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the analysis of a vector field

in a decomposed state

(chemistry) separation of a substance into two or more substances that may differ from each other and from the original substance

(biology) the process of decay caused by bacterial or fungal action

the organic phenomenon of rotting

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2] output where straw was mixed through the soil was likely due to rapid decomposition of labile compounds in straw, as observed in previous work (Cogle et al.
Zheng (2012) What Drives the Change in China's Energy Intensity: Combining Decomposition Analysis and Econometric Analysis at the Provincial Level.
A key step for the computation is the up and down interval decomposition of I defined in Definition 2.
As a foaming agent apart from food packaging, the material has found favour in injection moulding where the endothermic decomposition further enhances cooling rate.
The MEMS sensor based on the mechanical filter bank could be used in many technical applications where decomposition of mechanical signals is useful.
Further we generalize this result to the decomposition of not necessarily complete graphs.
Gerardo Bloise, who has seen as many as 45 bodies in various stages of decomposition in his 23-year long career, said his "personal opinion" on the odor that wafted out from the interior of Casey's car was 'human decomposition.
Despite the importance of decomposition, there are few guidelines to help us decompose a system into subjects.
Zhenguo Chi, Xiandong Yao, Yi Zhang and Jiarui Xu, "Thermal decomposition of thermotropic liquid crystalline polyesterimides," J.
The results indicate that dynamics in MBC and available N in the first 18 days of decomposition are not clearly linked to interactions with respect to cumulative respiration on day 18.
Specialists from the food and environment laboratory of the Ajman Municipality had visited a specialised company in the UK to experiment with different devices used in measuring the level of decomposition in plastic bags and look at ways of turning them into recycleable material.
SDK has developed "HB-3000" by combining the advantages of two different decomposition systems, namely, a "chemical capture system" and a "catalytic decomposition system.
After 12 months, there was almost no decomposition of the untreated plastic, compared to substantial decomposition of the pre-treated plastic and zero release of BPA.
In recent years, the decomposition of continuity is one of the main interest for general topologists.
Researchers tracked postharvest crop residues from 17 cultivars of winter wheat, 16 cultivars of spring wheat, and 9 cultivars of spring barley grown in 4 different locations in southeastern Washington to identify links between decomposition processes and fiber and nutrient characteristics of the straw.