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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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This is why it is so important to determine the anisotropy parameter, because it can be used to pin down the distribution of dark matter in this galaxy, which in turn depends on the nature of dark matter itself.
By revealing essential reservoir facies and rock property information, a new Anisotropic Inversion capability within GeoSoftwares Jason solution improves characterization of reservoirs with significant anisotropy and realizes the full value of azimuthal seismic data.
Therefore for building structures made of glulam beams the anisotropy even more strong than for the solid.
In this article, we explore causes of anisotropy in LS carbon fiber-filled materials, present solutions, and highlight a new LS material with isotropic properties being developed by Stratasys Direct Manufacturing, EOS, ALM, and The Boeing Company.
That Cahill admits this measurement of v was successful [4] on the one hand would seem to defy his light speed anisotropy conclusion on the other.
Texture in metals causing anisotropy has been widely discussed.
The main goal of contourlet transform is to encompass curves instead of points, in order to provide for directionality and anisotropy.
In the DTI analysis, the only significant difference between the two study groups was that the anterior right arcuate fasciculus--identified in 13 of 15 CFS patients and in all 14 control subjects in the study --showed significantly higher fractional anisotropy in CFS patients than in control subjects.
The acoustopolarigrams of gneiss, schist and amphibolite cubic samples from the Kola superdeep section (5893-9672 m depth range) with a high level of elastic anisotropy are presented in Figure 4.
They can provide very strong birefringence and, combined with 3D printing, provide a mechanism for spatially varying the orientation of the anisotropy [13].
The DMAE formulation showed, however, a significant effect characterized by increased shear wave velocity in the direction where the mechanical anisotropy of skin showed looseness.