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deGerman
Agnostiker definition: [1] Verfechter des Agnostizismus
Agnostikerin definition: [1] Verfechterin des Agnostizismus
agnostisch definition: [1] die Agnosie betreffend [2] die Möglichkeit echter Erkenntnis verneinend
 
frFrench
agnostique definition: Personne qui pense que Dieu est inconnaissable, qui ne prétend pas connaître les secrets de l’Univers.
 
enEnglish
agnostic definition: Agnostique.
agnostic definition: Agnostique.
 
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It was designed to provide centralized access to a wide range of relevant information in an organism-agnostic manner.

Kieran Hervold et al.

Nucleic Acids Research 35 (Database issue), 01 Jan 2007

PyNN increases the productivity of neuronal network modelling by providing high-level abstraction, by promoting code sharing and reuse, and by providing a foundation for simulator-agnostic analysis, visualization and data-management tools.

Andrew P. Davison et al.

Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 2 (7), 27 Jan 2009

By providing a standard simulation platform, PyNN also has the potential to act as the foundation for other, simulator agnostic but neuroscience-specific, tools such as analysis, visualization and data-management software.

Andrew P. Davison et al.

Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 2 (7), 27 Jan 2009

Physicians with more than 10 years of clinical experience more frequently indicated that they involve nurses in these decisions ( P < 0.05), and agnostic/atheist doctors more frequently involve patients' relatives in decisions to withhold/withdraw treatment ( P < 0.05).

Teresa Cardoso et al.

Critical Care 7 (6), 2003

Data were collected regarding the location of the ICU, the size of the ICU (≤ 4 beds, 5–8 beds, or > 8 beds) and physicians' sociodemographic characteristics, as follows: age (< 45 or ≥ 45 years old), sex, religion (catholic, agnostic or atheist, or other), speciality (anaesthesia, internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, or other), years of clinical experience (≤ 2, 3–5, 6–10, or > 10 years).

Teresa Cardoso et al.

Critical Care 7 (6), 2003

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