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Synonyms for dissimilar

not like another in nature, quality, amount, or form

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not similar

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not alike or similar

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marked by dissimilarity

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As mentioned above, the dissimilarities of features between the distorted and reference images can reflect the image quality degradation.
If the dissimilarity between R and Q is the minimal one among all the color dissimilarities d(Q, [S.sup.Q.sub.i]), we will merge R and Q.
(B) The dissimilarities among CRIDs are calculated by the Euclidean distance, which is a matrix D:
With the substantial entry of women into the labor market and their increasing educational achievements (Mircica, 2014; 2011), socioeconomic variety among working women has grown considerably, adding to broadening dissimilarities in their working conditions (Popescu, 2015a, b, c; 2013), bargaining power, and economic abilities.
On the whole gender dissimilarities in labor market experience comprise a relevant segment of the gender wage gap.
The large rivers draining into the Siberian seas likely explain the lower richness of these Arctic shelves, but pronounced differences in sampling effort among regions may also generate these dissimilarities (Piepenburg et al., 2011).
Multidimensional scaling (MDS) is a statistical method which is meant to visualize dissimilarities (Groenen, Velden 2004).
Beyond that, since the tablets come in different sizes, outer dissimilarities are quite obvious.
Further chapters address specific issues on the models, such as scales, similarities and dissimilarities data, rating and binary choice data, and several advanced topics in latent estimates and ordinal and dynamic IRT models.
The results provided by this clustering technique comprehend a complete description of the structure of the processes by providing a global representation of the pairwise dissimilarities amongst the different behaviours observed.
She investigates the similarities and dissimilarities in their theoretical constructs and their policy advice, with a particular focus on how each approached the issue of whether a collective body behaves more efficiently than an individual one and the ways each understood the monetary character of a decentralized market economy and the implications of their differing perspectives for the issue of uncertainty and expectations.
In that sense, as the global index can be expressed as the average of the scale indices it would not be useful when there are dissimilarities for some but not all of the scales, as this mean value would misrepresent all of them.