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- structures are determined through structural analysis, which is one of the tasks of structural engineering. The structural elements can be classified as one-dimensional...
- sociology, anthropology, archaeology, history, philosophy and linguistics, structuralism is a general theory of culture and methodology that implies that elements...
- folds. However, on rare occasions, related proteins may evolve to be structurally dissimilar and relatedness can only be inferred by other methods. The...
- Post-structuralism is a term for philosophical, theoretical, and literary forms of theory that both build upon and reject ideas established by structuralism...
- Structural functionalism, or simply functionalism, is "a framework for building theory that sees society as a complex system whose parts work together...
- Structural elements are used in structural analysis to split a complex structure into simple elements. Within a structure, an element cannot be broken...
- ideas to achieve an end that fulfills its functional requirements and is structurally safe when subjected to all the loads it could reasonably be expected...
- lender is structurally subordinated to a lender who lent money to a subsidiary of the parent. The lender to the subsidiary is structurally senior, and...
- PMID 19169452. Fernández A, Scott R (September 2003). "Dehydron: a structurally encoded signal for protein interaction". Biophysical Journal. 85 (3):...
- system with fixed points or periodic orbits could have been structurally stable. Weakly structurally stable systems form an open set in X1(G), but it is unknown...