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isomorph

[′ī·sə‚mȯrf]
(mineralogy)
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(7.) It can be shown that the model is isomorph to one in which the negative consequences of a hedonistic life style are borne exclusively in the (potentially infinite) afterlife, i.e., in which households maximize
(4) Some may worry that a silicon isomorph of a neural system might be impossible for technical reasons.
In addition, if U = V = W, then ([G.sub.H],*) and ([L.sub.M], [omicron]) are said to be Smarandache isomorphic (S-isomorphic) [and we say [([L.sub.M], [omicron]) is a Smarandache isomorph of ([G.sub.H],*) and thus write ([G.sub.H],*) [??] Z ([L.sub.M], [omicron]).].
The presence of semicrystalline fields in a number of red bream otoliths is indicative of a partial replacement of the normal aragonite crystalline structure by vaterite, a calcium carbonate isomorph that has optical properties different from aragonite.
The rule vector of every CA can be manipulated in this way to produce a unique and distinct isomorph, so the total number of unique totalistic binary CAs is [4.sup.9]/2 = [2.sup.17].
Recently, the structure of the [[M[(sac).sub.2][([H.sub.2]O).sub.2]pyz].sub.n] M = Mn, Fe and Co was published elsewhere, revealing that they are isomorph with the zinc complex [21].
Thus, the space L is isometric isomorph to [L.sup.[infinity]](N).
These diverse disci-plinary names for the same process or structure (isomorph) are syno-nyms for the general systems term.
What is "cuivre gris" that is treated by Hauy as an isomorph of "cuivre pyriteux"?
The Uniformization theorem implies the existence of a covering conformal map [phi] : [R.sup.2] [right arrow] M such that the group [H.sub.[phi]] of diffeomorphisms [rho] : [R.sup.2] [right arrow] [R.sup.2] such that [phi] o [rho] = [phi], is a subgroup of the group of translations in [R.sup.2] and is isomorph to [Z.sup.2].
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).