complex body part


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n complex body part a particular complex anatomical part of a living thing "he has good bone structure"
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In literature:

Of course the body plays an immensely important part in the complex story of our existence.
"The Discipline of War" by John Hasloch Potter
The same may be said regarding the innumerable and extremely subtle and complex actions of other parts of the body.
"Browning and the Dramatic Monologue" by S. S. Curry

In news:

"Back in the day," screw machine shops were easily identifiable: focused primarily on turning of high volumes of parts from relatively simple screws and fasteners to more complex hydraulics and pneumatic valves and bodies.
While researchers experiment with delivery of targeted doses of drugs to different parts of the body, supply chain professionals can be vexed by the complex system of delivering supplies and drugs from manufacturers to patients.

In science:

This effect can be calculated explicitly for the two-body ¯KN system, by comparing the bound state solution of the real part of the potential with the resonance structure observed in the scattering amplitude with original complex potential.
Chiral SU(3) dynamics and the quasibound K^-pp cluster
The complexity of the model, even when applied to the simple situation adopted here, may be part of the reason why there is not a larger body of research using it—along with the questions about the physical basis of the model, discussed in Sec. 1.
Slip or not slip? A methodical examination of the interface formation model using two-dimensional droplet spreading on a horizontal planar substrate as a prototype system
The complexity of many-body quantum states manifests itself in the connection between different parts of a system in the wave function.
Entanglement evolution after connecting finite to infinite quantum chains
The last part of the proof is completely analogous to the two-body argument, expressing the S-matrix as a pairing, and considering an analogous pairing for the complex exponential solutions.
Inverse problems in N-body scattering