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homotopic

 [ho″mo-top´ik]
occurring at the same place upon the body.

ho·mo·top·ic

(hō'mō-top'ik), Do not confuse this word with homotropic.
Pertaining to or occurring at the same place or part of the body.
[homo- + G. topos, place]

homotopic

/ho·mo·top·ic/ (-top´ik) occurring at the same place upon the body.

ho·mo·top·ic

(hō'mō-top'ik)
Pertaining to or occurring at the same place or part of the body.
[homo- + G. topos, place]

homotopic

occurring at the same place upon the body.
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Hence, a period span analysis is proposed to study the homotopic process of chaotic attractor.
A result similar to Corollary 9 holds with respect to the notion of homotopic equivalence.
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In topology, this type of changing process is called deformation, and are called homotopic.