fundamental interaction

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fundamental interaction

[¦fən·də¦ment·əl ‚in·tər′ak·shən]
(particle physics)
One of the fundamental forces that act between the elementary particles of matter.
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Already, IDC says, CIOs find that line-of-business managers are beginning to influence their spending decisions, based on these four forces.
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Those features are designed to give readers a substantial yet concise, plain-English exploration of four forces that shaped the economy in 2011: economic adjustment and adaptation, the labor market, widespread uncertainty, and monetary policy.
The West Midlands is one of four forces leading the country in 'commonsense' style policing, where the victim plays a key role in the decision-making process.
Hundreds of police officers from four forces were involved in a massive operation to catch criminal drivers yesterday.
Even more interesting, she points to recent mathematics by cosmologist Lawrence Krauss of Case Western Reserve University showing that life could still have formed even if one of the four forces in our universe was changed.
Yet in string theory, simple behaviors of strings--for instance, how they vibrate and whether they break or form loops--generate not only all four forces but also all the elementary particles.
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As these four forces of change play out, how are professional communicators being prepared?
Information focuses on the impact of four forces, including regulatory and political, economic and pricing, markets and demand, and science and technology.
These four forces constitute what might be called the "20th-century model for flight.