## What is/are Isotropic Spherical?

Isotropic Spherical - The method is applied to calculation of fields around isolated anisotropic spherical and cylindrical inclusions in an anisotropic homogeneous host medium.^{[1]}The main focus of this paper is to explore the possibility of providing a new family of exact solutions for suitable anisotropic spherically symmetric systems in the realm of general relativity involving the embedding spherically symmetric static metric into the five-dimensional pseudo-Euclidean space.

^{[2]}In this study, we are interested to investigate the dissipative gravitational collapse of anisotropic spherically symmetric radiating star, which satisfies the initially static Karmarkar condition in f ( R , T ) gravity.

^{[3]}In this connection, we derived the Einstein field equations for static anisotropic spherically symmetric spacetime in the mechanism of Karmakar condition.

^{[4]}The objective of the present paper is to explore and study an anisotropic spherically symmetric core-envelope model of a super dense star in which core is outfitted with linear equation of state whereas the envelope is considered to be of quadratic equation of state.

^{[5]}In this paper, we study the physical characteristics of anisotropic spherically symmetric quark star candidates for $R+2\sigma T$ gravity model, where $R$, $\sigma$ and $T$ depict scalar curvature, coupling parameter, and the trace of the energy-momentum tensor, respectively.

^{[6]}We here developed the model by considering an anisotropic spherically symmetric static general relativistic configuration that plays a significant effect on the structure and properties of stellar objects.

^{[7]}The aim of the present paper is to study an anisotropic spherically symmetric core-envelope model of a super dense star in which core is equipped with linear equation of state, consistent with the quark matter while the envelope is considered to be of quadratic equation of state by adopting the philosophy of Takisa et al.

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## isotropic spherical shell

In this study, we propose a fast approach for acoustic source localization on thin isotropic and anisotropic spherical shells.^{[1]}The results presented agree closely with the reference results for isotropic spherical shells of revolution.

^{[2]}Acoustic source localization (ASL) on a thin isotropic spherical shell is more challenging than that for two-dimensional flat plate structures.

^{[3]}The study of stress-stain state in the isotropic spherical shells is presented in the work.

^{[4]}Considered is the stress state of an isotropic spherical shell exposed to an arbitrary load based on a non-classical theory.

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## isotropic spherical solution

We present a new systematic approach to find the exact gravitationally decoupled anisotropic spherical solution in the presence of electric charge by using the complete geometric deformation (CGD) methodology.^{[1]}•Exact charged anisotropic spherical solutions are studied through decoupling technique.

^{[2]}Here, we present the anisotropic spherical solution in f(R, T) gravity by adopting MGD approach.

^{[3]}The aim of this paper is to obtain analytic anisotropic spherical solutions in f ( R ) scenario through gravitationally decoupled minimal geometric deformation technique.

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## isotropic spherical semivariogram

An Isotropic Spherical semivariogram model was fitted on the residuals and a simple residual Kriging was executed in which the error obtained was -0.^{[1]}Isotropic spherical semivariogram models were fitted using the least squares method, and they showed a pattern of spatial dependence for all years.

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## isotropic spherical particle

We also detect the rotation with our newly developed pitch rotational motion detection technique which could not be done conventionally on isotropic spherical particles.^{[1]}1 Licensing provisions: GPLv3 Programming language: MATLAB Nature of problem: Decomposition of optical force acting on an isotropic spherical particle of size comparable to optical wave length into conservative (gradient) and nonconservative (scattering) components.

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