### Lattice

A framework of crossed wood or metal strips.
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### lattice

A regular array of ions or atoms.
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### lattice

The arrangement of atoms in a crystal, giving each crystal its distinct shape.
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### Lattice

• (n.) Any work of wood or metal, made by crossing laths, or thin strips, and forming a network; as, the lattice of a window; -- called also latticework. • (v. i.) To close, as an opening, with latticework; to furnish with a lattice; as, to lattice a window. • (n.) The representation of a piece of latticework used as a bearing, the b...
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### lattice

<microscopy> An orderly arrangement of atoms in a material, usually thought of as an infinite series of cells forming a latticework of atoms in 3-dimensions. ... (05 Aug 1998) ...
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### Lattice

- An open framework of criss-crossed wood or metal strips that form regular, patterned spaces.
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### lattice

latticework noun framework consisting of an ornamental design made of strips of wood or metal
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### Lattice

[discrete subgroup] In Lie theory and related areas of mathematics, a lattice in a locally compact topological group is a discrete subgroup with the property that the quotient space has finite invariant measure. In the special case of subgroups of Rn, this amounts to the usual geometric notion of a lattice, and both the algebraic structure ...
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### Lattice

[group] ==Lattice points in convex sets== Minkowski`s theorem relates the number d(Λ) and the volume of a symmetric convex set S to the number of lattice points contained in S. The number of lattice points contained in a polytope all of whose vertices are elements of the lattice is described by the polytope`s Ehrhart polynomial. Formulas f...
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### Lattice

[module] In mathematics, in the field of ring theory, a lattice is a module over a ring which is embedded in a vector space over a field, giving an algebraic generalisation of the way a lattice group is embedded in a real vector space. Let R be an integral domain with field of fractions K. An R-module M is a lattice in the K-vector space V ...
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### Lattice

[music] In musical tuning, a lattice `is a way of modeling the tuning relationships in a just intonation system. It is an array of points in a periodic multidimensional pattern. Each point on the lattice corresponds to a ratio (i.e., a pitch, or an interval with respect to some other point on the lattice). The lattice can be two-, three-, o...
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### Lattice

[order] In mathematics, a lattice is a partially ordered set in which every two elements have a supremum (also called a least upper bound or join) and an infimum (also called a greatest lower bound or meet). An example is given by the natural numbers, partially ordered by divisibility, for which the supremum is the least common multiple and...
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### Lattice

[pastry] Lattice pastry is a pastry used in a criss-crossing pattern of strips in the preparation of various foods. Latticed pastry is used as a type of lid on many various tarts and pies. The openings between the lattice allows fruit juices in pie fillings to evaporate during the cooking process, which can caramelize the filling. ...
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### Lattice

[tuning] Image to display use of the word `Soccer` in a school in Victoria, Australia. The word `Football` refers to the ball used in Australian football, the more popular football code there. The photograph is my own work. ...
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### Lattice

Lat'tice intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Latticed ; present participle & verbal noun Latticing .] 1. To make a lattice of; as, to lattice timbers. 2. To close, as an opening, with latticework; to f...
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### Lattice

Lat'tice noun [ Middle English latis , French lattis lathwork, from latte lath. See Latten , 1st Lath .] 1. Any work of wood or metal, made by crossing laths, or thin strips, and forming a network; as, the lattice of a window; -- called also latti...
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### Lattice

A lattice is a framework of laths crossed diagonally so as to form a net-like structure to be used as a screen or door.
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### lattice

A regular arrangement of points in space in 3 dimensions.
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### Lattice

A regular array of ions or atoms.
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### Lattice

A set S that contains x /\ y and x \/ y for all x, y in S.
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### Lattice

An open framework of criss-crossed wood or metal strips that form regular, patterned spaces.

### Lattice

An orderly arrangement of atoms in a material, usually thought of as an infinite series of 'cells' forming a 'latticework' of atoms in 3-dimensions See also: Body Centred Cubic, Crystal, Face Centred Cubic, Lattice Parameter, Miller Indices, Miller-Bravis Indices.
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### Lattice

Any work in which narrow strips of timber cross each other to form an open network.
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### Lattice

Crossed wood, iron plate bars, etc.
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### lattice

framework consisting of an ornamental wood or metal design
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