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Exhibiting symmetry; having harmonious or proportionate arrangement of parts; having corresponding parts or relations
well-balanced
{a} proportionate, true
When two halves of an object are mirror images of each other
that can be divided in the middle and be similar (almost or completely identical) halves
having similarity in size, shape, and relative position of corresponding parts
A Symmetrical Wing airfoil is curved on the bottom to the same degree as it is on the top If a line was drawn from the center of the leading edge to the center of the trailing edge the upper and lower halves of the airfoil would be symmetrical This is ideal for aerobatic aircraft and most lift is created by the angle of incidence of the wing to the flight path
opposite sides of the body corresponding with each other; usually refers to muscular development
Equivalence between parts of a thing, which creates a sense of balance and order
(adj ) A quality in which all the features on either side of a point, line, or plane are identical The matching features form balanced, mirror images
[n] having an equal arrangement of forms or shapes on both sides of a central line Example: the human face is symmetrical because it looks the same on the left and right side
If something is symmetrical, it has two halves which are exactly the same, except that one half is the mirror image of the other. the neat rows of perfectly symmetrical windows. + symmetrically sym·met·ri·cal·ly The south garden at Sissinghurst was composed symmetrically. an object or design that is symmetrical has two halves that are exactly the same shape and size   asymmetrical
Having corresponding parts or relations
providing equal speeds in both directions Compare with asymmetrical
Shapes or forms that correspond identically in size, shape, and position on opposite sides of a dividing line or vertical axis
Data transfer where both upstream and downstream data flow occurs at the same speed Beneficial in cases where servers (such as web servers) will be operated, and for which asymmetrical data transfer would be undesirable
Having an equal number of parts in the successive circles of floral organs; said of flowers
formal, mirror-image balance
See Symmetry, 2
layout term
Involving or exhibiting symmetry; proportional in parts; having its parts in due proportion as to dimensions; as, a symmetrical body or building
A formal, mirror-image balance in design or decorating
Having the organs or parts of one side corresponding with those of the other; having the parts in two or more series of organs the same in number; exhibiting a symmetry
{s} balanced, even, proportional, having parts corresponding to one another relative to the whole, identical on both sides
exhibiting symmetry
Having a common measure; commensurable
Having either rotational or plane symmetry
is an even placement of a set of objects, values, or ideas in a sculpture, painting, or environment in order to create balance Example: two objects the same size placed the same distance apart to create balance in a composition (see asymmetrical) (empty) Back to Top - T -
Having a likeness in the form and size of floral organs of the same kind; regular
correspondence in size, shape, and relative position Each of the above shapes is symmetrical since the part of the shape on one side of the arrow is the same as the part of the shape on the other side of the arrow except for its position
exhibiting equivalence or correspondence among constituents of an entity or between different entities
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symmetrical balance
In design, the near or exact matching of left and right sides of a three-dimensional form or a two-dimensional composition
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radially symmetrical
having a symmetrical arrangement of radiating parts about a central point
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Refers to data transmission that is the same speed both upstream and downstream Contrast with asymmetric
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Having the same data signaling rate in both directions
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A term used to explain the normal, rhythmic ac flow of current (transient or dc component = ); the steady state component of any current or fault current calculation
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A real matrix is symmetric if it equals its transpose The eigenvalues of such a matrix are real
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A characteristic of a sample or population which looks the same to the right of the peak as it looks to the left of the peak
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Equal distribution about one or more axes
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For an FIR filter, it is symmetric if h[n] = h[n1 + n0 – n] where n1 is the position of the last filter coefficient and n0 is the position of the first For causal filters this reduces to h[n] = h[N - n] where N + 1 is the total number of taps
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Of a relation R on a set S, such that xRy if and only if yRx for all members x and y of S (that is, if the relation holds between any element and a second, it also holds between the second and the first)
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A data connection is symmetric when upstream and downstream transmission speeds are approximately the same
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Occurring in the same parts on opposite sides of the body (e g , right leg and left leg)
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The same or even speeds in both directions Interference is greater with symmetric signals
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{s} balanced, even, proportional, having parts corresponding to one another relative to the whole, identical on both sides
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having similarity in size, shape, and relative position of corresponding parts
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Refers to data transmission that is the same speed both upstream and downstream Contrast with asymmetric Related terms: Asymmetric, Data, Downstream, Upstream
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A symmetric distribution has the same shape on each side of the median The normal distribution is an example of a symmetric distribution Compare skewed
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a distribution is symmetric if one half is roughly a mirror image of the other
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A data object is said to be symmetric if it has an address mapping across PEs that allows remote memory access On CRAY T3E systems, a data object is symmetric if it has the same address on all PEs
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in a symmetrical manner; "they were symmetrically arranged
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in a symmetrical manner; "they were symmetrically arranged"
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In a symmetrical manner; so as to show symmetry
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in a symmetrical manner, in a balanced manner, proportionally
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