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FIELD
RELATED
VARIETY
IMPORTANT
THEORIES
FUNCTIONS
LOCAL RINGS
ROADSIDES
STUDENTS
STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
BARRY MAZUR
TOPICS
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
INTEREST
MARINE BIOLOGY
HISTORY
PALEONTOLOGY
ORCHARDS
DIFFERENT FIELDS
SOCIAL SCIENCES
COTTON FIELDS
CATEGORY
COMMUTATIVE RINGS
GEOPHYSICS
GEOLOGY
LOW HILLS
TERRACED FIELDS
GRAVITY
QUANTUM THEORY
OLIVE GROVES
WHEAT FIELDS
ENGINEERING FIELDS
ENGINEERING
INTEGRAL DOMAINS
NUMBER THEORY
TENSORS
SPINOR FIELDS
RICE FIELDS
OIL FIELDS
GALOIS THEORY
LOCAL FIELDS
HIGGS FIELD
HIGGS FIELDS
HEADER FIELDS
ELYSIUM
ELYSIAN FIELDS
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Definitions

  1. Fields was the son of Lew Fields and brother of Dorothy and Joseph Fields.
  2. Fields was an A&R man and fixture in the New York rock and roll scene, managing and signing acts such as the MC5, The Stooges and The Ramones.
  3. Fields were analyzed to determine the number of apoptotic cells, then apoptotic cells were counted to establish the percentage carrying LCMV Ags.
  4. Fields are more specific than rings, they can be scalars when multiplied by vectors. (Web site)
  5. Fields are rings, but also require inverses and identities.

Field

  1. As such, the field combines knowledge principally from two fields of study: linguistics and sociology.
  2. More generally, every field is a commutative ring, so the class of fields is a subclass of the class of commutative rings.
  3. Abstract algebra is the field of mathematics that studies algebraic structures, such as groups, rings, fields, modules, vector spaces, and algebras. (Web site)

Related

  1. FOLDOC - Computing Dictionary The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing is a searchable dictionary of terms from computing and related fields.
  2. It includes terms from the areas of biological and machine vision, visual psychophysics, visual neuroscience and other related fields.
  3. The On-line Medical Dictionary is a searchable dictionary of terms from medicine and related fields.

Variety

  1. Statisticians work in a variety of fields, including medicine, government, education, agriculture, business, and law.
  2. Ph.D. astronomers can be employed in a variety of technical fields, since astronomy itself is so multi-disciplinary.
  3. Psycholinguistics is interdisciplinary in nature and is studied by people in a variety of fields, such as psychology, cognitive science, and linguistics. (Web site)

Important

  1. Clifford algebras have important applications in a variety of fields including geometry and theoretical physics. (Web site)
  2. The concept of a linear subspace (or vector subspace) is important in linear algebra and related fields of mathematics.
  3. Game theory has important applications in fields like operations research, economics, collective action, political science, psychology, and biology.

Theories

  1. The table below lists many of the fields and subfields of physics along with the theories and concepts they employ.
  2. Set to the challenge, researchers have drawn upon theories from related fields, like cognitive psychology and cognitive anthropology.
  3. Unlike a hypothesis, theories are exceedingly well supported by innumerable observations from a breadth of fields of study. (Web site)

Functions

  1. One might argue that the whole of the fields of analysis (and topology) are the study of functions that can be evaluated in this way.
  2. In addition, the appendix supplies background material on relations, functions, algebraic systems, finite fields, and vector spaces.
  3. Since a vector field can be identified with a first-order differential operator on functions, the Lie bracket of two vector fields can be defined as follows. (Web site)

Local Rings

  1. All fields (and skew fields) are local rings, since {0} is the only maximal ideal in these rings. (Web site)

Roadsides

  1. African rue is found in disturbed environments such as roadsides and fields in desert to semi-desert areas.

Students

  1. Geology courses are also highly valuable to students of geography, engineering, chemistry, urban planning, environmental studies, and other fields. (Web site)
  2. The book provides the knowledge to students in engineering and natural science they need to enter fluid mechanics applications in various fields. (Web site)
  3. This book is intended for use as a graduate-level text for students of geophysics, geodesy and geology and other related fields.

Structural Geology

  1. Fields of interest: Regional hydrogeology, applied hydrogeology, structural geology, glaciology.
  2. Fields or related disciplines An illustrated depiction of a syncline and anticline commonly studied in Structural geology and Geomorphology. (Web site)

Barry Mazur

  1. He further worked with Barry Mazur on the main conjecture of Iwasawa theory over Q, and soon afterwards generalised this result to totally real fields.
  2. This was eventually proved in generality, for totally real number fields, by Barry Mazur and Andrew Wiles. (Web site)

Topics

  1. Atomic theory has wide-ranging impact on many fields of science, including nuclear physics, spectroscopy, and all of chemistry, among many other topics.
  2. Seminars are confined to topics in more specific fields, like algebra, topology, analysis, and so on.
  3. The topics of his research are mostly in the fields of Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics and Applied Econometrics.

Discrete Mathematics

  1. Readers learn how to apply their knowledge to a variety of fields, including linear algebra, probability, finance, ecology, and discrete mathematics.
  2. Finite geometry is s subfield of discrete mathematics and related to graph theory, design theory and other fields of discrete mathematics. (Web site)

Interest

  1. He was known for his contributions to topology and other fields of mathematics, his interest in mathematical history and for being a keen alpinist.
  2. Students relate the course methods and materials to their fields of interest in order to integrate these areas with the global ecosystem. (Web site)
  3. Physiologists in all fields will have an interest in the updated theories covered in this book. (Web site)

Marine Biology

  1. Marine biology cuts across many fields of study and covers many subjects.
  2. Roger Arliner Young (1899 - 1964) was an American scientist who worked in the fields of zoology, biology, and marine biology.
  3. The technology has applications in a number of fields, including molecular biology, pathology, immunology, plant biology and marine biology. (Web site)

History

  1. This philosophy is interdisciplinary in nature, encompassing the fields of economics, political science, history, accounting, and physics.
  2. Material on German Lied can be drawn from many fields like history, music, gender studies and literature, just to name a few.
  3. The University will forever be indebted to this organization for its contributions in the fields of literature, journalism, drama and history.

Paleontology

  1. Paleontology is actually one of the few fields of science left in which amateurs can and frequently do make important contributions. (Web site)
  2. There are a number of techniques and fields that deal with reconstructing the past, but paleontology provides hard data on past events. (Web site)
  3. Paleontology relies for its evidence on two different but historically related fields, biology and geology. (Web site)

Orchards

  1. Voeren is an attractive rural area of Belgium, with small villages set in rolling hills, traditional farmhouses, orchards, fields, woods and nature reserves.
  2. Set in the heart of the countryside in the Dordogne region, surrounded by orchards and fields of sunflowers, join us in our small complex of stone cottages.
  3. Although it has industries, Basel is mainly a region of fertile fields, meadows, orchards, and forests.

Different Fields

  1. Because cognitive psychology touches on many other disciplines, people in a number of different fields often study this branch of psychology.
  2. Students must pass a written qualifying examination in 3 different fields of study, one of which must be taken from mathematics, to continue in the program.
  3. This model facilitates communication among researchers in different fields of computer science and computer engineering.

Social Sciences

  1. Today, mathematics is used throughout the world in many fields, including natural science, engineering, medicine, and the social sciences such as economics.
  2. The second type of jurisprudence compares and contrasts law with other fields of knowledge such as literature, economics, religion, and the social sciences.
  3. Note: Covers the topics from Mathematics 21a,b which are most important in applications to economics, the social sciences, and some other fields.

Cotton Fields

  1. The area around Dobrich is dominated by fields: Wheat, corn, sugar beet, sunflowers, cotton fields and here and there a vinyard.
  2. Organic arsenic compounds are used as pesticides, primarily on cotton fields and orchards.

Category

  1. The category of fields, denoted Field, is the full subcategory of CRing whose objects are fields.
  2. Category: Field theory Field theory is a branch of mathematics which studies the properties of fields.
  3. Category:Academic disciplines catalogs divisions between fields of study.

Commutative Rings

  1. Some fields such as commutative algebra and algebraic geometry are primarily concerned with commutative rings.

Geophysics

  1. Bradner published extensively in the fields of physics, seismology, geophysics and diving. (Web site)
  2. It applies the principles and methods of various other fields of the geologic sciences, most notably geophysics, structural geology, and stratigraphy.
  3. The Geiger-Müller counter has applications in the fields of nuclear physics, geophysics (mining) and medical therapy with isotopes and x-rays. (Web site)

Geology

  1. He learned a great deal about zoology, geology and other fields of science at Edinburgh, but he came to abhor medicine. (Web site)
  2. The study of land's depression storage capacity is important in the fields of geology, ecology, and especially hydrology. (Web site)
  3. Some major fields closely allied to geology are geodesy, geophysics, and geochemistry. (Web site)

Low Hills

  1. There, a rumble of sound fills the air and the green fields and low hills on either bank tremble to the Blue Nile Falls. (Web site)
  2. The River Brent rises in low hills and fields of the London Borough of Barnet in north London, as several different tributaries.

Terraced Fields

  1. The Chagga subsist primarily by agriculture, using great methods of irrigation on terraced fields and oxen manure to develop the fields.
  2. The landscape is characterised by low hills with terraced fields. (Web site)

Gravity

  1. If a unified field theory can be found, someone must resolve whether or not it is based on particles and gravity fields or electromagnetic fields.
  2. Consequently, the gravity fields of particles have little effect on chemistry and on ordinary motions of particles; so is largely ignored. (Web site)
  3. Geophysics and Geodesy investigate the figure of the Earth, its reaction to forces and its magnetic and gravity fields. (Web site)

Quantum Theory

  1. These theories, particularly the quantum theory, revolutionized not only physics but also chemistry and other fields. (Web site)
  2. Quantum field theory (QFT) is the quantum theory of fields.
  3. The fields in any quantum theory of gravity must transform under this algebra; that is, they must admit a conformal field theory description.

Olive Groves

  1. Each room has a fantastic view of the sea, the olive groves, the fields and Turkey which on a clear day looks like you can touch it. (Web site)

Wheat Fields

  1. A crop "circle" is a geometric pattern, often very intricate and complex, appearing in fields, usually wheat fields and usually in England.
  2. Portugal has a rich seafaring past, superb beach resorts, wistful towns and a landscape wreathed in olive groves, vineyards and wheat fields.
  3. Examples include Wheat fields or Apple orchards or Grape vineyards. (Web site)

Engineering Fields

  1. It is found in mathematical analysis, statistics, economics and some engineering fields.
  2. Cybernetics arose more from engineering fields and GST from biology. (Web site)

Engineering

  1. Stimulate interest in mathematics, sciences and engineering fields among Alaska Native students.
  2. Civil engineering is the broadest of the engineering fields.
  3. Physics is especially considered fundamental to many other scientific and engineering fields. (Web site)

Integral Domains

  1. Alternatively and equivalently, integral domains may be defined as commutative rings in which the zero ideal {0} is prime, or as the subrings of fields.
  2. Groups, rings, integral domains, and fields. (Web site)
  3. Integral domains; ordered fields; rational, real, and complex numbers; polynomials and theory of equations. (Web site)

Number Theory

  1. In mathematics, a scheme is an important concept connecting the fields of algebraic geometry, commutative algebra and number theory.
  2. A related class of fields very important in number theory are algebraic number fields. (Web site)
  3. Cryptology uses ideas from several other fields such as information theory, computer science, number theory, and abstract algebra.

Tensors

  1. A differential form is a mathematical concept in the fields of multivariate calculus, differential topology and tensors.
  2. Tensors were also found to be useful in other fields such as continuum mechanics. (Web site)
  3. While such uses of tensors are the most frequent, tensors of higher order also matter in many fields.

Spinor Fields

  1. The fields can be scalar, vector, tensor, spinor fields, depending on the possible values they can take - scalars, vectors, tensors, spinors. (Web site)
  2. This is similar to the action of the U(1) group on the spinor fields of quantum electrodynamics. (Web site)
  3. Canonical quantization of spinor fields II; 40. Parity, time reversal, and charge conjugation; 41.

Rice Fields

  1. Crayfish are planted in California and Louisiana in flooded rice fields for insect and weed control and harvested after the fields are drained.
  2. Rice when it is still covered by the brown hull is known as paddy; rice fields are also called paddy fields or rice paddies. (Web site)
  3. On the way we passed the town of 'Nemmara, and 'Pothundi Dam', a small irrigation dam which provides water for the rice fields in the surrounding area.

Oil Fields

  1. Natural gas is commercially produced from oil fields and natural gas fields. (Web site)
  2. Frizzell's run-in with the law led him away from music, as he temporarily worked in the oil fields with his father. (Web site)
  3. In addition, Dongying 's oil fields and petroleum industries form an important component of Shandong's economy. (Web site)

Galois Theory

  1. An introductory undergraduate text in the spirit of texts by Gallian or Herstein, covering groups, rings, integral domains, fields and Galois theory. (Web site)
  2. The development of abstract algebra brought with itself group theory, rings and fields, Galois theory.
  3. From the course guide: "Groups, rings, and fields, introduction to Galois theory.

Local Fields

  1. Another important distinction in the realm of fields, especially with regard to number theory, are local fields and global fields. (Web site)
  2. Local classfield theory In mathematics, local classfield theory is the study in number theory of the abelian extensions of local fields.
  3. For function fields, the local fields are completions of the local rings at all points of the curve for function fields. (Web site)

Higgs Field

  1. The other fields we know of arise from particles that carry charges, but we do not yet understand the origin of the Higgs field. (Web site)
  2. Compared to the electric fields, magnetic fields, and gravitational fields all around us, however, the Higgs field is enormously strong. (Web site)
  3. These masses arise from the interactions of the gauge fields with the non-zero vacuum expectation value of the Higgs field.

Higgs Fields

  1. The first is the Kahler potential for the matter and Higgs fields which produces the kinetic terms for the fields.
  2. We assume that all Higgs fields are momentum fields and that all interactions are interactions between fields. (Web site)
  3. We assume that all fields are Higgs fields (this is the Unified Field Theory after all). (Web site)

Header Fields

  1. The output of the encoding procedure is combined with a set of header fields (to be defined in Section 4.8) carrying cryptographic control information. (Web site)
  2. Insertion of erroneous octets at the beginning of the header completely misaligns the header fields, causing them to be misinterpreted. (Web site)
  3. Note that because of CPL's first-match semantics in switches, "q" values other than 0 of the "Accept-Language" header fields are ignored. (Web site)

Elysium

  1. Proteus also told Menelaus that he was destined for Elysium (the Fields of the Blessèd) after his death. (Web site)

Elysian Fields

  1. One road led to the Elysian Fields, one to the Fields of Asphodel, and the third road to Tartarus. (Web site)
  2. Hades the Place There were several sections of Hades, including the Elysian Fields, the equivalent of Heaven, and Tartarus, the equivalent of Hell. (Web site)
  3. For the Greek and Roman mythological heavenly fields of Elysia, see Elysium or Elysian Fields.

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