Fracted

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Fracted (Her) Having a part displaced, as if broken; -- said of an ordinary.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • fracted Broken; violated.
    • fracted Specifically, in heraldry, broken asunder. This condition is depicted in different ways: thus, a fesse fracted may be represented as two demi-bars touching at one angle, or as a bar with a piece broken out of the middle and moved away. The blazon must therefore give more than the mere epithet fracted.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adjs Fracted (her.) having a part displaced, as if broken
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. fraccion—L. fraction-emfrangĕre, fractum, to break.

Usage

In literature:

FRACT: frac'tion; frac'tious; fract'ure; infract' (-ion); refract' (-ion, -ory).
"New Word-Analysis" by William Swinton
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In science:

Co., 1992. Harrison, Walter A., Applied quantum mechanics, Singapore ; New Jersey : World Scientific, 1988. Y. C. Huang and P. C. Zou, Theor. & Appl. Fract.
Generalization of Classical Statistical Mechanics to Quantum Mechanics and Stable Property of Condensed Matter
Meerschaert: Stochastic solutions for fractional Cauchy problems, Fract.
Continuous time random walk and parametric subordination in fractional diffusion
Pagnini, The fundamental solution of the space-time fractional diffusion equation, Fract.
Continuous time random walk and parametric subordination in fractional diffusion
Gorenflo, Mellin transform and subordination laws in in fractional diffusion processes, Fract.
Continuous time random walk and parametric subordination in fractional diffusion
Wyss, Evolution, its fractional extension and generalization, Fract.
Continuous time random walk and parametric subordination in fractional diffusion
Luchko, Computation of the MittagLeffler function Eα,β (z ) and its derivative, Fract.
Random numbers from the tails of probability distributions using the transformation method
IOS IFESCU, M. , A very simple proof of a general ization of the Gauss-Kuzmin-LŁvy theorem on continued fract ions, and related questions, Rev. Roumaine Math.
Random Systems with Complete Connections and the Gauss Problem for the Regular Continued Fractions
Pagnini, The fundamental solution of the space-time fractional diffusion equation, Fract.
Subordination Pathways to Fractional Diffusion
Nonnenmacher, Open Problem: Who Knows About the ℵ-Functions?, 〈Fract.
Complex Path Integrals and the Space of Theories
The brightness variations in the inner nebula and jets, as well as the spectral and spatial structure of these regions, yield information on the outflow geometry as well as the fract ion of spin-down energy being channeled into these regions.
Young Neutron Stars and Their Wind Nebulae
In addition, the CMB has a saying about the fract ion of the different fluids filling the Universe.
Geometrical constraints on dark energy models
For large accretion rates above 0.01 of the Eddington rate, AGN feedback is assumed to occur in a “quasar-mode”, where only a small fract ion of the luminosity is thermally coupled to the ICM.
Simulations of AGN feedback in galaxy clusters and groups
Kheyfits (2004) “Closed-form representations of the Lambert function”, Fract.
Quasi-normal frequencies: Key analytic results
For v ∈ R+ , let reg(v) denote the region v belongs to; and let fract(v) denote the fractional part of v .
Weak Alternating Timed Automata
For a transition on a letter (delay, ε), pick a valuation v among these with reg(v) 6= I∞ with a maximal fract(v).
Weak Alternating Timed Automata
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