scalar field

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Noun1.scalar field - a field of scalars
field - (mathematics) a set of elements such that addition and multiplication are commutative and associative and multiplication is distributive over addition and there are two elements 0 and 1; "the set of all rational numbers is a field"
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Then, the exact static spherically symmetric solution of gravitational, electromagnetic, and scalar fields of a charged body is given by [24]
In view of construction, all 3D scalar fields are allowed to be formed by volume elements or units with such general significance.
Now that the Higgs boson has been discovered, it provides a possible 'portal' to physics at much higher energy scales through very small possible mixings and couplings to new scalar fields which may operate at these scales.
Krauss, a Foundation Professor in Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration and in Physics, and the director of the Origins Project at ASU, said that the Higgs boson has been discovered, it provides a possible 'portal' to physics at much higher energy scales through very small possible mixings and couplings to new scalar fields which may operate at these scales.
n] (n = 1,2,3,4) are scalar fields that can, in general, be functions of Z.
On the other hand, computer simulations provide full three-dimensional spatial information of both the flow and scalar fields and temporally resolve the intermittency associated with turbulence and combustion.
In fluid dynamics engineering, it is important to understand both flow and scalar fields in a target domain.
Therefore the readership ranges from graduate students to professionals and the scope is necessarily fairly wide, covering such topics as Lagrangian formalism and the momentum picture, free scalar fields (including neutral scalar fields), arbitrary scalar fields, free spinor fields, free vector fields, and connotation relations for free fields.
It produces color graphic representations of various data types--including vector and scalar fields, shapes, curves, and markers--and generates a screen animation of a succession of color maps.
This tool represents and analyzes the results of laboratory experiments or computational simulations, producing color graphic representations of various data types including vector and scalar fields, shapes, curves, and markers.
This category includes also the four-dimensional f(R), galileon, and five-dimensional Kaluza-Klein theories with scalar fields [6-12].
It produces color-graphic representations of various data types, including vector and scalar fields, shapes, curves, and markers.