Definitions for "Lattice"
Any work of wood, metal, plastic, or other solid material, made by crossing a series of parallel laths, or thin strips, with another series at a diagonal angle, and forming a network with openings between the strips; as, the lattice of a window; -- called also latticework.
An openwork wood decoration in a crisscross diagonal or square pattern.
openwork produced by interlacing of wood laths or other thin strips, used as screening, especially under a porch
The arrangement of atoms or molecules in a crystal, represented as a repeating arrangement of points in space, each point representing the location of an atom or molecule; called also crystal lattice and space lattice.
The regular pattern of points in a crystal that atoms, molecules, or ions vibrate around in a crystal.
A regular array of ions or atoms.
1. In AIPS++, an abstract base class which presents an interface to a finite-volume, linear, rectangular, or hyper-rectangular structure. The Lattice is fundamentally described by its shape. 2. In domain theory partially ordered set in which all finite subsets have a least upper bound and greatest lower bound.
A structure defined by a partial order where the points in the structure are connected by lines, and being connected by a line means that the higher element is "greater" than the lower element. The lattice will often have a top element which is greater than any other element in the set, and a corresponding bottom element which is less than any other element in the set.
A sequence of accelerator elements, often periodic, used to focus, accelerate, and bend a beam.
the infrastructure connecting the nonbiologic automata of a society ( language= Yeibichai/tek)
Keywords:  graphlike, graph, triads, skewing, axes
a special kind of graph
a graphlike configuration where each axis is devoted to tones generated by a specific prime number; a two-dimensional lattice (i.e., on a page) is confined to a tuning system using two primes. A lattice of tones combines the graph principle with staff notation by skewing the direction of both axes. A lattice of twelve notes refers to the twelve most simply derived ratios; an extended lattice includes indefinitely more notes; a chord lattice abandons the staff notation and shows the major and minor triads by chord symbols only; in a key lattice, the symbols stand for keys.
The network of lines and nodes created in the expansion of a binomial or trinomial option pricing model.
Originally used in trellis work, this small, plain S4S moulding is among the most versatile of profiles.
peripheral retinal degeneration
in MRI, the magnetic and thermal environment through which nuclei exchange energy in longitudinal (T1) relaxation.
an important structure for organizing concept types, but a complete definition of those types leads to all the problems of language, logic, and ontology
a structure of points for carrying out free-form deformations on any deformable object
Mapping of recognition alternates to strokes in the Ink object.
a very simplified box, created around a selected object or selected CVs/Vertices that can be used to adjust that object's general shape
Keywords:  timbers
To make a lattice of; as, to lattice timbers.
To close, as an opening, with latticework; to furnish with a lattice; as, to lattice a window.
small opening (like a window in a door) through which business can be transacted
The representation of a piece of latticework used as a bearing, the bands being vertical and horizontal.