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Theory

Meanings and phrases

theory

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n.
  1. a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world; an organized system of accepted knowledge that applies in a variety of circumstances to explain a specific set of phenomena
  2. a tentative insight into the natural world; a concept that is not yet verified but that if true would explain certain facts or phenomena; hypothesis; possibility
  3. a belief that can guide behavior

Arrhenius theory of dissociation

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n.
  1. (chemistry) theory that describes aqueous solutions in terms of acids (which dissociate to give hydrogen ions) and bases (which dissociate to give hydroxyl ions); the product of an acid and a base is a salt and water; theory of dissociation; theory of electrolytic dissociation

Bohr theory

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n.
  1. (physics) a theory of atomic structure that combined Rutherford's model with the quantum theory; electrons orbiting a nucleus can only be in certain stationary energy states and light is emitted when electrons jump from one energy state to another

Einstein 's general theory of relativity

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n.
  1. a generalization of special relativity to include gravity (based on the principle of equivalence); general relativity; general theory of relativity; general relativity theory

Einstein 's special theory of relativity

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n.
  1. a physical theory of relativity based on the assumption that the speed of light in a vacuum is a constant and the assumption that the laws of physics are invariant in all inertial systems; special relativity; special theory of relativity; special relativity theory

Einstein 's theory of relativity

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that space and time are relative concepts rather than absolute concepts; relativity; theory of relativity; relativity theory

Galois theory

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n.
  1. group theory applied to the solution of algebraic equations

Malthusian theory

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n.
  1. Malthus' theory that population increase would outpace increases in the means of subsistence; Malthusianism

Newton 's theory of gravitation

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that any two particles of matter attract one another with a force directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them; theory of gravitation; theory of gravity; gravitational theory

Ostwald 's theory of indicators

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n.
  1. (chemistry) the theory that all indicators are either weak acids or weak bases in which the color of the ionized form is different from the color before dissociation; theory of indicators

association theory

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n.
  1. (psychology) a theory that association is the basic principle of mental activity; associationism

atomic theory

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n.
  1. a theory of the structure of the atom
  2. (chemistry) any theory in which all matter is composed of tiny discrete finite indivisible indestructible particles; atomism; atomist theory; atomistic theory

atomist theory

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n.
  1. (chemistry) any theory in which all matter is composed of tiny discrete finite indivisible indestructible particles; atomism; atomic theory; atomistic theory

atomistic theory

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n.
  1. (chemistry) any theory in which all matter is composed of tiny discrete finite indivisible indestructible particles; atomism; atomic theory; atomist theory

big bang theory

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n.
  1. (cosmology) the theory that the universe originated sometime between 10 billion and 20 billion years ago from the cataclysmic explosion of a small volume of matter at extremely high density and temperature; big-bang theory

big-bang theory

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n.
  1. (cosmology) the theory that the universe originated sometime between 10 billion and 20 billion years ago from the cataclysmic explosion of a small volume of matter at extremely high density and temperature; big bang theory

cell theory

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n.
  1. (biology) the theory that cells form the fundamental structural and functional units of all living organisms; proposed in 1838 by Matthias Schleiden and by Theodor Schwann; cell doctrine

communication theory

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n.
  1. the discipline that studies the principles of transmiting information and the methods by which it is delivered (as print or radio or television etc.); communications
E.g.
  • In sociology he laid the ground for communication theory.
  • This success is a result of advances in communication theory and low power dissipation design process.
  • Shannon's work on cryptography was even more closely related to his later publications on communication theory.
n.
  1. (cosmology) the theory that the universe maintains a constant average density with matter created to fill the void left by galaxies that are receding from each other; steady state theory

corpuscular theory

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that light is transmitted as a stream of particles; corpuscular theory of light
n.
  1. (physics) the theory that light is transmitted as a stream of particles; corpuscular theory

domino theory

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n.
  1. the political theory that if one nation comes under communist control then neighboring nations will also come under communist control

economic theory

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n.
  1. (economics) a theory of commercial activities (such as the production and consumption of goods)
E.g.
  • He pioneered the economic theory of index numbers.
  • Such a situation runs counter to neo-classical economic theory.
  • Smith laid the foundations of classical free market economic theory.

field theory

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n.
  1. (physics) a theory that explains a physical phenomenon in terms of a field and the manner in which it interacts with matter or with other fields
E.g.
  • He made a series of conjectures on class field theory.
  • This approach is the essence of crystal field theory (CFT).
  • Liouville field theory is associated to the A Cartan matrix.

game theory

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n.
  1. (economics) a theory of competition stated in terms of gains and losses among opposing players; theory of games
E.g.
  • It uses game theory to formalize political theory.
  • It appears in unlikely fields such as game theory.
  • This particular view of game theory has been criticized.
n.
  1. a generalization of special relativity to include gravity (based on the principle of equivalence); general relativity; general theory of relativity; Einstein's general theory of relativity
n.
  1. a generalization of special relativity to include gravity (based on the principle of equivalence); general relativity; general relativity theory; Einstein's general theory of relativity

germ theory

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n.
  1. (medicine) the theory that all contagious diseases are caused by microorganisms
E.g.
  • At the time, the germ theory of disease was very new and far from universally accepted.
  • Using a method valid in immunology before the discovery of germ theory, his work saved many lives.
  • Another important landmark in medicine and biology were the successful efforts to prove the germ theory of disease.

gravitational theory

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that any two particles of matter attract one another with a force directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them; theory of gravitation; theory of gravity; Newton's theory of gravitation

group theory

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n.
  1. the branch of mathematics dealing with groups
E.g.
  • It is, by elementary group theory, injective.
  • Algebraic graph theory has close links with group theory.
  • It is part of the mathematical field known as group theory.

holistic theory

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n.
  1. the theory that the parts of any whole cannot exist and cannot be understood except in their relation to the whole; holism

in theory

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adv.
  1. with regard to fundamentals although not concerning details; in principle; in essence

information theory

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n.
  1. (computer science) a statistical theory dealing with the limits and efficiency of information processing
E.g.
  • It is now a large field of study, part of information theory.
  • The concept of entropy plays a central role in information theory.
  • The 1950s also saw developmental activity based upon information theory.

kinetic theory

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n.
  1. (physics) a theory that gases consist of small particles in random motion; kinetic theory of gases

kinetic theory of gases

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n.
  1. (physics) a theory that gases consist of small particles in random motion; kinetic theory

kinetic theory of heat

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n.
  1. a theory that the temperature of a body increases when kinetic energy increases

philosophical theory

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n.
  1. a doctrine accepted by adherents to a philosophy; philosophical doctrine

plate tectonic theory

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n.
  1. the branch of geology studying the folding and faulting of the earth's crust; tectonics; plate tectonics

political theory

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n.
  1. an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation; political orientation; ideology
E.g.
  • It uses game theory to formalize political theory.
  • Ephorist political theory was, at its core, a liberal one.
  • ("For Mormon theocratic political theory, see" Theodemocracy).

probability theory

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n.
  1. the branch of applied mathematics that deals with probabilities; theory of probability
E.g.
  • This idea is formalized in probability theory by conditioning.
  • It combines classical predicate logic and probability theory (Bayesian inference).
  • In probability theory, the result implies compactness of a tight family of measures.

quantum field theory

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n.
  1. the branch of quantum physics that is concerned with the theory of fields; it was motivated by the question of how an atom radiates light as its electrons jump from excited states
E.g.
  • In quantum field theory n-dimensional integrals of the form appear often.
  • With James Glimm, he founded the subject called constructive quantum field theory.
  • The correlation functions of a quantum field theory describe the scattering of particles.

quantum theory

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n.
  1. (physics) a physical theory that certain properties occur only in discrete amounts (quanta)
E.g.
  • This reflects the nature of measurement in quantum theory.
  • the quantum theory section, below).
  • This corresponds to the entangling of particles in quantum theory.

relativity theory

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that space and time are relative concepts rather than absolute concepts; relativity; theory of relativity; Einstein's theory of relativity

scientific theory

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n.
  1. a theory that explains scientific observations
E.g.
  • For Popper, such statements form the empirical basis of scientific theory.
  • In fact, Popper found that a scientific theory is better if its truth is more "im"probable.
  • In particular, a scientific theory that is falsified remains scientific and can still be used in science.

set theory

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n.
  1. the branch of pure mathematics that deals with the nature and relations of sets
E.g.
  • Axiomatic set theory was at that point not yet formulated.
  • The first development of set theory was a naïve set theory.
n.
  1. a physical theory of relativity based on the assumption that the speed of light in a vacuum is a constant and the assumption that the laws of physics are invariant in all inertial systems; special relativity; special theory of relativity; Einstein's special theory of relativity
n.
  1. a physical theory of relativity based on the assumption that the speed of light in a vacuum is a constant and the assumption that the laws of physics are invariant in all inertial systems; special relativity; special relativity theory; Einstein's special theory of relativity

steady state theory

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n.
  1. (cosmology) the theory that the universe maintains a constant average density with matter created to fill the void left by galaxies that are receding from each other; continuous creation theory

string theory

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n.
  1. (particle physics) a theory that postulates that subatomic particles are one-dimensional strings
E.g.
  • Recently pure spinors have attracted attention in string theory.
  • Indeed, string theory implies that the landscape is very big and diverse.
  • Mathematical aspects of string theory (San Diego, Calif., 1986), 629—646, Adv.

theory of dissociation

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n.
  1. (chemistry) theory that describes aqueous solutions in terms of acids (which dissociate to give hydrogen ions) and bases (which dissociate to give hydroxyl ions); the product of an acid and a base is a salt and water; theory of electrolytic dissociation; Arrhenius theory of dissociation
n.
  1. (chemistry) theory that describes aqueous solutions in terms of acids (which dissociate to give hydrogen ions) and bases (which dissociate to give hydroxyl ions); the product of an acid and a base is a salt and water; theory of dissociation; Arrhenius theory of dissociation

theory of evolution

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n.
  1. (biology) a scientific theory of the origin of species of plants and animals; theory of organic evolution; evolutionism
E.g.
  • Poots is a young earth creationist and rejects the theory of evolution.
  • Naturalistic writers were influenced by the theory of evolution of Charles Darwin.
  • This undoubtedly is the logical final stage in the geopolitical theory of evolution."

theory of games

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n.
  1. (economics) a theory of competition stated in terms of gains and losses among opposing players; game theory

theory of gravitation

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that any two particles of matter attract one another with a force directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them; theory of gravity; gravitational theory; Newton's theory of gravitation

theory of gravity

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that any two particles of matter attract one another with a force directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them; theory of gravitation; gravitational theory; Newton's theory of gravitation

theory of indicators

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n.
  1. (chemistry) the theory that all indicators are either weak acids or weak bases in which the color of the ionized form is different from the color before dissociation; Ostwald's theory of indicators

theory of inheritance

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n.
  1. (biology) a theory of how characteristics of one generation are derived from earlier generations
n.
  1. (biology) a scientific theory of the origin of species of plants and animals; theory of evolution; evolutionism

theory of preformation

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n.
  1. a theory (popular in the 18th century and now discredited) that an individual develops by simple enlargement of a tiny fully formed organism (a homunculus) that exists in the germ cell; preformation

theory of probability

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n.
  1. the branch of applied mathematics that deals with probabilities; probability theory
n.
  1. a theory of evolution holding that evolutionary change in the fossil record came in fits and starts rather than in a steady process of slow change; punctuated equilibrium

theory of relativity

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that space and time are relative concepts rather than absolute concepts; relativity; relativity theory; Einstein's theory of relativity
E.g.
  • Einstein adopted Minkowski's formalism in his 1915 general theory of relativity.
  • This work of Riemann later became fundamental for Einstein's theory of relativity.
  • The universality of physical laws is the underlying principle of the theory of relativity.

undulatory theory

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that light is transmitted as waves; wave theory; wave theory of light

wave theory

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that light is transmitted as waves; undulatory theory; wave theory of light
E.g.
  • But Young was then the only public defender of the wave theory.
  • Much of the behaviour of light can be modelled using classical wave theory.
  • The conceptual gap between the wave theory and selectionism had widened again.

wave theory of light

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n.
  1. (physics) the theory that light is transmitted as waves; wave theory; undulatory theory

music theory

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E.g.
  • Nobutoki taught him music theory in the German tradition.
  • He was professor of music theory, composition and orchestration.
  • It will combine music practice with music theory, leading to M.A.

number theory

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E.g.
  • He has also worked on computational number theory.
  • Factorials have many applications in number theory.
  • In 1947 Dyson published two papers in number theory.

theory and practice

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E.g.
  • Population regulation in theory and practice.
  • Biological control in theory and practice.
  • Democracy has taken a number of forms, both in theory and practice.

conspiracy theory

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  • A conspiracy theory is not simply a conspiracy.
  • Hirasawa has spoken out in favor of the Big Pharma conspiracy theory.
  • An article published by Bloomberg L.P. also debunked the conspiracy theory.

graph theory

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E.g.
  • A simpler statement of the theorem uses graph theory.
  • It draws heavily on graph theory and mathematical logic.
  • Algebraic graph theory has close links with group theory.

general theory

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E.g.
  • A general theory of cookies may be formulated this way.
  • Informally, category theory is a general theory of functions.
  • Thus, "a general theory of economic theories" (1983, p. xxvi).
E.g.
  • Eventually the adelic approach became basic in automorphic representation theory.
  • Beside the structure theory there is also the wide field of representation theory.
  • These techniques are now basic in abstract harmonic analysis and representation theory.

theory suggests

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  • Another theory suggests that Vratnica is some sort of gateway.
  • The theory suggests that such riders would appear as half-man, half-animal.
  • Role theory suggests that role senders provide cues to elicit desired behaviors.

control theory

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E.g.
  • Cognitive load also plays a role in ironic control theory.
  • This was a landmark paper on control theory and mathematics of feedback.
  • Being fairly new, modern control theory has many areas yet to be explored.

critical theory

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E.g.
  • It has been called critical theory in practice.
  • He is known for his expertise on critical theory and philosophy of technology.
  • Engaged theory is one approach within the broader tradition of critical theory.

systems theory

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E.g.
  • Van Schuppen's research interest are in the areas of systems theory and probability.
  • Chapman is a leader in the fields of hierarchy theory, systems theory, and complexity.
  • SDEs can be viewed as a generalization of the dynamical systems theory to models with noise.

evolutionary theory

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E.g.
  • Boas initially broke with evolutionary theory over the issue of kinship.
  • He claimed to provide a new evolutionary theory to replace neo-Darwinism.
  • Her research focussed on using "Drosophila melanogaster" to understand evolutionary theory.

category theory

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E.g.
  • Informally, category theory is a general theory of functions.
  • Automorphism groups appear very naturally in category theory.
  • In 1958 Riguet went to Zurich, working with IBM , studying category theory.

social theory

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E.g.
  • Starr's works have focused on politics, public policy, and social theory.
  • In social theory, abstraction is used as both an ideational and material process.
  • Reichelt has published widely on Marx, on Adorno's social theory and on economic theory.

complexity theory

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E.g.
  • To address this problem, a complexity theory for AI has been proposed.
  • Co-NP In computational complexity theory, co-NP is a complexity class.
  • The Valiant–Vazirani theorem is a theorem in computational complexity theory.

literary theory

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E.g.
  • From 1970, he has taught literary theory at the University.
  • Few examples of their use survive outside texts on literary theory.
  • This fallacy would later be repudiated by theorists from the reader-response school of literary theory.

feminist theory

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E.g.
  • is beneficial to feminist theory, especially in comparison to other religions.
  • Queer theory has been greatly influenced by feminist theory and women's studies.
  • The "male gaze" is feminist theory that was first developed by Laura Mulvey in 1975.

theory states

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E.g.
  • The theory states that a person's cultural worldviews (religion, values, etc.)
  • A theory states the cervical and uterine contractions during orgasm draw semen into the uterus.
  • This theory states that a foundation is shallow if its depth is less than or equal to its width.

new theory

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E.g.
  • The new theory was proposed by Werner Heisenberg.
  • In this last book he puts forward a radical new theory.
  • Significantly, he suggested this new theory was renormalizable.

perturbation theory

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E.g.
  • See k·p perturbation theory for an example.
  • The disadvantage is that perturbation theory is very advanced mathematics.
  • This allowed him to rewrite perturbation theory precisely in the form of diagrams.

theory of mind

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E.g.
  • In other words, is the computational theory of mind correct?
  • Premack and Woodruff's 1978 article "Does the chimpanzee have a theory of mind?"
  • In humans, these cells are involved in social conduct, emotions, judgment, and theory of mind.

legal theory

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E.g.
  • This legal theory is termed the "unfairness doctrine."
  • Historical practice sometimes diverged from legal theory.
  • legal theory) and from public and private international law.

mathematical theory

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E.g.
  • A mathematical theory of quantum cohomology.
  • The resulting mathematical theory is called computable analysis.
  • Crick taught himself the mathematical theory of X-ray crystallography.

theory of value

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E.g.
  • At the core of Scott's vision was "an energy theory of value".
  • They contained his theory of value, which was admired at the time.
  • However, it developed an alternative theory of value and distribution.

learning theory

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E.g.
  • Thorndike contributed arithmetic books based on learning theory.
  • He received his Ph.D. in learning theory from Yale University in 1959.
  • He was a pioneer in computational complexity theory and computational learning theory.

gauge theory

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E.g.
  • of a gauge theory.
  • He also proposed the SU(2) gauge theory of high temperature superconductors (1996).
  • For example, the BRST methods are often applied to gauge theory and quantized general relativity.

model theory

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E.g.
  • These classes are a main subject of study in model theory.
  • Maltsev's first publications were on logic and model theory.
  • In mathematical logic, this is often done in terms of model theory.

s theory

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E.g.
  • Many similarities to Anaximenes's theories are apparent in Plato’s theory.
  • The “CFP” theory was the basis of Brian Josephson’s theory of his Effect (1962).
  • Instead, Croly turned to Alexander Hamilton’s theory of big national government.

s theory

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E.g.
  • Many similarities to Anaximenes's theories are apparent in Plato’s theory.
  • The “CFP” theory was the basis of Brian Josephson’s theory of his Effect (1962).
  • Instead, Croly turned to Alexander Hamilton’s theory of big national government.

another theory

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E.g.
  • Yet another theory puts him into the Popponids family.
  • Taking the native dating as broadly accurate, another theory has emerged.
  • According to another theory, it may connect Ōita directly to the Kumamoto tectonic line.

type theory

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E.g.
  • In type theory, a different kind of statement is known as the axiom of choice.
  • This work was a precursor of a modern formulation in terms of constructive type theory.
  • The definition does work however in type theory and in New Foundations and related systems.

decision theory

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E.g.
  • This anarchic view of decision making contrasts with traditional decision theory.
  • Rabinowicz's areas of expertise include ethics, normativity, decision theory and utilitarianism.
  • He is known for his expertise on epistemology, decision theory, mathematical logic and philosophy of mathematics.

alternative theory

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E.g.
  • However, it developed an alternative theory of value and distribution.
  • An alternative theory says that the land was leased from the archdeacon.
  • An alternative theory is that it refers to another smaller and rounder hill.

developed a theory

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E.g.
  • Aristotle developed a theory of progressive ensoulment.
  • He developed a theory of the "taxon cycle".
  • Tarkovsky developed a theory of cinema that he called "sculpting in time".

choice theory

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E.g.
  • Social choice theory is about voting.
  • Those familiar with both are likely to prefer choice theory, the more modern formulation.
  • Glasser mostly ignores the issues of negative role models and stereotypes in choice theory.

theory is based

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E.g.
  • This theory is based on the Aramaic writing of the name "Gamla" (with an Aleph at the end).
  • This theory is based on the "Gaudavaho", a text composed by Yashovarman's court poet Vakpati.
  • His theory is based directly on the "phenomenal field" personality theory of Combs and Snygg (1949).

theory holds

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E.g.
  • One theory holds that he was the same person as the more famous .
  • One theory holds that higher educated women are more likely to become career women.
  • An alternate stronger theory holds that he was actually buried in the , located in .

developed the theory

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E.g.
  • He developed the theory of cognitive development.
  • Azar developed the theory of protracted social conflict.
  • He developed the theory of color vision.

theory behind

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E.g.
  • He experimented with optical illusions and with the theory behind performance magic.
  • An understanding of the technology involved, and the theory behind it became necessary.
  • The theory behind these refuges is to slow the evolution of resistance to the pesticide.

film theory

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E.g.
  • He also wrote "Sculpting in Time", a book on film theory.
  • In the late 1960s, the concept of genre became a significant part of film theory.
  • Approaches include film theory, ethnography, political economy, and textual analysis.

chaos theory

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E.g.
  • An early proponent of chaos theory was Henri Poincaré.
  • However, in chaos theory, the term is defined more precisely.
  • Researchers have continued to apply chaos theory to psychology.
E.g.
  • Co-NP In computational complexity theory, co-NP is a complexity class.
  • The Valiant–Vazirani theorem is a theorem in computational complexity theory.
  • He was a pioneer in computational complexity theory and computational learning theory.

queer theory

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E.g.
  • She repudiates queer theory as anti-lesbian, anti-feminist, and anti-women.
  • Lesbian feminists and radical feminists have been the most prominent critics of queer theory and queer politics.
  • He has been considered one of Sweden's foremost queer theorists and was influential in introducing queer theory to Sweden.

measure theory

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E.g.
  • This paradoxical result is explained by measure theory as follows.
  • However "null set" is a distinct notion within the context of measure theory.
  • Tightness of measures In mathematics, tightness is a concept in measure theory.
E.g.
  • The psychoanalyst Juliet Mitchell argues that Millett, like many other feminists, misreads Freud and misunderstands the implications of psychoanalytic theory for feminism.
  • A controversy emerged regarding deletion of the concept of neurosis, a mainstream of psychoanalytic theory and therapy but seen as vague and unscientific by the DSM task force.
  • In psychoanalytic theory, there has been the idea of an inner or representational world (proposed by Freud) as well as the internalization of relationships (Fairbairn, Winnicott).

theory and composition

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E.g.
  • As for Sanya, he chooses to pursue his interest in music theory and composition.
  • From 1992 until his death he taught theory and composition at the Tirana Conservatory.
  • From 1951 to 1966, he taught music theory and composition at the Music Academy Warsaw.

functional theory

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E.g.
  • This is where density functional theory comes in.
  • The data for the animation was obtained from density functional theory molecular dynamics computer simulations.
  • The density functional theory (DFT) has been widely used since the 1970s for band structure calculations of variety of solids.

theory does

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E.g.
  • Bem's theory does not seem to fit female homosexuality.
  • Quantum theory does this very successfully."
  • The theory does not regularly arise in the English-language media in Wales.

attachment theory

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E.g.
  • It is an important aspect of general attachment theory.
  • However, when Bowlby developed his attachment theory, cognitive psychology was still at its beginning.
  • The idea of an "environment of evolutionary adaptedness" was first explored as a part of attachment theory by John Bowlby.

relations theory

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E.g.
  • Within international relations theory he is known for this theory of subaltern realism.
  • Salter's research focuses on Critical security studies and International relations theory.
  • Salter teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on international relations theory and geopolitics.

homotopy theory

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E.g.
  • A theme in Barwick's work is the homotopy theory of higher categories.
  • Hopkins' work concentrates on algebraic topology, especially stable homotopy theory.
  • Much of his recent work has concerned equivariant algebraic "K"-theory and equivariant homotopy theory.

classical theory

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  • Value theory was important in classical theory.
  • The classical theory is given below.
  • The classical theory of concepts says that concepts have a definitional structure.

accepted theory

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  • Although the River Continuum Concept is a broadly accepted theory, it is limited in its applicability.
  • Hume opposed the widely accepted theory of Causation that 'all events have a specific course or reason.'
  • The most widely accepted theory is that the modern game of golf originated in Scotland in the High Middle Ages.

theory of quantum

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  • A mathematical theory of quantum cohomology.
  • Linear operators are ubiquitous in the theory of quantum mechanics.
  • A theory of quantum gravity is needed in order to reconcile these differences.

theory proposes

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  • The theory proposes that a number of passages—1 Cor.
  • Another theory proposes the blocking of the signal downstream.
  • The older, “bottom-up” theory proposes that they are built atom-by-atom.
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  • This is where density functional theory comes in.
  • The data for the animation was obtained from density functional theory molecular dynamics computer simulations.
  • The density functional theory (DFT) has been widely used since the 1970s for band structure calculations of variety of solids.

theory based

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  • Role ethics is an ethical theory based on family roles.
  • Anarchist ethics is an ethical theory based on the studies of anarchist thinkers.
  • Critical ethnography Critical ethnography applies a critical theory based approach to ethnography.

theory is not

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  • However, this theory is not universally accepted.
  • A conspiracy theory is not simply a conspiracy.
  • Likewise, an axiomatic set theory is not necessarily consistent: not necessarily free of paradoxes.

history and theory

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  • In 1972, he was appointed professor of music history and theory at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague .
  • It places, or attempts to place, the work in relationship to art history and theory, the art world and the times.
  • While in her twenties Miles studied voice with a private teacher and classical music history and theory at Carleton University in Ottawa.

theory developed

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  • The term was presented in a theory developed by Edward Azar.
  • Protracted social conflicts is a theory developed by Edward Azar.
  • Mises (1912) applied the marginal utility theory developed by Carl Menger to money.

knot theory

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  • knot theory.
  • In 1963, he solved an open problem in knot theory by proving that there are non-invertible knots.
  • In the 1990s and 2000s, his research dealt with knot theory (and its algebras) and quantum groups.

art theory

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  • Cultural interpretation (an art theory of some kind) is therefore constitutive of an object's arthood."
  • It is clear that ‘modernist’ Western art theory rejects these conventions, especially in their trivialized form.
  • In the 1980s, under the rubric of Collins & Milazzo, he co-curated art exhibitions and co-wrote works on art and art theory.

own theory

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  • Rogers' elaboration of his own theory is extensive.
  • Since Lewis did not fully answer that question, Tillyard offers his own theory of poetry.
  • That is why Diamond lands on his own theory of geographical causes for developmental differences.

coding theory

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  • For example, coding theory makes use of matrices over finite fields.
  • The area has further connections to coding theory and geometric combinatorics.
  • There are applications of β-expansions in coding theory and models of quasicrystals (; ).
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