fractality

fractality

(frækˈtælɪtɪ)
n
(Mathematics) maths the quality of being fractal or subdivided
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If constant moments are not observed, then there is an indication of possible fractality of the time series, concluding that the series are not stationary (Lipka & Los, 2003).
Thus, the description of word-formation processes in the Old High German language from the standpoint of evolutionary linguistic synergetics shows that the word-formation system manifests the property of fractality. However, it should be emphasized that the fractality in the word-formation we see
In brief, the use of the TFU consists of (Figure 2 shows an outline about TFU sorptivity procedure) (a) cumulative MTP curve data analysis and verification of the fractality of the microstructures [44,47], (b) model processing (based on the Sierpinski carpets with different geometric size and scaling iterations) in order to reproduce the experimental pore size distribution and the pore volume fraction, (c) applying the fractal expression of capillary adsorption for each unit and considering the various contributions, and (d) comparison between modelling predictions and experimental and/or other model soptivity data [9, 12].
The evidences of self-similar characteristics in high-energy interactions have connections to the idea of fractality. In view of these, study of azimuthal anisotropy can also be attempted using different methods that are based on fractality of a complex system.
We interpret this correspondence as evidence of the fractality, scale invariance and macroscopic quantization of Earth's gravity field.
Fractality may also exist in whey protein-containing samples below the 0.1 [micro]m length scale and it is possible that the flocculation mechanism somewhat differed among different samples tested [88].
The analysis of the particle size distribution of raw HMX and nano-HMX as prepared by MDS shows that the refined nano-HMX particle size distribution is unimodal (Figure 3), which is in good accordance with the granularity fractality of powder particles [13].
Ifrim's publication include Identitate culturala si integrare europeana: Perspective critice asupra discursului identitar romanesc in perioada postdecembrista (Cultural Identity and European Integration: Critical Approaches on Romanian Identity-focused Discourse of the Post-December Age) (2013) and Fractalitatea si discursul literar: Ipostaze ale unei noi teorii a receptarii (Fractality and Literary Discourse: Towards a New Reading Theory) (2011).
Adeli, "Fractality and a waveletchaos-neural network methodology for EEG-based diagnosis of autistic spectrum disorder," Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.
Moussavi, "The fractality of lung sounds: A comparison of three waveform fractal dimension algorithms," Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, vol.
Aifantis, "Non-standard extensions of gradient elasticity: fractional non-locality, memory and fractality," Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, vol.
Agop, Differentiability and Fractality in Dynamics of Physical Systems, World Scientific, Singapore, 2016.