embedding

Tissue is embedded in wax or plastic in order to prepare sections for microscopical examination. The embedding medium provides mechanical support.

embedding

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Embedding

In mathematics, an embedding (or imbedding) is one instance of some mathematical structure contained within another instance, such as a group that is a subgroup. Given X and Y, several different embeddings of X in Y may be possible. In many cases of interest there is a standard (or `canonical`) embedding, like those of the natural numbers in the.....
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embedding

(әm-bed´ing) fixation of tissue in a firm medium, in order to keep it intact during cutting of thin sections.
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Embedding

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Embed
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embedding

<technique> Tissue is embedded in wax or plastic in order to prepare sections for microscopical examination. The embedding medium provides mechanical support. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Embedding

A method of taking a scalar time series and using delayed snapshots of the values at fixed time intervals in the past so that the dynamics of the underlying system can be observed as a function of the previously observed states.
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embedding

In grammar, inserting a clause into a sentence instead of joining it with a conjunctions, as in `His mother, making light of her difficulties, continued working.`
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Embedding

Including font information in a digital document, to ensure that the text is rendered with the font specified by the author. Some EULAs restrict embedding.
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embedding

Putting one mathematical object inside another, such as a subgroup within a group or one topological space inside another, while preserving all topological properties.
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Embedding

The act of coding a Web site so that photos or videos can be hosted on one Web site yet viewed from another as though it were part of that site.
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embedding

The insertion of one syntactic phrase or unit within another, e.g. The girl who stood up is my sister.
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embedding

the process of completely encasing an article in a polymer by pouring a suitable compound over it in a mould, curing or solidifying the compound, and removing the encased article from the mould NOTE - In the case of electrical components, connecting wires or terminals may protrude from the embedment.
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embedding

type of immobilization of radioactive wastes by a material allowing to obtain a solid product, compact and stable, physically not dispersive in order to assure a radionuclides containment consistent with the regulations and verified by normalized tests
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