Definitions

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  • adjective Not optimal.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ optimal

Examples

  • The monopoly given out via a copyright is not an end unto itself - in fact, any monopoly is a nonoptimal and undesirable economic arrangement, all other things being equal.

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  • If problems or nonoptimal settings are found, you are only

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  • Because defense is so important, the government will consider granting nonoptimal economic arrangements to certain entities to further defense.

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  • The monopoly given out via a copyright is not an end unto itself - in fact, any monopoly is a nonoptimal and undesirable economic arrangement, all other things being equal.

    QuestionCopyright.org

  • Because defense is so important, the government will consider granting nonoptimal economic arrangements to certain entities to further defense.

    QuestionCopyright.org

  • The monopoly given out via a copyright is not an end unto itself - in fact, any monopoly is a nonoptimal and undesirable economic arrangement, all other things being equal.

    QuestionCopyright.org

  • There are also normative problems: Open innovation may be nonoptimal, it may lead to undesirable strategies for maintaining a competitive advantage, and it can be exploitative of knowledge workers.

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  • Another issue is the problem of nonoptimal execution plans because of incorrect data modeling.

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  • If problems or nonoptimal settings are found, you are only a mouse-click away from resolving them.

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  • Because defense is so important, the government will consider granting nonoptimal economic arrangements to certain entities to further defense.

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