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- A phenotypic trait, simply trait, or character state is a distinct variant of a phenotypic characteristic of an organism; it may be either inherited or...
- independent random variables. An alternative characterisation of the Wiener process is the so-called Lévy characterisation that says that the Wiener process is...
- which is tied by the connecting factor found in stage two to the issue characterised in stage one. Sometimes this will present little difficulty, though...
- Characterization, when used in materials science, refers to the broad and general process by which a material's structure and properties are probed and...
- In mathematics, a characterization of an object is a set of conditions that, while different from the definition of the object, is logically equivalent...
- characterisation (waste characterization US) is the process by which the composition of different waste streams is analysed. Waste characterisation plays...
- Characterization or characterisation is the representation of persons (or other beings or creatures) in narrative and dramatic works. The term character...
- Menke-Hennekam syndrome is a rare condition characterised by a constellation of lesions mostly involving the brain. The feature of this condition include...
- useful to characterise gameplay as either 2D (largely characterised by the player walking only to the left or right) or 3D (characterised by full movement...
- of aggravated ****ault in some common law-based jurisdictions. It is characterised as a **** crime and has significant overlap with offences referred to...
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