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  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj univocal admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion "unequivocal evidence","took an unequivocal position","an unequivocal success","an unequivocal promise","an unequivocal (or univocal) statement"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Univocal (Aristotelian Logic) A generic term, or a term applicable in the same sense to all the species it embraces.
    • Univocal A word having but one meaning.
    • Univocal Having always the same drift or tenor; uniform; certain; regular.
    • Univocal Having one meaning only; -- contrasted with equivocal.
    • Univocal Having unison of sound, as the octave in music. See Unison n., 2.
    • Univocal Unequivocal; indubitable.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • univocal In mathematics, having only one result.
    • univocal Having one meaning only; having the meaning unmistakable: opposed to equivocal.
    • univocal In music, having a unisonous sound.
    • univocal Certain; not to be doubted or mistaken.
    • univocal Producing something of its own nature: as, univocal generation; a univocal cause.
    • n univocal A word having only one signification or meaning; a generic word, or a word predicable of many different species, as fish, tree.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Univocal ū-niv′ō-kal having one meaning only: having unison of sounds
    • n Univocal a word with but one meaning
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. univocus,; unus, one + vox, vocis, a voice, word. See One, and Voice


In literature:

The question must be asked how such a close and univocal relationship is possible between things of such different nature.
"International Congress of Arts and Science, Volume I" by Various

In science:

The remaining dN −1 are univocally determined by the marginal probability distribution corresponding to any N − 1 parts.
Fully nonlocal, monogamous, and random genuinely multipartite quantum correlations
This is possible since no prefix of p = 1j+10j is also a suffix of p, that is the forbidden patterns do not overlap and so they are univocally identified inside the words.
Generation of binary words avoiding alternating patterns
In Section 4 we prove that the construction given in Section 3 allows us to obtain an exhaustive and univocal generation of such binary words having n 1’s.
Generation of binary words avoiding alternating patterns
This assertion is a direct consequence of the construction, since the actions described are univocally determined.
Generation of binary words avoiding alternating patterns
Interpreting the observed lags as radiative cooling times at the relevant energies yields a univocal value of the magnetic field B = 0.1 G.
Multifrequency and IUE Campaigns on Blazars
The unification scale MGU T is not univocally defined beyond LO and here we choose to identify it with the mass of the SU (5) superheavy gauge bosons mV .
The problem of neutrino masses in extensions of the Standard Model
Furthermore, the knowledge of all the integration constants, even the non-classical ones a and b, determines univocally the tra jectory and the velocity at each time.
Reply to "Comments on Bouda and Djama's 'Quantum Newton's Law'"
The basic inspiration of the present approach can be summarized by stating that the effects of fully inhomogeneous magnetic fields on CMB anisotropies is not univocal.
Tight coupling expansion and fully inhomogeneous magnetic fields
The values of E tot e± and B we determined are univocally fixed by two tight constraints.
Fundamental physics from black holes, neutron stars and gamma-ray bursts
This univocal identification is based on the observed VHE variability/periodicity and correlations with flux variation at other wavelengths.
TeV Astronomy
A second univocal proof of the origin of CRs in SNRs would be the detection of γ -ray emission at extremely high energies, the so-called PeVatron (1 PeV=1015 eV).
TeV Astronomy
Any of these features alone, however, does not represent the univocal criterium we are looking for.
Tomographic measurement of nonclassical radiation states
In their works they do not establish a criterium that allows to define in univocal manner the selection of the counting rule.
Where the Tsallis Statistic is valid?
In this case the angles in laboratory and in the center-of-mass systems are univocally related to each other.
Luminosity determination for the quasi-free nuclear reactions
Equation (3) provides an univocal correspondence between peak frequency eω and an effective quasi-momentum eq which allows for eω = ω (eq).
On the Raman shift in nanosized crystals