# Theoretical

## Meanings and phrases

adj.

- concerned primarily with theories or hypotheses rather than practical considerations; theoretic
- concerned with theories rather than their practical applications

n.

- a hypothetical description of a complex entity or process; model; framework

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- He is author of several books on theoretical physics.
- Studied theoretical physics and applied mathematics, B.A.
- This Academy awards the Pekar Prize in theoretical physics.

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- Sadiq was a close friend of Russian theoretical physicist Nikolay Bogolyubov.
- He was a student of the eminent Indian theoretical physicist Satyendra Nath Bose.
- Ashoke Sen is an Indian theoretical physicist whose main area of work is string theory.

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- Zhou's theoretical work focuses on particle physics.
- It was later expanded upon in the theoretical work of Peter Kropotkin.
- His theoretical work on the form of seismograms and their application ("e.g.

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- He also aimed to locate the attacks on India within a wider theoretical framework.
- Lambda calculus provides a theoretical framework for describing functions and their evaluation.
- In this theoretical framework, diffusion is due to fluctuations whose dimensions range from the molecular scale to the macroscopic scale.

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- Sponge functions have both theoretical and practical uses.
- Its fields can be divided into theoretical and practical disciplines.

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- In theoretical computer science, such tasks are called computational problems.
- Lindenstrauss was married to theoretical computer scientist Naomi Lindenstrauss.
- in theoretical computer science, information technologies and artificial intelligence.

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- Also, game theory provides a theoretical basis to the field of multi-agent systems.
- Charles Steinmetz and Oliver Heaviside contributed to the theoretical basis of alternating current engineering.
- [Hester's] criticism of our procedure rests primarily on a misunderstanding of the theoretical basis of our approach.

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- In theoretical computer science, such tasks are called computational problems.
- in theoretical computer science, information technologies and artificial intelligence.
- Included within theoretical computer science is the study of algorithms and data structures.

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- Theoretical condensed matter physics involves the use of theoretical models to understand properties of states of matter.
- It also focuses the researcher in formulating hypotheses in a precise and exact manner, whereas theoretical models often stay very vague.
- In theoretical computer science, it provides a way to study functions with multiple arguments in simpler theoretical models which provide only one argument.

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- The research is of theoretical and experimental nature.
- This work stimulated many new theoretical and experimental studies.
- Since the Second World War, both theoretical and experimental fields have advanced at a rapid pace.

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- Sponge functions have both theoretical and practical uses.
- Computational linguistics has both theoretical and applied components.

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- There is currently no accepted theoretical model that would allow cold fusion to occur.
- The 18th-century English philosopher Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon is a theoretical model of Foucault's ideas.
- Paul Drude in 1900 proposed the first theoretical model for a classical electron moving through a metallic solid.

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- There is still a long way to go from 11% of PCE to theoretical maximum of 20%.
- The blocksize has a maximum of 256 bits, but the keysize has no theoretical maximum.
- The theoretical maximum depth for fish is at about , beyond which they would become hyperosmotic.

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- Indeed, the simplicity of this model makes it tractable for theoretical studies.
- He continued his theoretical studies in the field of growth theory in socialist economy.
- The existence of magnetic fields had been predicted by theoretical studies of black holes.