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Asymmetry is a thoughtful look at many forms of disorder and the eternal struggle to reconcile them.
Visor detects that fluid asymmetry as a change in the ratio of bioimpedance measurements on each of the two sides.
Christian Haefke, the head of the economics department at New York University Abu Dhabi, confirmed that asymmetry exists in all friendships.
It could be because in reality, more matter than antimatter was created in the beginning, or because of an asymmetry in the way matter and antimatter interact.
Brain asymmetry is present in many vertebrates and invertebrates.
A 66-year-old Caucasian female patient was admitted for further clinical evaluation of facial asymmetry.
Half step molar and canine relationship asymmetry was more common than full step asymmetry.
332) were observed on the direction of LE asymmetry (left minus right turnout angles).
The objective of this study was to evaluate whether the extent of fluctuating asymmetry in Rhus glabra, the smooth sumac (Sapindales: Anacardiaceae), could be used as a suitable bioindicator of lead, zinc, and cadmium contamination at the Tar Creek Superfund site (near Picher) in northeastern Oklahoma.
Models E1-E3 have asymmetry about one axis and models E4-E7 have asymmetry about both axes.
Scott Katterman, an actuary at Milliman, argues in a new commentary that's now going viral that the risk corridors program faces another, longer-term problem: that the mechanisms governing how much some insurers pay into the program and how much other insurers can take out of the program will "tend to result in higher insurer receivables, compared to payables, due to an asymmetry in calculating the 'target amount' (or expected cost) for each insurer.
In this article, which later earned him Nobel Laureate in economics, he analyzed the consequences of information asymmetry in certain markets.
Fluctuating asymmetry is characterized by small random deviation from perfect bilateral symmetry [1,2].
Bilateral asymmetry, the deviation of part of an organism from perfect symmetry, can be categorized as fluctuating asymmetry (FA), directional asymmetry (DA), or anti-symmetry (AS) (Van Valen, 1962).