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Done at the scale of an entire brain, the effort constitutes a complete wiring diagram, or the connectome.
These diagrams involve vast, tedious computations that are hard to carry out with precision as particle collisions grow more complex.
In the diagram to the right, the arrows indicate which tastes work to counterbalance one another.
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This last game will put you in a Conway frame of mind — you’ll be doodling little diagrams and creating different structures, just as he did with his Sprouts game and the Game of Life.
The late Robert May, a pioneering physicist turned ecologist, helped launch the field of chaos theory when he discovered that an equation used to model the population growth of insects produced a bifurcation diagram.
In diagramming anything Flint could come to be certain that he had been a slow one.
The task of diagramming a territory for invasion is one after Henry H. Rogers' own heart.
FRENZIED FINANCETHOMAS W. LAWSON
A little diagramming will prove that the U-boat must be almost directly in line of its hoped-for victim if it is to score a hit.
THE VICTORY AT SEAWILLIAM SOWDEN SIMS
He got out of real work by inventing useless activities for his pupils, such as the "tree-diagramming system."
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