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automorphic

(ˌɔːtəʊˈmɔːfɪk)
adj
shaped and designed after oneself
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Automorphic Forms and Related Topics: Building Bridges: 3rd EU/US Summer School and Workshop Automorphic Forms and Related Topics July 11-22, 2016
It is classified in the VII class of terrestric (automorphic) soils - class of technogenic soils (technosols); I subclass - soil on modified natural substrate.
In this paper we construct multiple sine functions from the absolute automorphic form
and Fedotov, G.N.: 2013, The composition of the functional pools of labile organic matter in the zonal range of automorphic soils of the central Russian plain.
Shapiro, "The numerical ranges of automorphic composition operators," Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, vol.
Especially, in [5, 6], the authors gave an important overview about the theory of almost automorphic functions and their applications to differential equations.
Concerning almost automorphic and asymptotically almost automorphic solutions of abstract differential equations, one may refer, for example, to the monographs by Diagana [4], N'Guerekata [5], and references cited therein.
We can also observe that the later sphalerite replaces the earlier pyrite containing automorphic stage 1 arsenopyrite to form a skeletal texture during this stage (Figure 4(w)).
Soil was sampled in an automorphic landscape from a depth of 20-40 cm.
The soils of B1 are calcareous, drought-sensitive, automorphic soils, corresponding to the Hepatica forest site type [38], which will probably be the site type formed during the pedogenesis of former quarry sites [4].
More recently, Fu and Liu [4] discussed the existence and uniqueness of square-mean almost automorphic solutions to some linear and nonlinear stochastic differential equations, the asymptotic stability of the unique square-mean almost automorphic solution was established in the squaremean sense.
The space of almost automorphic functions (resp., compact almost automorphic functions) will be written as AA(X) (resp., [AA.sub.c](X)).

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