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 (kŏm′bə-nə-tôr′ē-əl, kəm-bī′nə-)
1. Relating to or involving combinations.
2. Relating to the arrangement and counting of mathematical elements in sets.

com′bi·na·to′ri·al·ly adv.


in a combinatorial manner
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They cover Thurston maps, LattAaAeAeAes map quasiconformal and rough geometry, cell decompositions, expansion, Thurston maps with two or three postcritical points, visual metrics, symbolic dynamics, tile graphs, isotopies, subdivisions, quotients of Thurston maps, combinatorially expanding Thurston maps, invariant curves, the combinatorial expansion factor, the geometry of the visual sphere, relational Thurston maps and Lebesgue measure, a combinatorial characterization of LattAaAeAeAes maps, and outlook and open problems.
Yet, the underlying mechanisms for how genetics, metabolism, gene expression, and gene regulation combinatorially dictate the response to chemical exposure both within and across individuals is poorly understood.
The number of combinatorially different floorplans with n rectangles is known to be B(n) = [THETA]([8.
The prevailing approach relies on heuristics and iteration, which can be costly and even ineffective, because UI design often involves combinatorially hard problems with immense design spaces, multiple objectives and constraints, and complex user behavior.
The space of variation within given parameterization can be combinatorially large thus ensuring the ability to cover a broad range of materials.
Our goal is to access the positioning control unit and combinatorially set the input controller parameters with the help of two implemented algorithms.
C57BL/6 mice were injected with cilostazol (3 mg/kg body weight) and probucol (1 mg/kg body weight) individually or combinatorially once daily for 3 days and then they were sacrificed after challenging with tunicamycin (3 mg/kg body weight) for 24 h.
With the increase of J, the supplier selection problem clearly becomes a combinatorially explosive problem.
Increasing jointness and coordination opportunities enables combinatorially greater numbers of military options, but without improving the decision-making capacity they cannot be effectively used.
As such, they need not be 100% accurate to have adaptive utility--especially when used combinatorially (see Gigerenzer & Brighton, 2009).
Transformation of functions means that the function of a stimulus can change the functions of other stimuli that are mutually or combinatorially related.
2] are combinatorially homeomorphic if there are elementary subdivisions of [C.
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