normal extension


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normal extension

[′nȯr·məl ik′sten·chən]
(mathematics)
An algebraic extension of K of a field k, contained in the algebraic closure of k, such that every injective homomorphism of K into , inducing the identity on k, is an automorphism of K.
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If you can't get planning permission for a normal extension, it might be worth thinking about digging down.
Bertil Ternert, the airline's spokesman, said that it was a normal extension.
In the sequel we will study three distributions such as this operator D is the minimal normal extension of itself.