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  • noun Attributive form of closed form

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Examples

  • And while some works were massive, curving closed-form figures reminiscent of the old gods, others were small pieces reminiscent of typical Mexican toys.

    Modern Mexican Sculpture (A Blending of Old World and New World Sensibility)

  • Climate modeling is effective without "solving" the climate system in some closed-form equation.

    Revisiting Popper

  • And while some works were massive, curving closed-form figures reminiscent of the old gods, others were small pieces reminiscent of typical Mexican toys.

    Modern Mexican Sculpture (A Blending of Old World and New World Sensibility)

  • Gulliver was not describing NURBS; he was describing a people with the mistaken belief that there was a closed-form mathematical solution for everything in the world.

    Science Fiction Timeline

  • Unlike ordinary linear regression, a closed-form analytical solution to equation 5 is not possible.

    The Atlantic Hurricane season « Climate Audit

  • In math terms, they are a closed-form solution; lesser artists literally solve the same problems by successive approximation.

    Taste for Makers

  • The closed-form natural mode satisfies the governing equation of the eigenvalue problem of thin plate exactly and is applicable for any types of boundary conditions.

    iMechanica - Comments

  • The closed-form natural mode satisfies the governing equation of the eigenvalue problem of thin plate exactly and is applicable for any types of boundary conditions.

    iMechanica - Comments

  • The closed-form natural mode satisfies the governing equation of the eigenvalue problem of thin plate exactly and is applicable for any types of boundary conditions.

    iMechanica - Comments

  • The closed-form natural mode satisfies the governing equation of the eigenvalue problem of thin plate exactly and is applicable for any types of boundary conditions.

    iMechanica - Comments

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