# reducing+to+order

• 31Slowly varying envelope approximation — In physics, the slowly varying envelope approximation (SVEA) is the assumption that the envelope of a forward travelling wave pulse varies slowly in time and space compared to a period or wavelength. This requires the spectrum of the signal to be …

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• 32Discounts and allowances — Senior Discount redirects here. For the band, see Senior Discount (band). Corporate finance …

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• 33Wick's theorem — is a method of reducing high order derivatives to a combinatorics problem.(Philips, 2001) It is named after Gian Carlo Wick. It is used extensively in quantum field theory to reduce arbitrary products of creation and annihilation operators to&#8230; …

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• 34classification — clas·si·fi·ca·tion n: the act or method of distributing into a class or category according to characteristics; also: a class or category determined by characteristics see also suspect classification Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam&#8230; …

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• 35Meijer G-Function — The G function was defined for the first time by the Dutch mathematician Cornelis Simon Meijer (1904 1974) in 1936 as an attempt to introduce a very general function that includes most of the known special functions as particular cases. This was&#8230; …

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• 36Normal basis — In mathematics, a normal basis in field theory is a special kind of basis for Galois extensions of finite degree, characterised as forming a single orbit for the Galois group. The normal basis theorem states that any finite Galois extension of&#8230; …

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• 38arrangement — n. 1. Disposition, classification, method, distribution, grouping, collocation, placing, array, reducing to order. 2. Structure, make, form, mode of building, manner of making. 3. Adjustment, settlement, agreement. 4. Regulation, management,&#8230; …

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• 39classification — n. Arrangement, disposition, distribution, grouping, reducing to order …

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• 40Debt relief — Reducing the principal and/or interest payments on LDC loans. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * debt relief debt relief ➔ relief * * * debt relief UK US noun [U] ► ECONOMICS, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY the situation when a foreign country is …