extension field

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extension field

[ik′sten·chən ‚fēld]
(mathematics)
An extension field of a given field E is a field F such that E is a subfield of F. Also known as extension.
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Liedon municipal planning and technical services for a total price quote on the construction of the halmela field extension of communal engineering according to the attached documents.
Besides, he said that they will also impart training to the members of the provincial field extension departments on hybrid rice cultivation.
In particular, we are interested in the case where the field extension corresponds to the kernel of another representation of [G.
We defined a convenient basis of the field extension K([X.
In addition, the study has defined the upside incremental recoverable resources potential of the field extensions and a prospect.
The project would be a conversion of 500 miles of part of the Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Pipeline system plus a 210 mile green field extension from central Kansas to Cushing.
Two of the arrested were officials form Concord International; James Matut a field extension officer and James Ayual technician officer.
Poor logistic support for field extension staff is another area where corruption could be identified to play a significant role in undermining agricultural extension development and practice.
being the Galois group of a certain field extension [K.
Mr McFarlane said: "As a school, we are emphasising our environmental education by creating an outdoor active learning area, alongside our recent playing field extension.
With the extensive cutbacks in government and distribution trade field extension resources, we continue to look for progressive crop consultants, dealers and distributors to help explain and demonstrate the power of this new technology.
In addition, Bearden discusses the quantum potential (which "appears instantly"), the Aharonov-Bohm effect, Riemann geometry, Mach's principle, general relativity, Kaluza-Klein theories, the Sachs unified field extension of Einstein's theory, and O(3) group symmetry electromagnetism in the context of usable vacuum energy.