CLI include age, nicotine use, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and family history of cardiovascular disease [5-8], driving our societal need to find novel clinical interventions which can restore seminormal limb function or at least stabilize disease progression.
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.
Para la aplicacion presente se postula una funcion de produccion como la Cobb-Douglas a la que se le anaden las perturbaciones de ruido (simetricas) y de eficiencia (seminormal) y, usando maxima verosimilitud, se estiman los parametros de interes y se calcula la eficiencia para cada unidad hospitalaria.
In the case of the QR approach we included the number of iterations and timing in seconds for two possible approaches using either both factors Q and R (denoted in Table 4.3 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.