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isomorph

(ī′sə-môrf′)
n.
An object, organism, or substance exhibiting isomorphism.
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The first hypothesis is that participants in the grid-absent condition should show a speed-up in reasoning across the four isomorphs as their representation of the problem's structure increases in strength, distinctiveness, and stability (Osman, 2004).
This saves them the effort required to transcend their disciplinary focus, worldview, and knowledge to recognize the isomorph.
And the woodworkers were able to start making the isomorphs as well as models of crystals newly studied by Hauy, which are indicated in Table 3 as "developed after 1801, without model drawings.
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.
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.
Here, I attempt to find an A-Z of isomorphs for each of them.
Internal Isomorphs are what I call words which can be cut into 2 or more sections, each with an equal number of letters, and with identical letter patterns with reference to the number and position of repeated letters.
EMERY PAPER, FREE WILL, FULL TOSS, HIGH SEAS, KEEP COOL, PROOF SHEET, ROOT BEER, SEE OFF, STATION MANAGER, SUITING ONESELF, TOOK HEED, YELLOW HAMMER These coined examples were included in my article Designer Isomorphs (WW2001090):
HVs lend themselves to the formation of sets of A, E, I, O, U mutual isomorphs.
Further, GABAG and LETEL are palindromic isomorphs.
In this case, the equivalent of shiftwords is non-crashing isomorphs (see WW73-46).