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isomorph

(ī′sə-môrf′)
n.
An object, organism, or substance exhibiting isomorphism.
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Only the minimum necessary changes in wording were made to the seven premises to make them consistent with the cover story in each of the problem's isomorphs. Each logic table problem appeared by itself on an 8.5 x 11 in.
These diverse disci-plinary names for the same process or structure (isomorph) are syno-nyms for the general systems term.
(This means that the models of the isomorphs indicated in Table 1 were now included.)
The Number of k x k Binary Relations with Isomorphs Included (left column) and Excluded (second column) k Number Labeled Number Unlabeled 1 2 2 2 16 7 3 512 36 4 65,536 317 5 3.4e7 5624 6 6.9e10 251,610 7 5.6e14 33,642,660 Eliminating isomorphs is beneficial for models and nonmodels alike.
"Psychological Differences Among Problem Isomorphs. In N.
Samples from New Brunswick and southern California (Ventura County) were also included to yield reference alleles ensuring that isomorphs were identified as in Preziosi and Fairbairn (1992).
On the other hand, the two approaches are not--as some people would imply--simply isomorphs with disparate terminology.
Words with identical repeated letter patterns are called "isomorphic." A good example of a pair of isomorphs are the words SWEETHEART and BLOODHOUND.
Recently, a new class of synthetic crystals based on langasite--a lanthanum-galliumsilicate--and its isomorphs, langanite and langatate, have exhibited properties that could make them useful substitutes for quartz in many applications.
Isomorphs are words having the same letter pattern with no crashing letters.
With 3 repeated letters, ROSS ECKLER has few isomorphs; they are not mutual isomorphs.
This makes them ideal candidates for which to find isomorphs, words with the same letter pattern and no crashing letters.