theoretical

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  • His theoretical studies soon advanced into several different single-family house models.
  • Among many applications, we consider here one of broad theoretical and practical importance.
  • Also, game theory provides a theoretical basis to the field of multi-agent systems.
  • He was active in a great many areas of science and engineering, both theoretical and practical.
  • Probably the most valuable service he rendered to music was in his theoretical works.
  • Despite its theoretical and potential problems, this approach is widely used.
  • There is currently no accepted theoretical model which would allow cold fusion to occur.
  • In other words, he developed his theories from the plays themselves, rather than beginning with a theoretical approach.
  • The books provided much of the theoretical base for future lunar vehicle development.
  • The amount of air required for complete combustion to take place is known as theoretical air.
  • His theoretical studies soon advanced into many different architectural projects.
  • In addition to the above theoretical applications, many practical applications of groups exist.
  • His work is primarily hard science fiction, using big science concepts and theoretical physics.
  • The subject has a theoretical side and a practical side.
  • This theory is not without support though, based on theoretical and experimental results (see below).
  • Important theoretical work on the physical structure of stars occurred during the first decades of the twentieth century.
  • They are the products of decades of development and theoretical analysis, and are highly effective.
  • During these four years in Switzerland, he worked on theoretical architectural studies using modern techniques.
  • Another important theoretical idea that plays a role in M-theory is supersymmetry.
  • At the same time he pursued studies in theoretical medicine and philosophy.
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Meaning of theoretical

  • adjective Concerned primarily with theories or hypotheses rather than practical considerations
    theoretical science
  • adjective Concerned with theories rather than their practical applications
    theoretical physics