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undetectable

(ŭn″di-tek′tă-bĕl)
Not found with contemporary laboratory testing; unmeasurable. The term applies to chemicals, contaminants, pathogens, or toxins in samples of air, blood, other fluids, or tissues.
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The main motivation of this study can be described as follows: In the design of existing covert timing channels, undetectability is usually studied based on the security model established from one-order statistics of IPDs (e.g., cumulative distribution function or probability distribution function), whereas high-order statistics of IPDs are always discarded completely.
The proposed method satisfies most of the security requirements (visual appearance, security, and undetectability) and exhibits adaptability to FLV files as hosts to hide secret messages.
The undetectability of a wireless covert channel should be benchmarked under noisy channel with a range of noise SNRs.
The research results show that HBV DNA levels were significantly decreased and reached undetectability at the end of the study.
(i) Undetectability. Secret information must remain undetectable for unauthorized parties.
(302) Given masculinity's apparent undetectability, this process of presentation represents a crucial first step in vindicating the workplace rights of male caregivers.
The reason for the distortion has to do with the undetectability of M quality.
Undetectability of Bridging Faults and validity of Stuck-at Fault Test Sets.
Importantly this doesn't fail - it's reliable, peaceful, available and with the additional benefit of undetectability," News.com.au quoted Nitschke, as saying.
The aim of the study was to determine the long-term virological outcomes of a large cohort and included data from the Royal Free Hospital, London, UK and the University Hospital, Frankfurt, Germany for patients starting first-line HAART and showing no evidence of virological failure during the first year after achieving viral load undetectability. Virological failure was defined as a viral load >400 copies/ml.
Unlinkability, Undetectability, Unobservability, Pseudonymity, and Identity Management--A Consolidated Proposal for Terminology, Version v0.31, 15 February.
Carroll's omnibus rejoinder will perhaps explain what he means here by repression and whether he holds, with Derrideans and Lacanians, that the undetectability of a favored "force" is really a sign of its imperfectly negated, and therefore shaping, presence in the creating mind.