Similarity

  • 81self-similarity — noun The property of being self similar, of having parts that resemble the whole, as a fractal has …

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  • 82Mechanical similarity — Let us consider a system of particles and assume that the interaction energy between any couple of particles has the form , where r is the distance between the two particles. In such a case the equations of motion permit a series of geometrically …

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  • 83dynamic similarity —    A scaling procedure of model and prototype where the relationship of dynamic parameters is retained [16] …

    Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • 84geologic similarity —    A model prototype length ratio [16] …

    Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • 85hypothesis of deviator similarity — Смотри гипотеза подобия девиаторов …

    Энциклопедический словарь по металлургии

  • 86measures of similarity and dissimilarity — See association coefficients …

    Dictionary of sociology

  • 87dynamic similarity — /daɪˌnæmɪk sɪməˈlærəti/ (say duy.namik simuh laruhtee) noun a principle whereby model aeroplanes, ships, and hydraulic structures are operated for test purposes under conditions exactly simulating full scale performance …

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  • 88fragmented literal similarity — In copyright law, an infringement plaintiff can prove copying by the defendant by showing that scattered throughout the defendant s work are words (or musical phrases, or artistic symbols or images) that constitute part of the protected work …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 89fragmented literal similarity — In copyright law, an infringement plaintiff can prove copying by the defendant by showing that scattered throughout the defendant s work are words (or musical phrases, or artistic symbols or images) that constitute part of the protected work …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 90dynamic similarity — a principle whereby model airplanes, ships, and hydraulic structures are operated for test purposes under conditions exactly simulating full scale performance …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 91-ties — Similarity Sim i*lar i*ty, n.; pl. { ties}. [Cf. F. similarit[ e].] The quality or state of being similar; likeness; resemblance; as, a similarity of features. [1913 Webster] Hardly is there a similarity detected between two or three facts, than… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 92SIMAP — Similarity Matrix of Proteins Similarity Matrix of Proteins, ou SIMAP, est une base de données de similitude entre protéines et des domaines protéiniques. Celle ci rassemble toutes les séquences de protéines actuellement publiées et est… …

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  • 93isomorphism — Similarity of form between two or more organisms or between parts of the body. [iso + G. morphe, shape] * * * iso·mor·phism .i sə mȯr .fiz əm n 1) similarity in organisms of different ancestry resulting from evolutionary convergence 2)… …

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  • 94SIMAP — Similarity Matrix of Proteins, or SIMAP, is a database of protein similarities created using distributed computing, which is freely accessible for scientific purposes. SIMAP uses the FASTA algorithm to precalculate protein similarity, while… …

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  • 95homoplasy — similarity due to convergent, parallel or reversed (i.e. loss) evolution, i.e. independent evolutionary change, not common ancestry. Convergent features are derived from distantly related ancestors, i.e. independent evolution derived by a… …

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • 96plesiomorphism — Similarity in form. [plesio + G. morphe, form] * * * ple·sio·mor·phism (ple″se o morґfiz əm) [Gr. plesios near + morph + ism] similarity in form …

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  • 97homology — similarity of characters due to close ancestry, a common evolutionary origin, e.g. pectoral fins are homologous with human arms but pelvic fins are not homologous with legs (and so are perhaps better termed ventral fins). In contrast to homoplasy …

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • 98mimicry — similarity of appearance between two species, the mimic gaining protection from resembling a dangerous organism such as a predator or poisonous organism (Batesian mimicry) or where both species are protected against predators by being distasteful …

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • 99Mullerian mimicry — Similarity (usually consisting of coloration) of several species that are distasteful, poisonous, or otherwise harmful to a predator; see Batesian mimicry …

    Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • 100homogamy — Similarity of husband and wife in a specific trait. [homo + G. gamos, marriage] * * * ho·mog·a·my hō mäg ə mē n, pl mies reproduction within an isolated group perpetuating qualities by which it is differentiated from the larger group of which it… …

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