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ADJ | canonical | more canonical | most canonical | |

SYNO | basic | canonic | canonical | ... |

canonic {adj} | canonical |

Usage Examples English

**Canonical**factor analysis, also called Rao's canonical factoring, is a different method of computing the same model as PCA, which uses the principal axis method.- The difference between non-
**canonical**and canonical Poly(A) Polymerases is that canonical polymerases help in maintaining mRNAs and its activity is regulated by a specific sequence in the mRNA while polyadenylation of non-canonical polymerases uses a different regulated sequence in the RNA and specifies RNAs for degeneration or processing. - This is a list of major churches within the United States which are not in communion with the Assembly of
**Canonical**Orthodox Bishops of the United States of America, and are therefore not recognized as canonical by the worldwide Orthodox Church. - If we reciprocate such a
**canonical**polyhedron about its midsphere, the dual polyhedron will share the same edge-tangency points, and thus will also be canonical. - A union of
**canonical**sets of formulas is itself canonical. It follows from the preceding discussion that any logic axiomatized by a canonical set of formulas is Kripke complete, and compact.

- A
**canonical**link element can get used to define a canonical URL. - GSDMD can be cleaved and activated by inflammatory caspases through both the
**canonical**and non-canonical pyroptotic pathways. - Being related to
**canonical**coordinates, these basic vectors may be called canonical. - See also
**canonical**form for use of the terms canonical form, normal form, or standard form more generally in mathematics. - A collection of
**canonical**and non-canonical stories of the RVB universe.

- Formally, a variety "X" is pseudo-
**canonical**if the canonical class is pseudo-ample. - A
**canonical**isomorphism is a canonical map that is also an isomorphism (i.e., invertible). - that preserve this definition, up to a total differential (exact form), may be called
**canonical**coordinates; transformations between different canonical coordinate systems are known as canonical transformations. - More precisely, there is a notion of
**canonical**DBM; there is a one-to-one relation between canonical DBMs and zones and from each DBM a canonical equivalent DBM can be efficiently computed. - Because the relative
**canonical**model is independent of [...] , most authors simplify the terminology, referring to it as the relative canonical model "of " [...] rather than either the relative canonical model "of " [...] or the canonical blow-up of [...].

- Given a smooth degree [...] hypersurface [...] we can compute its
**canonical**and anti-canonical bundles using the adjunction formula. This reads aswhich is isomorphic to [...].

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