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Adj.1.self-consistent - not self-contradictory
consistent - (sometimes followed by `with') in agreement or consistent or reliable; "testimony consistent with the known facts"; "I have decided that the course of conduct which I am following is consistent with my sense of responsibility as president in time of war"- FDR
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"Simulated storms are a more self-consistent system," explained Gagne.
Laskin presents the first systematic, in-depth, fully covered, and self-consistent treatment of fractional quantum mechanics.
where the [[epsilon].sub.j] and n are the self-consistent quantities, [V.sub.xc] is the exchange correlation potential energy, [E.sub.xc] is the exchange correlation energy, and n(r) is the electron density.
X-ray image acquisition requires a self-consistent set of many 2-D x-ray images to be taken, ideally from 360[degrees] around the sample.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Astrophysicists have created and compared self-consistent and realistic images of the shadow of an accreting supermassive black hole.
A second theory has been widely suggested and sounds promising considering the similar case of planet Earth, but no one could detail the idea until the SwRI Space Science and Engineering Division came up with the first self-consistent model to show the type of impact that could have formed the two moons.
An advanced charge self-consistent DFT + dynamical meanfield theory (DMFT) scheme [28] is utilized.
(2001) proposed the so-called "self-consistent" method (SC), in which an optimal proportionality constant of [A.sub.H]/[K.sub.DP] is estimated by comparing the calculated [[phi].sub.DP] with the measured [[phi].sub.DP] [5].
A generalized version of Hagedorn's self-consistent thermodynamics [9] has allowed the prediction of a limiting temperature and a common entropic index, q, and a new hadron mass spectrum formula.
Soliton equations with self-consistent sources have important applications in soliton theory.
It may be connected with Igor Novikov's temporal bootstrap of "globally self-consistent loops in time." Novikov was mainly thinking about time travel to the past through traversable wormholes in a classical way.

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