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Emmet'in teorisini sınamadan önce, iç simetri kavramını aydınlığa kavuşturmalıyız. - Before we examine Emmet's theory, we must clarify the concept of 'internal symmetry.'

Kafadanbacaklılar, dokunaçlar ve bilateral vücut simetrisi ile tanımlanan deniz hayvanlarıdırlar. - Cephalopods are marine animals characterised by tentacles and bilateral body symmetry.

(Tıp) Simetri, iki eşit kısmaayrılabilme hali
tenasüp ve intizam
{i} uyum
{i} ahenk
symmetry class
simetri sınıfı
symmetry numbers
simetri sayıları, bakışım sayıları
symmetry axis
bakışım ekseni
symmetry element
(Kimya) simetri eleman
symmetry groups
simetri gruplar
symmetry number
simetri sayısı
symmetry numbers
(Fizik) bakışım sayıları
symmetry numbers
(Fizik) simetri sayıları
symmetry operation
(Kimya) simetri işlemi
(Fizik) simetri 
cyclic symmetry
(Bilgisayar) çevrimsel bakışımlılık
mirror symmetry
ayna görüntüsü
radial symmetry
radyal simetri
axial symmetry
eksenel simetri
axis of symmetry
simetri ekseni
bilateral symmetry
iki taraflı simetri
central symmetry
merkezi simetri
centre of symmetry
simetri merkezi
class of symmetry operations
simetri işlemleri sınıfı
complementary symmetry
eşlenik simetri
crystal symmetry
kristal simetrisi
line symmetry
çizgi simetrisi
mirror symmetry
ayna simetrisi
simetrik olarak
equilibration, evenness, symmetry
denge, huzur, simetri
plane of symmetry
simetri düzlemi, bakışım düzlemi
axial symmetry
(Matematik) eksene göre simetri
axial symmetry
(Bilgisayar,Matematik) eksenel bakışım
bilateral symmetry
(Biyoloji,Teknik) iki yanlı bakışım
central symmetry
(Matematik) özeksel bakışım
complementary symmetry
eşlenik bakışım
cyclic symmetry
cevrimsel bakisimlilik
pentameral symmetry
beşkenarlı simetri
plane of symmetry
simetri düzlemi
radial symmetry
işınsal simetri
simetrik bir biçimde
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Exact correspondence on either side of a dividing line, plane, center or axis
The satisfying arrangement of a balanced distribution of the elements of a whole
relative proportion and harmony
{n} proportion, harmony, good temper
Two halves which match perfectly
a regular, balanced form, or arrangement on opposite sides of a line or plane, or around a center or axis 1
a figure has symmetry if it can be folded along a line so that the two resulting parts match exactly
Equality in the number of parts of the successive circles in a flower
(physics) the property of being isotropic; having the same value when measured in different directions
Conventional crossword puzzles are usually based on a symmetrical Grid 180 degree symmetry (the grid looks the same after a half turn) is the most common, but 90 degree symmetry (the grid looks the same after a quarter turn) also appears
The law of likeness; similarity of structure; regularity in form and arrangement; orderly and similar distribution of parts, such that an animal may be divided into parts which are structurally symmetrical
Symmetry in a relationship or agreement is the fact of both sides giving and receiving an equal amount. The superpowers pledged to maintain symmetry in their arms shipments. In geometry, the property by which the sides of a figure or object reflect each other across a line (axis of symmetry) or surface; in biology, the orderly repetition of parts of an animal or plant; in chemistry, a fundamental property of orderly arrangements of atoms in molecules or crystals; in physics, a concept of balance illustrated by such fundamental laws as the third of Newton's laws of motion. Symmetry in nature underlies one of the most fundamental concepts of beauty. It connotes balance, order, and thus, to some, a type of divine principle
(mathematics) an attribute of a shape or relation; exact correspondence of form on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane balance among the parts of something
a Gestalt perceptual principle stating that similar or identical objects seen on either side of a possible axis of rotation are more likely to be seen as a group
an arrangement or balanced design in which similar or identical elements have been organized in comparable order on either side of an axis
the concept of being a mirror -- " line m is a line of symmetry " (255)
Likeness in the form and size of floral organs of the same kind; regularity
A relationship of characteristic correspondence, equivalence, or identity among constituents of an entity or between different entities
head and shoulders tops and bottoms often exhibit symmetry in their formation If a pattern has two left shoulders, it may be expected to have to right shoulders This is especially true of large capital stocks that form patterns over the course of a year Further, in the case of long term patterns, one may expect symmetry in the period of formation of a right shoulder to an extent similar to that of the left shoulder Thus if a left shoulder took six months to form, one might expect the right shoulder to take a similar period However, there is no rule that symmetry shall apply Symmetry is merely a presumption
A symmetry of a shape S in the plane or space is a rigid motion T that takes S onto itself (T(S) = S) For example, reflection through a diagonal and a rotation through a right angle about the center are both symmetries of the square
{i} exact correspondence between parts on either side of a central line; proportion, balance between the parts of something
The correspondence in size, form, or arrangement of parts on a plane or line In line symmetry, each point on one side of the line has a corresponding point on the opposite side of the line (picture a butterfly, with wings that are identical on either side) Plane symmetry refers to similar figures being repeated at different but regular locations on the plane (cfSymmetry in Tessellations Discussion)
– correspondence of opposite parts in size, shape, position, etc An operation has symmetry if performing it leaves an object unchanged
A diamond's symmetry is the arrangement of the facets and finished angles, created by the diamond cutter Excellent symmetry of a well-cut and well-proportioned diamond can have a great effect on the diamond's brilliance and fire Grading reports will often state the diamond's symmetry in terms Excellent, Very good, Good, Fair, or Poor
(mathematics) an attribute of a shape or relation; exact correspondence of form on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane
A due proportion of the several parts of a body to each other; adaptation of the form or dimensions of the several parts of a thing to each other; the union and conformity of the members of a work to the whole
An arrangement in which various elements are so arranged as to parallel one another on either side of an axis
is the correspondence in size, shape and relative position of parts on opposite sides of a dividing line or median plane
Exact correspondence of form and constituent configuration on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane or about a center or an axis Beauty as a result of balance or harmonious arrangement
A line that divides an object into two equal parts The bob has a symmetric movement
Something that has symmetry is symmetrical in shape, design, or structure. the incredible beauty and symmetry of a snowflake I loved the house because it had perfect symmetry
Invariance of equations of motion under changes in condition
balance among the parts of something
a type of design where one side exactly duplicates the other An 8-pointed star block is symmetrical because no matter how you rotate it, it looks the same Churn Dash is another example of a symmetrical block
Symmetry is defined as the ratio of amount of time the voltage is in the logic "1" state compared to the time in the logic "0" state The measurements are taken at the 50% points of the voltage transition between the two logic states
Correspondence of Congruent Components about a Plane or Axis
A condition in which a feature or features are symmetrically disposed about the centerplane of a datum feature
description of how the asymmetric units are arranged in the unit cell by rotation and translation operators The symmetry operators are expressed in coordinate frame of the lattice and thus may not be orthogonal and are not in cartesian coordinates (Ã…) The translations are expressed as fractions of a unit cell axial length Application of these operators to molecular coordinates must also be in the frame of fractional coordinates
The measure of a meter's ability to provide corresponding indication on each side of zero when the polarity of the applied energy is reversed Symmetry error is customarily expressed as a percentage of actual full scale value
The ratio of the positive portion of the output signal to the entire period of the output signal This applies only to rectangular wave outputs The voltage at which to measure the symmetry is 1 4v for TTL and 50% of supply voltage for CMOS/HCMOS Other rectangular output formats should include a voltage at which to measure symmetry (MIL-PRF-55310D, 4 8 23, 6 4 7)
CPT symmetry
the fundamental symmetry of physical laws under transformations that involve the simultaneous inversions of charge, parity and time
Lorentz symmetry
the invariance of the laws of physics under the Lorentz transformation
axis of symmetry
Any of one or more lines about which a geometric figure is symmetric
bilateral symmetry
the characteristic, in animals, of being symmetric about a plane running from head to tail
bilateral symmetry
the property of being symmetrical about a vertical plane
centre of symmetry
A point, within an object or figure, through which any straight line also passes through two points on the edge of the figure at the same distance from the centre but on opposite sides
information symmetry
A condition in which all relevant information is known to all parties involved. For example, in the stock market, stock information has a full public disclosure, and all investors are in the same position to share information. Abbreviation: infmetry
orbital symmetry
the properties of an atomic orbital or molecular orbital that characterize its symmetry; especially those properties that are conserved in a chemical reaction
The state of being skew-symmetric
axis of symmetry
imaginary line which divides a figure into two equal parts
bilateral symmetry
Symmetrical arrangement, as of an organism or a body part, along a central axis, so that the body is divided into equivalent right and left halves by only one plane
radial symmetry
Symmetrical arrangement of constituents, especially of radiating parts, about a central point.radially symmetrical adj
radial symmetry
the property of symmetry about an axis; "the starfish illustrates radial symmetry
in a symmetrical manner; "they were symmetrically arranged"
in a symmetrical manner, in a balanced manner, proportionally
In a symmetrical manner; so as to show symmetry
in a symmetrical manner; "they were symmetrically arranged