vector field


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vector field

n
(General Physics) a region of space under the influence of some vector quantity, such as magnetic field strength, in which the quantity takes a unique vector value at every point of the region
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Let S be a compact complex non-Kahler surface, X a semicomplete meromorphic vector field on S.
In section V, we briefly review the results for the scalar and the vector field separately and then, in section VI, we consider the coupled scalar-vector system.
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Therefore, we will provide an appropriate motion estimate scheme to compute the motion vector field of the to-be-reconstructed video frame for improving the accuracy of MH prediction.
A vector field V on a semi-Riemannian manifold ([bar.
A determinism factor [mathematical expression not reproducible] for the vector field of the d-dimensional financial system can be obtained by combining all occupied boxes containing Pj passes of the trajectory.
Several authors studied the integral curves by using matrix of a linear vector field in Euclidean and 3-dimensional Lorentz-Minkowski spaces.
1] of the curve [gamma] has constant angle E with unit vector field u along [gamma], that is
We will show that if K is chosen large enough, any point starting in [OMEGA](K) cannot leave [OMEGA] (K), because the vector field along the boundary [partial derivative][OMEGA](K) is pointing inward, i.
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A derivative function h along a vector field f is called a lie derive, denoted by [L.