stationary field

stationary field

[′stā·shə‚ner·ē ′fēld]
(physics)
Field which does not change during the time interval under consideration. Also known as constant field.
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Coding instruments are a prerequisite for collecting patient data in the stationary field of hospitals.
The bottom line is this: If you shoot for the stationary field, you run a high risk of coming up short, looking at a fence row, power line or other obstacle before you reach that stationary field.
com)-- Turner Designs recently configured an enclosure for stationary field deployments housing their popular DataBank Datalogger.
The position update for motion with control is P(t + [DELTA]t) -P(t) + [DELTA]t x f(P(t)) + [DELTA]t x u(t) for a stationary field f(*) and P(t + [DELTA]t) = P(t) + [DELTA]t x f(P(t), t) + [DELTA]t x u(t) for a nonstationary field f(*, *).
Thus, the stationary field has one singular point in a bounded domain filled with a homogeneous medium.
When the eyes are fixed on the screen the discs appear faint and still, but when the patient shifts their gaze the stationary field appears to move with them in the same direction, rather than seeming to move in the opposite direction as would normally happen.
Stationary field is a field not changing with time (stable), to simplify calculations usually considered as one-dimensional.
Faria (electrical engineering, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon) focuses on the governing laws and concepts without delving too deeply into specialized areas, and provides students with a basic understanding of stationary field phenomena, slow time-varying fields and rapid time-varying fields.
Military units generate substantial quantities of packaging waste when engaging in stationary field operations.
Multiple stationary field sensors can be installed at specific sites and monitored continuously, but are often limited by the power and communication needs of the units.
The toothed dielectric rotor attached to the rotating shaft is positioned between a stationary time-modulated, space-patterned field transmitter and stationary field receiver.