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- adj. Describing a mineral, in an igneous rock, that is bounded by its own crystal face; euhedral, idiomorphic
- adj. Describing a number whose square ends in the number itself; circular
- adj. Of or pertaining to automorphy or an automorphism
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Patterned after one's self.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Framed or conceived after the pattern or form of one's self.
- In mathematics, characterized by automorphism. See automorphism, 2.
- Same as idiomorphic.
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Structurally, the problem is this: - We have an algebra of observables together with an automorphic action of time evolutions on it (and possibly some symmetry groups).
I am not one to judge, but I would assume that Andy Schlafly doesn't understand what automorphic forms are, what the FL says, or have any standing to comment on a mathematical proof.
That got me slightly worried, so I asked whether they were understandable if you didn't know what an automorphic form was.
Her efforts combined tools as diverse as hyperbolic geometry, classical methods of automorphic forms and symplectic reduction to obtain results on three different mathematical questions.
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