insensitiveness


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Synonyms for insensitiveness

the inability to respond to affective changes in your interpersonal environment

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The right activists and members of civil society have strongly reacted over the insensitiveness towards the plight of the workers.
However, the fuzzy logic can be understood and implemented by computer conveniently, and other superiority over conventional method, including high robustness to system uncertainties and insensitiveness to imprecise dynamics of plant, that make it to be another effective method to nonlinear systems [18].
We focus on different entropies that have recently been investigated as to their "insensitiveness" to specific signal compression schemes.
The insensitiveness of the LCV driver to the traffic signal in the anticipating period is reasonable, because no matter in the red or green phase, the driver needs to keep safe gap and speed difference with the FV before subject vehicle inserts into target lane.
In a statement Saeed Ghani said that this insensitiveness of Sharif brothers must be condemned.
The regression rates show insensitiveness in the widely spaced region whereas marginal effect is noted in the intermediately spaced configurations.
Further additional factors need to be considered such as magnitude variation among the frequency bands as limited or less expertise of the participants to execute action according to stimulus applied, motivation and concentration to respond, and patient insensitiveness due to fatigue, age, and patient's depth of diseases.
The tradeoff weighted fuzzy factor depending on the space distance of all neighboring pixels and their gray-level difference is introduced into its objective function to guarantee noise insensitiveness and image detail preservation.
By inhaling ether, he realized that it has the ability to provide insensitiveness against pain.
Many of the problems Kerala is facing today are the insensitiveness and result of failures of successive governments and its development itself.
This result could be explained by the insensitiveness of MLT products to changes in relative ULC (8) and/or by a reduction in ULC much more notorious in other competing economies than in Germany.
In the course of the inquiry with regard to malfunction problems of the MRT3, the Sub-Committee observed the badges of negligence and inaction of [DOTC] officials led by Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya indicating insensitiveness, callous indifference and acts disadvantageous to the commuters, the Filipino public and the Government, Poe said in the 45-page report.
is not insensitiveness, but a physical equipment inadequate for dealing with poetry" (41).
Many would read in them biases toward one group or another, and they would be accused of social insensitiveness. To reduce the adverse influences of such divisive debates on the credibility of monetary policy, the proposed upgrading of the Fed should be supplemented with a monetary policy rule that would make policy transparent and enable the Fed to stay firm in the course of bubble-neutral monetary policies.
Nobody apparently knows the cause of her death, but her last wish is enough to confirm it that she had died of excessive depression, burdened by the insensitiveness and helplessness of her parents and the cruelty of the prevailing social order.