diversiform

di·ver·si·form

 (dĭ-vûr′sə-fôrm′, dī-)
adj.
Having different forms; variform.

diversiform

(daɪˈvɜːsɪˌfɔːm)
adj
having various forms
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Wu et al., "Effects of road network on diversiform forest cover changes in the highest coverage region in China: An analysis of sampling strategies," Science of the Total Environment, vol.
Alternatively, the immune evolutionary algorithm (IEA), which is inspired from the mechanism of biological immune and evolution systems, has a good ability of global searching and diversiform memorizing and is capable of solving the optimization problem [31].
Previous investigations, including our own work, have attempted to identify diversiform dimeric indole alkaloids.
The decrease of the probability of neurons induced continuous AP was related not only to a change of diversiform ion channels, but also to the regulation of the central nervous system.
As lack of guideline for component model encapsulation, the models are usually characteristic of diversiform interfaces, coupled tightly, and bound together with simulation platforms.
Shi, "Separation and determination of diversiform phytosterols in food materials using supercritical carbon dioxide extraction and ultraperformance liquid chromatography-atmospheric pressure chemical ionization-mass spectrometry," Analytica Chimica Acta, vol.
For example, light can be easily controlled and regulated by external apparatuses, which will offer the temporal and spatial selectivity [6-10]; light can induce various photochemical reactions, which makes it easy to exploit diversiform photosensitive materials [11-14].
The traffic patterns in wireless sensor networks usually show temporal and spatial diversiform characteristics.
In the cross-section SEM image of the AEM, the diversiform voids were presented due to solvent evaporation based on high temperature induced during photocopolymerization.
But it still needs flexible and diversiform emission reductions.
With these exquisite and self-similar structures, a fractal antenna can yield similar, diversiform even optimum current distribution.