10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HOMEOMORPHOUS»
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Handbook of Granular Computing
Then ([X], [F]) and Y are homeomorphous, where the homeomorphous mapping
h : [X] —> Y satisfies h o p : t; i.e., h;1 o t : p. The proposition shows that when t : X
—> Yis a quotient mapping, Y can be regarded as a quotient space of X and t is ...
Witold Pedrycz, Andrzej Skowron, Vladik Kreinovich, 2008
Thus BaCO, absorbs KNO_,, but not N aNO_,; CaCOa (calcite) on the other hand
absorbs the homeomorphous NaNOa, but not KNOS. From his observations 011
the adsorption of colloidal substances and dyes, M. concludes that there are 2 ...
Laennec divided tumours into two classes, which are merely those called now-a-
days, homeomorphous and heteromorphous growths. Among the kete-
romorphous tumours, we class encephaloma, schirrus, phagedenic ulcers, etc.
The principles of pathology
Homeomorphous and Heteromorphous Inheritance. — While we observe that
inheritance of liability to disease may in certain instances exhibit itself by the
offspring succumbing to the identical influence as did the parent, and exhibiting
John George Adami, Albert George Nicholls, 1910
Computational Science - ICCS 2007: 7th International ...
3.1 The Algorithm Framework The underlying idea of data set homeomorphism
transformation based meta-clustering is: constructing a series of
homeomorphous data sets by transforming data positions, and clustering these
Quotient Space Based Problem Solving: A Theoretical ...
Then, f is called a homeomorphous mapping from U to V, or V is a homeomorph
of U. Definition 7.2.7 If there exists a homeomorphous mapping from closure
space U to V, then U and V are called homeomorphous closure spaces.
Ling Zhang, Bo Zhang, 2014
Correlation of the Silurian Rocks of Australia, New Zealand, ...
... in response to environmental change, and continue upward. Typical forms for
recognition of this interval are a new species of Icriodina (nearly
homeomorphous with Icriodus pesavis), Ozarkodina cf. edithae, and
Spathognathodus sp. nov.
J. A. Talent, W.B.N. Berry, A. J. Boucot, G. H. Packham, and G.C.O. Bischoff
Dictionary of Geological Terms
... (ho'-me-o-mor'phism) The characteristic of crystalline substances of dissimilar
chemical composition to have similar crystal form and habit; such crystals are
known as homeomorphs. Adj: homeomorphic; homeomorphous.
Robert Latimer Bates, Julia A. Jackson, 1984
Semiotics and Dialectics: Ideology and the Text
Two "Languages" of Consciousness Two such opposing types of language, or
rather types of consciousness (Lotman uses the term "language" in the widest
sense, as any structured system) are the homeomorphous, continual, type of ...
The development of the concept of space in the child
or nearly always, led to select shapes which are homeomorphous to the figure
they have touched and that other children, being younger, less interested, etc.,
have made much more uncertain choices in which the heteromorphous figures ...
Monique Laurendeau, Adrien Pinard, 1970