&imac;s&acr;g&ecr;l&ucr;s, a. [Is- + Gr. agelos information.]

Containing the same information, as isagelous sentences.

The coded message and the original, though appearing entirely unlike, are completely isagelous. Bacon The complementary strands have isagelous sequences. J. D. Watson. --

Isagel

I*sag"e*lous (&imac;*s&acr;g"&ecr;*l&ucr;s), a. [Is- + Gr. a`gelos information.]

Containing the same information, as isagelous sentences.

"The coded message and the original, though appearing entirely unlike, are completely isagelous." Bacon "The complementary strands have isagelous sequences." J. D. Watson. --

Is"a*gel n.

One of two or more objects containing the same information.

 

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