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Synonyms for decompose

Synonyms for decompose

to reduce or become reduced to pieces or components

to become or cause to become rotten or unsound

Synonyms for decompose

separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts

lose a stored charge, magnetic flux, or current

break down

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Rajamani: A decomposition of [alpha]-continuity and [alpha]gs-continuity in topological spaces, Fasciculi Math.
The previous section illustrates how to identify characteristics and coefficients effects in both aggregate and detailed decompositions using normalized regression.
To end this section, it is important to note that the forecast error decompositions as defined either in Equation 5 or in Equation 7 measures the dynamic impact of a temporary shock to the jth variable on variable i.
This paper focuses on decomposition of acid-salts in films prepared from a polymeric supported waterborne emulsion.
If we choose a 1D decomposition ("slices of bread"), then the pth processor is responsible for particles whose x-coordinates lie in the range
Cholesky decomposition, LU decomposition, QR decomposition, rank revealing, numerical rank, singular values, strong rank revealing QR factorization.
Problem decomposition is a primary problem solving method in
Water is recommended for extinguishing peroxide fires since it will provide better cooling which will reduce the rate of peroxide decomposition.
Horizontal decompositions for handling exceptions to functional dependencies.
The value d[alpha]/dt which is called the rate of the decomposition reaction is the tangent to the line at any T value.
The treewidth of a graph G is the minimum width over all possible tree decompositions of G, and it is written as tw (G).
Note the following: (i) when two monoradicals with i and j undecomposed peroxide groups terminate, the formed polymer will contain i+j undecomposed peroxide groups; (ii) diradicals only have an even number of peroxide groups, as they are generated only by propagation of the initiator diradical (with only two peroxide groups), and by combination termination of other diradicals, all of which have an even number of peroxide groups or no peroxide groups; (iii) due to assumption (c), polymeric chains may suffer both sequential decomposition reactions or total decompositions reactions.
Rodger, Directed star decompositions of the complete directed graph, J.
m]} forms the continuous monotonic decompositions of [P.
Other decompositions of the system may lead to a higher quality value.