Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
apply (verbe)
Sens 1 : to make practical use of something. [Source : D'après OAL]
Équivalent(s) : appliquer:3
  • We give the evolution operator to all orders in tunneling, and apply the methods and results of Section 3 to describe how superpositions in the target anyon state collapse as a result of interferometry measurements, and how to determine the anyonic charge of the target.
  • We plan to explore how access control can be expressed as a concern at the architecture level and how to apply AOP techniques to enhance our framework, especially how to construct composite connectors from primitive connectors.
  • Future research may wish to apply our approach to their typologies.
Sens 2 : to be relevant (to somebody/something); to have an effect. [Source : D'après OAL]
Équivalent(s) : appliquer:1
  • At least the last, and possibly the second, of these criteria seem not to apply to al-Qaeda members.
  • The results of our analysis suggest that similar forces of localization also apply to business services.
  • For this reason, much of the theory for optical design and analysis has been derived for optical systems containing predominantly spherical surfaces, but the general conclusions that follow also apply to the more modern aspheric surfaces that are beginning to be used today.
Sens 3 : to bring into nearness or contact with something; put on, upon, or to. [Source : AHD]
Équivalent(s) : appliquer:2
  • Here, we apply on the 3D isomer a laser pulse of 50 fs duration, switched by a ramp of 5 fs at the beginning and the end.
  • This makes it impossible for the robot to apply lateral forces on the incision.
  • After applying given pressure, samples are heated to preset temperature (for few minutes) and are ramped rapidly (150–500 K min'1) to sintering temperatures (900–1300 °C) with hold time of 3–5 min to complete the sintering [382].
Sens 4 : to work at something or study something very hard. [Source : OAAD]
Équivalent(s) : employer:2