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open region

[′ō·pən ‚rē·jən]
(mathematics)
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T]he clearing, the open region, is not only free for brightness and darkness but also for resonance and echo" indicates that the clearing is not only visual but also acoustic--in the latter sense, it is synonymous with what Marshall McLuhan calls "the resonant interval" (Sanderson & Macdonald, 1989, p.
Demkowicz, "A two-dimensional self-adaptive hp finite element method for the analysis of open region problems in electromagnetics," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol.
z] in (6) for the open region near z [approximately equal to] 0.
It is hard to imagine a more intellectually open region anywhere.
3F) similar to the form of the cervical spermatic groove, while the upper region of the groove is lined with a highly developed epithelium having a high concentration of nuclei in the open region of the pallial cavity (Fig.
Rather, in our vision of an open region, there is room for all nations to develop relations with Central Asia and the South Caucasus, as this region finds its own way in the world in its new independence and sovereignty.
the Sage draws the apprentice into the open region of questioning where Ek-sistent reposing occurs.
BEM handles open regions and linear solutions while FEM handles non-linear areas, resulting in excellent open region solutions with no non-linear convergence problems.
Each open region has an area of 1-2 mm 2 and is formed entirely without the synthetic fibers.
As she reads we all find ourselves with her in this place -- the open region of memory -- as well as in this large room where we sit in rows of folding chairs.
Contract notice: Capture massive proprietary data on activity in the territory of aragon, generating a big data platform treatment of them and creating services on activity in aragon under the principles of smart open region.
One rocket was intercepted by the Iron Dome anti-missile system, and a second was exploded in an open region.