mathematical system

mathematical system

[¦math·ə¦mad·ə·kəl ′sis·təm]
(mathematics)
A structure formed from one or more sets of undefined objects, various concepts which may or may not be defined, and a set of axioms relating these objects and concepts.
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Smith asserted that schools should instead teach his "accurate scientific mathematical system of genetic variations.
With this mathematical system, involving lines receding to a single vanishing point, depth and an accurate depiction of scale was possible; distance was represented in a series of planes.
By combining random complexity with an absolute mathematical system, and thereby creating expressive lines with mechanical tools, Kim is attempting a digital convergence of the two traditions.
Thus he proposed that perspective was a mathematical system that indicates how a real-world scene would project to the vantage point of the observer.
Scientists used game theory, a mathematical system of strategic decision making, to make her behaviour more convincing.
He painted it with spontaneity, not with a mathematical system.
A mathematical system can be designed to generate COLOR CODING DNA[R] trajectories, where the degree of chaos can be tuned.
Well, like so many fellow travellers, Hollande appears to have discovered a new mathematical system, invented perhaps by a brilliant pre-schooler.
Camping said he has studied the Bible for nearly 70 years and developed a mathematical system to interpret prophecies hidden within the Bible.
In the future, Hemami wants to model the human spinal cord and develop a mathematical system that can determine the level of reaching and pushing required for certain tasks.
In addition to the constant realtime position reports via Yacht Tracker, the site's highly sophisticated mathematical system translates this data into showing each yacht's position in the fleet, distance to the finish line, as well as its progressive corrected time position under the IRC and PHS handicap categories.
Fuzzy logic is a mathematical system that allows computer systems--which operate in precise binary terms, one or zero--to deal with imprecise things, those that are not black or white, hot or cold.

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