isomorphy


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Noun1.isomorphy - (biology) similarity or identity of form or shape or structure
similarity - the quality of being similar
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
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Binding memory, ethnicity, territory, and the nation-state together, Nora's framework of lieu de memoire has been instrumental in making the notion of cultural memory synonymous with national remembrance or, at best, with a perception of cultures "constructed upon the assumption of an isomorphy between territory, social formation, mentalities" (Erll 2011b:7).
In their training study, they find a symmetrical transfer from FB to AR and from AR to FB that supports interdependence of the two constructs and isomorphy of the meta-representational process they call into play.
We will find out more about this isomorphy in Section 2 and also give a homological proof of the bornologicity of s[[??].sub.[pi]]s'.
Vocalizations were grouped according to duration, frequency, and graphic isomorphy. The following information was obtained for each vocalization: duration, frequency (maximum and minimum), behavioral context in which the sound was emitted, and details of the sound sequence in which the vocalization was immersed.
123-124, criticizes Amheim's views: "As the laws of symmetry are nothing other than the structural laws of the construction of matter and therefore also of organisms, it can naturally be debated whether or not there exists an isomorphy between the laws of symmetry of one's own formation (in works of art, for example) and the laws of symmetry of the nervous substratum.
(1995) suggested that the lower developmental thresholds of all developmental stages of an insect species should be constant, which was referred to as the rate isomorphy hypothesis by Jaroslk et al.
The first represents a lack of ontogenetic changes in size or shape of a vegetative metamer (isomorphy), the second gradual changes in size and/or shape of varying degrees (allomorphy), and the last an abrupt change in form (metamorphosis).
Bochenski's "isomorphy" (which has its origins in B.
In these circles no one seems to have considered the huge difference on questions of isomorphy between Metzinger on the one hand and figures like Ladyman and Ross on the other, though the former views our access to reality as basically a hallucination, while the latter see no problem at all with accessing the structure of the world mathematically.
The existence of the same interaction across many separate levels implies that the isomorphy is actually as fundamental and real, perhaps more fundamental and real than the parts at different scales of magnitude that exhibit the relationship.
The exploration includes: Smarandache; isotopy and isomorphy classes, Smarandache f, g principal isotopes and G-Smarandache loops.
Because of the isomorphy between complex and real q-matrices, corresponding results for real q-matrices can be directly copied from the case of complex q-matrices and are deleted here.