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automorphic

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(petrology)
Of minerals in igneous rock bounded by their own crystal faces. Also known as euhedral; idiomorphic.
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Cheban, Almost periodic and almost automorphic solutions of linear differential/difference equations without Favard's separation condition.
These soils have automorphic positions in spacial distribution and they are wetted mainly due to atmospheric precipitation.
Arthur classifies the automorphic representations of special orthogonal and symplective groups in G in terms of those of GL(N).
Lizama, Almost automorphic mild solutions to fractional differential equations, Nonlinear Anal.
The next two links of PES are the most broadly acknowledged for wide-range agricultural use (forming ca 44% of arable land), medium-textured high-quality automorphic soils.
1) dry: mostly coarse-textured automorphic shallow soils that are excessively drained, plant-available water supply in the 75-cm soil layer is < 50 mm, during the vegetation period a risk of soil drought may exist;
H],*) is called a second Smarandache right automorphic inverse property loop ([S.
Among the topics are partition functions and box-spline, the calculus of operator functions, toric Sasaki-Einstein geometry, automorphic representations, rigidity of polyhedral surfaces, number theory techniques in the theory of Lie groups and differential geometry, the flabby glass group of a finite cyclic group, Green's formula in Hall algebras and cluster algebras, zeta functions in combinatorics and number theory, and soliton hierarchies constructed from involutions.
This automorphic quality provides much of the book's propulsive energy, but also comprises of its structural limitations.
BURNSIDE, On a class of automorphic functions, Proc.

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