• WordNet 3.6
    • v miniaturise design or construct on a smaller scale
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In science:

The miniaturisation of computing devices has seen computing devices become increasingly pervasive in society.
Content Sharing for Mobile Devices
In order to bypass these limitations, the TMA technology collects and aggregates miniaturised biological samples into a gridlike receiver block, to support the high-throughput investigation of some phenomenon at the macroscopic level (e.g. evolution of cancers). The overall process is presented in Fig. 1.
Mass data exploration in oncology: An information synthesis approach
This credit-card-sized board has been somewhat miniaturised from the prototype and the two production cards already manufactured are in use for the full system tests.
CALICE Report to the DESY Physics Research Committee
Experimental progresses in the miniaturisation of electronic devices have made routinely available in the laboratory small electronic systems, on the micron or sub-micron scale, which at low temperature are sufficiently well isolated from their environment to be considered as fully coherent.
Many-Body Physics and Quantum Chaos
While this is quite adequate for most common MEMS, such as the Tang Resonator where the system is designed to eliminate any minor defects caused by the manufacturing process, some more advanced devices may be quite susceptible to defects as may present designs if miniaturisation is to take place.
Defective beams in MEMS: a model of non-ideal rods using a Cosserat approach for component level modelling
In a following paper we show how these results can be used to prove a miniaturisation of the infinite Ramsey Theorem.
Partitioning $\alpha$-large sets for $\alpha<\varepsilon_{\omega}$
This last corollary will be useful to prove a miniaturisation of the infinite Ramsey Theorem.
Partitioning $\alpha$-large sets for $\alpha<\varepsilon_{\omega}$