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isomorph

[′ī·sə‚mȯrf]
(mineralogy)
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4) Some may worry that a silicon isomorph of a neural system might be impossible for technical reasons.
Further, the prescriptive value inherent in each isomorph is lost because few correspondence principles [96] exist between the isomorphs, their linkage, and the real parts of the system in the world.
What is "cuivre gris" that is treated by Hauy as an isomorph of "cuivre pyriteux"?
The entire clinical consultation is an isomorph for the intervener as cultural change agent.
The DDM simulation used for this study, the Water Purification Plant [TM] (WPP; Figure 1), is an isomorph of a real-world scheduling task performed in an organization with large-scale logistical operations (Lerch, Ballou, & Harter, 1997).
In Bruce Clarke's words, "entropy is an isomorph of allegory, in that the concept of entropy adds irreversible time to the equation of real physical systems"("Allegories" 75).
Primary structure of the major isomorph of the crustacean hyperglycemic hormone (CHH-1) from the sinus gland of Mexican crayfish Procambarus bouvieri (Ortmann): interspecies comparison.
The second was based on the principle of "qualitative informational isomorph .
Because the operationalizations of mimetic isomorph ism could have been used as measures of coercive or normative isomorphism, the field has rendered a selective and, therefore, socially constructed interpretation of the article.
In the Appendix it is shown that the solution to the model (10), (11), and (14) is isomorph to Delgado and Dumas [1991], Froot and Obstfeld [1991], Lindberg and Soderlind [1994], and Tristani [1994]:
Constable 99), a term that transcodes it with the general equivalent of the monarch form, an isomorph of the phallus (Goux 54).
Isomorph elimination alone is rarely sufficient to make checking feasible.