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anisotropy

 [an″i-sot´ro-pe]
the quality of being anisotropic.

anisotropy

/an·isot·ro·py/ (an″i-sot´rah-pe) the quality of being anisotropic.

anisotropy (an´āsôt´rəpē),

n the condition of not having properties or characteristics that are the same in all directions.

anisotropy

the quality of being anisotropic.
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In comparison, these dielectric anisotropies were smaller than literature reported anisotropy of polyimides.
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However, for the anisotropic diffusion problem we consider here, in the case of strong non-grid aligned anisotropies, an exhaustive search leads to the best overall results for the low-caliber interpolation, and therefore we use this strategy in our numerical experiments.
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