separatrix


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separatrix

(ˈsɛpəˌreɪtrɪks)
n, pl separatrices (ˌsɛpəˈreɪtrɪˌsiːz)
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) another name for solidus1
[via New Latin from Late Latin, feminine of sēparātor one that separates]
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Noun1.separatrix - a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of informationseparatrix - a punctuation mark (/) used to separate related items of information
punctuation mark, punctuation - the marks used to clarify meaning by indicating separation of words into sentences and clauses and phrases
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Consequently the trapped electrons undergo acceleration and bunching process within a separatrix on the phase space of the wakefield.
0] + t[upsilon] is the tangent to the separatrix of the hyperbolic region of the saddle-node.
Equation of separatrix, dividing the field of the system into two areas: the area occupied by electric flux directed from the corona wire to the one of plane electrodes and the area of the flux between plane electrodes was constructed in [8].
And so a notion of the real--which Rosalind Krauss, writing at the time, called "sensuous immediacy" and Dan Graham, speaking of his own pavilions, referred to as the "actual"--became the primary art/architectural separatrix of the era and in fact still haunts the production and reception of pavilions today.
The important question on whether the serpentine acceleration along the separatrix [H.
The gap between the separatrix and filaments defining the coils is everywhere bigger than 140 cm, and there is access for maintenance through ports between the coils (14).
To underscore and revitalize this complexity, what if we began by drawing more attention to the relationship, by replacing the hyphen between German-Jewish with a slash, referencing the history of deconstruction and attempts to ground the meaning of the separatrix in various (and decidedly problematic) claims to truth, stable ontological identity categories, or uncontaminated and discrete histories?