Definition of non-centrality in English:

non-centrality

noun

  • The property of being non-central, especially (in Statistics) of having a non-zero mean; the degree to which something is non-central.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in Biometrika. From non- + centrality, after non-central.

Pronunciation

non-centrality

/ˌnɒnsɛnˈtralɪti/