physical field

physical field,

n in energy medicine, one of the three etheric levels of the human energy field. This layer embodies the sense of physical sensation, vitality of the body, and the autonomic functioning of cells, tissues, and organs and is found closest to the skin surface.
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This requires the use of specialist test facilities including mock planetary surfaces software-based simulation environments and physical field trials in representative environments to provide ground truth.
Almost everyone we've spoken to has not only seen how virtual field trips can be a natural complement for physical field trips but also how the technology could be used to provide a wide range of virtual experiences in support of other subjects, from history to languages.
From the point of view of Quantum-entropic logic theory information is a material substance, a physical field directly linked to energy and mass of an object.
I chose to pursue a BFA in modern dance because it was a highly physical field rooted in psychological investigation.
This citation illustrates how the cultural system can introduce strength and empowerment to relationships (social field), and how this strengthening influence reflects on and from the personal to the physical field while coping with an illness.
Survey" is commonly used to refer to the survey map, although the word "survey" more accurately refers to the whole of the surveying activities including the field measurements, field notes, physical field evidence, and the surveyor's review of the evidence and formation of opinions about boundary lines and other matters.
Writing for the benefit of young researchers, undergraduate and graduate students and engineers in the fields of computational and applied mathematics, mechanics and physics, this collection focuses on grid generation and numerical simulation of physical field phenomena and processes.
Working in an expanded range of media and subtly deranging the strategies of mass-cultural production (repackaging, piracy), he stakes out resistant, rather than recuperative, positions within the so-called space of flows--the partly virtual, partly physical field in which information, culture, and capital circulate under ever-increasing state and corporate control.
Note that the qualitative physical field approach described in the previous section starts with an abstract description of a field (qualitative domain and range in the field); the synergy between the data-rich and data-poor fields are explored further in the case study section.
Physical field issues were not the only combative forces the contractor managed.
The test bridges provide a mechanism to assess the physical field suitability of NDE systems.