faithful representation


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faithful representation

[¦fāth‚fu̇l ‚rep·rə·zen′tā·shən]
(mathematics)
A homomorphism h of a group onto some group of matrices or linear operators such that h is an injection.
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Of course, I lied: it was, in fact, a very faithful representation of Mr.
He was a large fleshy man, weighing at least two hundred pounds, and he quickly became a faithful representation of a quivering jelly-mountain of fat.
The result is not a faithful representation of reality, but more a "version" of it shaped by the subjects' feelings.
It is a faithful representation of the twists and turns of the turbulent, controversial time.
The outcome was a faithful representation of the novel.
On the other hand, it is argued that the enforcement of ICPC 14 (CPC, 2010) will enable accuracy of information, based on a more faithful representation in the Balance Sheet, as well as better information on the insolvency risk of cooperative entities and adherence to international accounting standards.
While faithful representation of mathematical ideas is helpful--even provocative--and a capacity for numerical calculation is essential, it is the role of the calculator as an exploratory device that offers the most promise for educational gain.
The trouble with bringing a game that is a faithful representation of a hardcore PC experience to a smartphone or tablet.
The end result is less of a faithful representation of Shakespeare's play than a free interpretation of some of its themes.
Modernism and Vagueness adds conceptual and intellectual-historical nuance to our understanding of the interplay between these experimental developments in philosophy and literature in their different attempts to mount a more faithful representation of the real.
From the original movie sounds, to the on-screen effects, the whole feel of the game is incredible, and certainly the most faithful representation of the Star Wars universe I've seen.