fractus


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fractus

(ˈfræktəs)
n
a type of cloud formation with a fragmented or shredded appearance
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Formally, Either/Or is a fractal, a term derived from the Latin fractus ("fractured") that describes objects displaying the same structure at different levels of magnification.
While some say that the sighting could have been be a small portion of a larger cloud that was separated by strong winds, referred to as cumulus fractus clouds, others say that the angle from which it was photographed could have been the reason behind the distinctly spherical shape as another picture of the same cloud showed a change in shape.
He derived the word from the Latin fractus meaning broken or fractured.
Passalus (Passalus) fractus Luerdewaldt, 1931: 158; Fonseca & Reyes-Castillo, 2004: 18 (list.
Fractus is marketing this product and the technology that underpins the project has been validated in real environments, but as specific objectives in this project, the company needs to design and validate new solutions to cover more market needs.
1) El experto en matematica Benoit Mandelbrot fue el responsable de desarrollar, en 1975, el concepto de fractal, que proviene del vocablo latino fractus (puede traducirse como "quebrado").
Fractus is hosted by the Dell Active System 800 Cloud Solution.
Another feature which emerges from this volume is the richness of religious music sources in this area, where confraternities and oratories since the 18th century expressed their devotion through the typical habit of inserting handwritten sheets of cantus fractus masses at the end of liturgical books.
Mathematically, fractal or fractus is a highly complicated, irregular or broken geometry [3, 9].
Antihyperlipidemic effect of crocin isolated from the fractus of Gardenia jasminoides and its metabolite crocetin.