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embedding

[em′bed·iŋ]
(mathematics)
An injective homomorphism between two algebraic systems of the same type.

embedding

(mathematics)
One instance of some mathematical object contained with in another instance, e.g. a group which is a subgroup.

embedding

(theory)
(domain theory) A complete partial order F in [X -> Y] is an embedding if

(1) For all x1, x2 in X, x1 <= x2 <=> F x1 <= F x2 and

(2) For all y in Y, x | F x <= y is directed.

("<=" is written in LaTeX as \sqsubseteq).
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In addition, both companies will jointly market LogicVision's memBIST-IC and Virage's Custom-Touch(tm) STAR memory compilers for embedding one megabit and greater of embedded SRAM memory into SOC (System-on-a-Chip) designs.
Ungerer's paper, "Building Low Cost Embedded Network Appliances With Linux," he presents Linux as the new standard for embedding in internet appliances and internet devices.
Cygnus' approach to embedding the Java language, unlike its competitors, is to allow developers to optimize programming for the performance criteria and memory constraints of embedded applications.