multiple fruit


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n multiple fruit fruit consisting of many individual small fruits or drupes derived from separate ovaries within a common receptacle: e.g. blackberry; raspberry; pineapple
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In literature:

Multiplicity is contrasted with unity and fruit with works.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture" by Alexander Maclaren

In science:

Zaslavsky for fruitful discussions and multiple comments on our work.
Random Walks Along the Streets and Canals in Compact Cities: Spectral analysis, Dynamical Modularity, Information, and Statistical Mechanics
We are thankful to the participants of the Optimization and Control for Smart Grids LDRD DR project at Los Alamos and Smart Grid Seminar Series at CNLS/LANL for multiple fruitful discussions.
Voltage Collapse and ODE Approach to Power Flows: Analysis of a Feeder Line with Static Disorder in Consumption/Production
This approach has a long and fruitful history.3 Multiplicative variables do not obey classical central limit theorems but rather exhibit large fluctuations even in the limit of large numbers.
Analytical solution for multivariate statistics in random multiplicative cascades
Ruggero Ferrari for multiple fruitful discussions and to Dr.
Dual oscillators and Quantum Pendulums: spectrum and correlators
The study of multiplicity distributions (MD) is fruitful because they contain in the integrated form all the correlations of the interacting system.
Multiparticle Dynamics 1998: Summary talk