treelike

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj treelike resembling a tree in form and branching structure "arborescent coral found off the coast of Bermuda","dendriform sponges"
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Usage

In literature:

The Gossypium is either herbaceous, shrubby, or treelike, varying in height from three to twenty feet.
"The Story of the Cotton Plant" by Frederick Wilkinson
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In news:

St Elmo's fire is a brushlike or treelike electrical discharge around an object in the atmosphere, often accompanied by a bluish glow and a hissing, crackling noise.
Treelike panicles, filled with blue-lilac-ish flowers that remind me of lavender fields on a tree.
Roxy Paine 's 130-foot-long treelike sculpture is made of 10,000 pieces of stainless steel.
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In science:

The advantage of working with ‘n-succesful’ points is that the correlation between two such points, x, y , can be controlled using the treelike structure of circles centered at the two points.
A random walk proof of the Erdos-Taylor conjecture
We will see that there will also be another contribution to the entanglement entropy, coming from the residual singlets left straddling the endpoints after the treelike structures have been resolved.
Infinite Randomness Phases and Entanglement Entropy of the Disordered Golden Chain
This means the treelike structures form twice as fast as the singlets in the AFM phase.
Infinite Randomness Phases and Entanglement Entropy of the Disordered Golden Chain
Brownian motion on spatial trees: annealed law. ρ ◦ φ−1 and PS measurability of the laws PT 0 , and the convergence results of later sections, it will be useful to approximate the spaces T and S by treelike sets with only a finite number of branches.
Hausdorff measure of arcs and Brownian motion on Brownian spatial trees
Lyons, The Ising model and percolation on trees and treelike graphs, Comm.
Strong Spatial Mixing for Binary Markov Random Fields
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