domain theory


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domain theory

A tenet of physics which assumes that groups of atoms produced by movement of electrons align themselves in groups (called "domains") in magnetic materials.
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23) In other words, domain theory has a powerful focus: social relationships--"the very ability of people to get along with one another.
The third and final domain in domain theory is the conventional domain.
Jung: Domain theory, in the Handbook for logic in Computer Science, Volume 3 (Abramsky, Dov M.
Remember that in Figure 2, we envisaged a world model or domain theory as a hierarchy of concepts.
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