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attractor

  • 1 吸引

    attract; draw; fascinate; engage; appeal; grab; beckon; pull; rivet; seduce
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    attract; allure; fascinate; arrest; fetch; magnetize; pull; suction; tempt
    【医】 attraction
    【经】 invitation
    相关词组: 无吸引力的
    吸引力
    吸引人的
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    allure; arrest; attract; fetch; magnetize; pull; suction
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    v. attract, draw, fascinate
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    xi1 yin3
    to attract (interest, investment etc), CL:個, 个
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    吸引
    xī yǐn
    attract; draw; fascinate; appeal to:
    吸引注意力 attract attention;
    吸引外资 attract foreign investment;
    对观众很有吸引力 have a strong appeal to the audience;
    这个小孩被小说的情节吸引住了。 This child was fascinated by the plots in the novel.
    吸引电流 pickup current;
    吸引范围 attraction area;
    吸引力 attraction; alliciency; lure; relish; pazazz; attractive power; gravitation;
    吸引疗法 suction treatment;
    吸引器 aspirator; suction units; suction;
    吸引球 idiosme; {生} attraction sphere;
    吸引区域 domain of attraction;
    吸引势 attractive potential;
    吸引物 attractant; attraction;
    吸引性 attractance;
    吸引引流法 aspiration drainage; suction drainage;
    吸引圆锥 {生} attraction cone;
    吸引子 attractor
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    吸引|吸引 [xī yǐn] to attract (interest, investment etc) CL:↑ |↑ [gè]

    Chinese-English dictionary > 吸引

  • 2 吸引子

    【化】 attractor
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    xi1 yin3 zi5
    attractor (math., dynamical systems)
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    吸引子|吸引子 [xī yǐn zi] attractor (math., dynamical systems)

    Chinese-English dictionary > 吸引子

  • 3 吸引子網絡

    xi1 yin3 zi3 wang3 luo4
    attractor network
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    吸引子網絡|吸引子网络 [xī yǐn zǐ wǎng luò] attractor network

    Chinese-English dictionary > 吸引子網絡

  • 4 吸引子网络

    xi1 yin3 zi3 wang3 luo4
    attractor network
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    吸引子網絡|吸引子网络 [xī yǐn zǐ wǎng luò] attractor network

    Chinese-English dictionary > 吸引子网络

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Attractor — At*tract or ([a^]t*tr[a^]kt [ e]r), n. One who, or that which, attracts. Sir T. Browne [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Attractor — For other uses, see Attractor (disambiguation). Visual representation of a strange attractor An attractor is a set towards which a dynamical system evolves over time. That is, points that get close enough to the attractor remain close even if… …   Wikipedia

  • attractor — In non linear dynamic series, an attractor defines the equilibrium level of the system. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary See: point attractor, limit cycles, and strange attractor. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …   Financial and business terms

  • attractor — noun 1. an entertainer who attracts large audiences he was the biggest drawing card they had • Syn: ↑drawing card, ↑draw, ↑attraction, ↑attracter • Derivationally related forms: ↑attract ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • attractor — 1) fish attractor (any structure placed in the water to create habitat for fishes) 2) a type of fly that is very effective but has little resemblance to a natural food item, usually very flashy and large …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • attractor — noun A set of points or states to which a dynamical system evolves after a long enough time. That is, points that get close enough to the attractor remain close even if slightly disturbed. See Also: basin of attraction, fixed point …   Wiktionary

  • attractor — attract ► VERB 1) draw in by offering something interesting or advantageous. 2) cause (a specified reaction). 3) (often be attracted to) cause to have a liking for or interest in. 4) draw (something) closer by exerting a force. DERIVATIVES… …   English terms dictionary

  • attractor — noun see attract …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • attractor — /euh trak teuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that attracts. 2. Physics. a state or behavior toward which a dynamic system tends to evolve, represented as a point or orbit in the system s phase space. [1645 55] * * * …   Universalium

  • attractor — at·trac·tor …   English syllables

  • attractor epimeralis muscle — (ARTHROPODA: Crustacea) In Decapoda, a prominent muscle inserting along the line of the brachiocardiac groove …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

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