field index

field index

[′fēld ‚in‚deks]
(nucleonics)
The constant n for a betatron in which the magnetic field strength at radius r is equal to B0(r / R)-n , where R is the radius of equilibrium orbit of an electron, and B0 is the corresponding magnetic field. Also known as n value.
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Heijl, "A visual field index for calculation of glaucoma rate of progression," American Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
Also, growth vigor, pollen quantity and blade color were used as direct field index, while kernel number per spike was used as indirect parameter.
• FrameworkException: Incorrect access to field index, while drawing over EMF
GPA uses the visual field index (VFI), a summary measurement of a patient's visual field status expressed as a percentage of a normal adjusted visual field.
A comparison of field and histological observations helped us to improve the field index and methods, and provided useful insight into the reproductive biology of Haddock and other boreal determinate fecundity species.
The Field Index sorts the women into seventy career or activist categories.
For SURF, the vertical betatron function is determined by the orbital radius and the magnetic field index
Modified pedigree selection was applied to [S.sub.1] families chosen in the field index selection cycle.
For this study, VFs were classified according to the glaucoma staging system based on the visual field index (VFI) [5].
In the former, you may browse the descriptor field index alone (a very nice feature), but in the online version you cannot.
After indexes are created for each field, a small random selection of queries is applied to each field's index to rank the field indexes from fastest to slowest.
Possible search areas are "Personal name," "Title," "Subject/Abstract terms," and "Date start/Date end." Results can be sorted by either "Performance date" or "Title" and limited to "Met concert/Gala" or "Met Performance." The title field indexes only complete performances of operas (and some ballets).