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reproduce

(rē′prə-do͞os′)
v.
1. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means.
2. To produce a counterpart, an image, or a copy of something.
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Word pictures of music are valuable and necessary, but they cannot compare with the sound pictures which the good sound reproducing machines make available.
In this paper, we apply the reproducing kernel method for solving nonlinear third order differential equations that have been extracted from some Black-Scholes option pricing problem.
This is basically a very general discretization method, by applying the theory of reproducing kernels, which allows significant numerical experiments.
A function K: [chi] x [chi] [right arrow] C is a reproducing kernel of H if the following are satisfied.
we say that H is the reproducing kernel Hilbert space and [K.sub.x](y) is the reproducing kernel of H.
Southeast Asia infringed on its copyright, stop it from further reproducing articles and pay damages, the report said.
Sony will attach the logo, "x.v.Color" to allow consumers to acquire an image of "color" and comprehend the message easily, on all products that comply with the "xvYCC" standard, and actively promote it as one of features capable of reproducing color that is closer to nature.
Unlike normal body cells, cancer cells do not stop reproducing after they have doubled 50 or 60 times.
Under this approach, an estimate is made of the current cost of reproducing the historic structure on the site, deducting for any lost value through diminished utility or depreciation.
This disruption in your powers of perception--complicating where the "you" begins and ends--is the current underlying much of Eliasson's work, which not only draws on artistic practices developed in the '60s and '70s by such artists as Turrell and Robert Irwin, but also on recent innovations in cognitive science and technologies for measuring and reproducing the color and strength of light.
For instance, black rockfish usually begin reproducing at about age 6.
However, we passionately share his belief that the secret of life lies in reproducing great experiences.