Self-similarity

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  • Essay On Plasma Collisionality

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    removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) 12 (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) For potential fluctuations, on the other hand, no trend in the intermittency level and collisionality is observed, and the intermittency level remains low, indicating self-similar fluctuation statistics, in accordance with Refs. (-- removed HTML --) 13 (-- removed HTML --) , (-- removed HTML --) 14 (-- removed HTML --) , (-- removed HTML --) 44 (-- removed HTML --) , and (-- removed HTML --) 45 (-- removed HTML --)

  • Difference Between The Lottery And Fortunato

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    be avoided and convinces people to slaughter each other for a better crop. Given these points, the major difference between Fortunato and The Lottery can be described in their characteristics. The two antagonist’s, Fortunato and The Lottery have similarities in their involvement in death and the effect they had on the protagonist. In both short stories, “The Cask of Amontillado,” and “The Lottery,” the two antagonists push the opposing characters to extreme behaviors. In “The Lottery,” the townspeople

  • Analysis Of ' The Outsiders ' By Ins.e Hinton

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    Dally are similar because they both have abusive parents that do not care about them and place very little value on their lives. Yet despite these similarities is that Johnny Follows the rules and Dally breaks the law on purpose and when the church burnt down johnny went to help but dally did not. Johnny and dally both have one very significant Similarity which is, That they both have abusive parents that do not care about them. Dally’s parents are the reason why he is what he is today ,because they

  • The Diary Of A Young Girl By Roberto Benigni

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    from the Holocaust. In the movie, it explains Guido´s experience of the Holocaust and how he had to protect his son during the event. Throughout their experiences, Anne and Guido have many differences and similarities. In both the book and the movie, Anne and Guido demonstrate their similarities in how they are nervous, how they comfort someone and how they both have hope. Although they are very similar, Anne and Guido have differences as well. For example, their personalities are different, their

  • The Character of Mademoiselle Reisz in The Awakening Essay

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    Awakening    "She was a disagreeable little woman, no longer young, who had quarreled with almost everyone, owing to a temper which was self-assertive and a disposition to trample upon the rights of others." (25) This is how Kate Chopin introduces the character of Mademoiselle Reisz into her novel, The Awakening. A character who, because of the similarities she shares with Madame Pontellier, could represent the path Madame Pontellier’s life may have taken, had she survived old age. Mademoiselle

  • The Well Known Phrase Of Love

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    boy and she goes on to tell us the real reason why she doesn’t want to let Oberon have the Indian boy. We witness Toms attitude towards women which during the conversation Tom cuts off any women speaking because he doesn’t want to hear it. A clear similarity is shown throughout their actions like how George is attempting to treat Myrtle like an object and Tom having no respect for women and thinking their conversation is a waste of time by cutting them off. both situation in the chapter where they committed

  • Holden Caulfield, from J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye

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    between them has to do with socio-economics, and how different their childhoods were. A main similarity between the two is that they push things away, because they are afraid of getting attached to anything. Another similarity is that they are both very intelligent young men, but are not necessarily good in school. Even though Holden and Will grew up in almost opposite conditions, they have many similarities when it comes to their personalities. Socio-economics is one of the main differences between

  • Meg Murry Should Be Granted Summary Judgment

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    MEG MURRY SHOULD BE GRANTED SUMMARY JUDGMENT BECAUSE THE DISCERNING OBSERVER TEST DEMONSTRATES THAT THERE ARE NO SUBSTANTIAL SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE PROTECTIBLE ELEMENTS OF THE TWO BOOKS. A motion for summary judgment is granted when the similarities concern only non-copyrightable elements of an allegedly infringed work or when no reasonable trier of fact could find the works substantially similar. Boisson v. Banian, Ltd., 273 F.3d 273 (2d Cir. 2001); Castle Rock Entm 't, Inc. v. Carol Publ 'g Grp

  • Video Gaming And Its Impact On Society

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    Over the years, video gaming has become more and more popular and has started to become something integrated in with society instead of being cast out of it. It has breached the generational gap, joining the ranks of sports, movies, and other activities that people of all ages can enjoy. Speaking of sports, gaming has spread its wings there as well, officially being dubbed esports or electronic sports, gathering players from all over the globe and competing for trophies and cash prizes. Two of the

  • Example Of Isolation In Frankenstein

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    Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, illustrates an interesting story focusing in on many different themes, but what most readers may miss, is the similarities between Victor Frankenstein and the creature he created. As the story develops, one may pick up on these similarities more and more. This is portrayed through their feelings of isolation, thirst for revenge, their bold attempt to play god, and also their hunger to obtain knowledge. These are all displayed through a series of both the actions and the

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