Anamorphism

In category theory, the concept of anamorphism (`ana` from the Greek ἀνά = upwards; `morphism` from the Greek μορφή = form, shape) denotes a morphism from a coalgebra to the final coalgebra for that endofunctor. These objects have been applied to functional programming as unfolds. The categorical dual of the anamorphism is the catamor...
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Anamorphism

• (n.) A distorted image. • (n.) A gradual progression from one type to another, generally ascending.
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anamorphism

noun metamorphism that occurs deep under the earth`s surface; changes simple minerals into complex minerals
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Anamorphism

An`a·mor'phism noun [ Greek ... again + ... form.] 1. A distorted image. 2. (Biol.) A gradual progression from one type to another, generally ascending. Huxley.
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anamorphism

anamorphism 1. The evolution of one type of organism from another by a long series of gradual changes (synonym: anamorphosis; evolutionary increase in complexity of form and function). 2. Metamorphism that occurs deep under the earth's surface which changes simple minerals into complex minerals (antonym: katamorphism; at or near the earth's surfac...
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anamorphism

[n] - occurs deep under the earth`s surface
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