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lat·tice

(lat'is),
A regular arrangement of units into an array such that a plane passing through two units of a particular type or in a particular interrelationship will pass through an indefinite number of such units (for example, the atom arrangement in a crystal).
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lattice

An MRI term for the thermomagnetic environment in which spinning nuclei exchange energy during longitudinal (T1) relaxation.
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lattice

(lăt′ĭs)
1. A network or framework formed by structures intertwined usually at right angles with each other.
2. In physics, the arrangement of atoms in a crystal.
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In another instant she was back at the lattice, and with renewed fury was clawing at the aperture, but with lessened effect, since the wounded member was almost useless.
Her meat lay before her, and Sabor had only to worm her way through the lattice to claim it.
He saw the lattice giving to the frantic clawing of the hyenas.
Beneath the buffetings of the powerful bodies, the lattice sagged inward, until, with a crash it gave way, letting the carnivora in upon the boy.
With patient courage, strengthened by the interval which she had employed in mental devotion, Rebecca again took post at the lattice, sheltering herself, however, so as not to be visible from beneath.
She turned her head from the lattice, as if unable longer to endure a sight so terrible.
The weights [w.sub.[alpha]] in (3) will depend on the choice of lattice. Here two sets of velocity lattices will be adopted, that is, discrete velocities (0, [+ or -] 1, [+ or -] 2) derived by Qian and Zhou [25] and (0, [+ or -] 1, [+ or -] 3) derived by Chikatamarla and Karlin [26].
Following [4-6], we carried out calculations for the square lattices with [sigma] = 0.263, 0.186, 0.131, 0.093, and 0.066, where [sigma] is in units of the ideal band width.
Weber investigates a class of particular elements in Archimedean vector lattices that originated from and are closely related to continuous functions with compact support on a topological non-compact Hausdorf space.
Throughout this paper X, Y will denote Banach spaces, and E, F will denote Banach lattices. The positive cone of E will be denoted by [E.sup.+].
Generalized one-sided concept lattices represent a generalization of the classical concept lattices convenient for analysis of object-attribute models with different types of attributes.