chronon


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chronon

[′krän·ən]
(physics)
A hypothetical quantum of time, given approximately by the time taken for light to traverse the classical electron radius, on the order of 10-23 second.
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Independent testing has confirmed the capability of Chronon materials to reduce weave-induced skew.
Independent testing has confirmed the ability of Chronon materials to reduce weave-induced skew.
Chronon laminates and prepreg are in the same UL family as Isola's Tachyon(R)-100G, I-Tera MT and Astra MT materials.
12 (1) (14a 27-29): Prioridad segun el tiempo (kata chronon): X es anterior a Y segun el tiempo, si
The evil Chronon has stolen the time machine and kidnapped your dad.
To approach a multi- directional flow of time, parting that fabric's web from the far as well as the near side, reflecting on time as a being-made chronon as well as a fait accompli, is to suffer with the outflowering flow of time, as well as to wonder at the vastness of what has become in time.
Mais le jour et la nuit, en se faisant voir, les mois, le revolutions des annees, les equinoxes, les solstices ont forme par leur combinaison le nombre, et nous ont donne la notions du temps (chronon ...
En 41 e 6 usa el termino <<tiempo>> en genitivo plural: <<instrumentos de los tiempos>> (organa chronon) y en 42 d 5 lo usa en genitivo singular: <<instrumentos del tiempo>> (organa chronou).
The time-line segment is partitioned into a finite number of smaller segments, each called a chronon [Ariav 1986; Clifford and Rao 1987; Jensen et al.
In fact, a geon is not the smallest possible unit in space or time, as topons or chronons (Couclelis 2010), but the one that is best suited to the given application context ('as small as necessary, as big as possible').
(21) Having supposed that Zeno's arguments were directed against Pythagoreans according to whom time allegedly consists of indivisible quanta sometimes called chronons, French scholar Paul Tannery (P.
Third, by introducing the TP-algebra, we show how the PDM (probabilistic data model) can be modified to support temporal indeterminacy, even if there are several million elements in a set of possible chronons. This was an important open problem raised by Snodgrass [Zaniolo et al.