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RE: What Is Anisotropy

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Posted by Josh Walawender on October 30, 2000 01:25:54 UTC

Anisotropy means that something is not uniform -- it changes. For example, a white piece of paper is isotropic, but a photograph of some mountains is anisotropic because it looks different at different points (sky at top, mountains at bottom).

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