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em·bed

(ĕm-bĕd′) also im·bed (ĭm-)
v. em·bed·ded, em·bed·ding, em·beds also im·bed·ded or im·bed·ding or im·beds
v.tr.
1. To fix firmly in a surrounding mass: embed a post in concrete; fossils embedded in shale.
2.
a. To cause to be an integral part of a surrounding whole: "a minor accuracy embedded in a larger untruth" (Ian Jack).
b. Linguistics To insert or position (a clause or phrase) within a clause or phrase.
c. Computers To insert (a virus, for example) into a software program.
3. To assign (a journalist) to travel with a military unit during an armed conflict.
4. Biology To enclose (a specimen) in a supporting material before sectioning for microscopic examination.
v.intr.
To become embedded: The harpoon struck but did not embed.
n. (ĕm′bĕd′)
One that is embedded, especially a journalist who is assigned to an active military unit.

em·bed′ment n.

embedding

(ɪmˈbɛdɪŋ)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) the practice of assigning a journalist or being assigned to accompany an active military unit
Translations
blocage de déchets radioactifsenrobage de déchets radioactifs

embedding

[ɪmˈbedɪŋ] N (gen) (Ling) → incrustación f
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We introduce the isometric embedding [R.sub.0,(n]): [L.sub.2] (R) [right arrow] [L.sub.2]([R.sup.2]) by the rule [mathematical expression not reproducible].
Let T : V [right arrow] Y be an isometric embedding satisfying T(0) = 0.
Let G be a partial cube with idim(G) = h and assume that we are given an isometric embedding of G into [Q.sub.h].
Zhang, "Isometric embedding and continuum ISOMAP," in Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML '03), pp.
Finally, in Section 4, we bring forward the existence of a natural isometric embedding of images in an infinitely dimensional function space, as well as an isometric embedding into a finitely dimensional function space, that is bi-Lipschitz relative to the infinitely dimensional one.
Let us consider an isometric embedding of an Einsteinian manifold [[??].sub.4] in a pseudo-Euclidean space [E.sup.N.sub.p,q] with signature (p+, q-), with p + q = N:
Figiel, On non-linear isometric embedding of normed linear spaces, Bull.
Abstract We study the local and isometric embedding of Riemannian spacetimes into the pseudo-Euclidean [gamma]at E6.
Isometric embedding of Riemannian manifolds in Euclidean spaces.
366-367] that if [GAMMA] is an uncountable set then there is no isometric embedding of C([beta][GAMMA]) into C([I.sup.m]) for every infinite cardinal m.
The following lemma is a corollary of Blumenthal's solution of the problem of isometric embedding of semimetric spaces in the Euclidean spaces, see [[6], p.105].
is an isometric embedding of X into the dual Banach space of Lip (X, *), and the image of X \ {*} is linearly independent.