Definitions for "Attractor"
In Maya Fur, a joint chain that attracts the hairs in a fur description. Attractors can be used to affect the movement of hair using dynamics and forces.
Region on the domain of a dynamical system that attracts all nearby states.
A fractal structure with noninteger dimensionality whose shape is shown in phase space and to which trajectories are attracted. In classical chaos theory, “an attractor is an invariant set to which all nearby orbits converge” (Devancy, 1989, p. 201).
a program, curriculum theme or idea that a choice attendance area school uses to attract students
A school that offers certain programs or themes to attract suburban students to urban schools and urban students to suburban schools. In attractor programs, a traditional curriculum is offered in addition to a selection of classes that focus on themes such as information technology, American Sign Language, and culinary arts.
a shape that is specific to the given PRNG function, and reveals the complex nature of dependencies between subsequent results generated by the implementation
an entertainer who attracts large audiences; "he was the biggest drawing card they had"
Attribute bias Auto Regressive AR Process
a characteristic that provides pleasure and attracts; "flowers are an attractor for bees"
Keywords:  fly, tied, strike, pattern, stimulate
a fly pattern tied to stimulate a strike.
Keywords:  one
One who, or that which, attracts.