extension field

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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George Hamilton, an extension field specialist in fruits and vegetable from the University of New Hampshire, told Smithsonian genetics play a large factor.
6% and 20% have been conducted in public/ private extension services and professional competencies of extension field staff.
The website was developed to help livestock and poultry producers identity practices to reduce odors and emissions of gases and dust caused by animal production," said Angie Rieck-Hinz, an ISU Extension field agronomist and member of the project team.
Bits B3-B5 and B7 are reserved in general and thus, can be used in our proposal to notify the receiver of the existence of an extension field to the incoming frame.
It was stated at farmers' training workshop titled "kitchen gardening, tunnel farming and bio-gas" in which a large number of farmers and extension field staff participated.
It comprises a group of farmers who are facilitated by extension field staff in conducting various integrated crop management practices.
In 1987 it was noted that only 6 % of the farmers were visited 10 years before but in 2005-06 surprisingly 63 % farmers were found visited by the extension field staff.
Illiteracy among farmers and poorly trained extension field staff were rated as the top most problems by the respondents in the acquisition of technical information.
Kato ([5,6] and [7]) the Galois group of an abelian extension field on a q-dimensional local field K is described by the Milnor K-group [K.
Almost similar results were reported by Ahmad (2004) who found that 94 and 100% of the respondents received messages from private extension field staff regarding identification of insect-pest and their control, respectively.
2] then its extension field is F = {0, 1, [alpha],[[alpha].
Answer: Three possibilities, says Mark Mellbye, OSU Extension field crops agent for Linn, Lane and Benton counties: First, if they're large and more random in placement, they're to ward off geese.