• WordNet 3.6
    • n Heaviside English physicist and electrical engineer who helped develop telegraphic and telephonic communications; in 1902 (independent of A. E. Kennelly) he suggested the existence of an atmospheric layer that reflects radio waves back to earth (1850-1925)
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In literature:

Pray tell me some news about Cameron, Watkins, Marindin, the two Thompsons of Trinity, Lowe, Heaviside, Matthew.
"The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume I (of II)" by Charles Darwin
Ever met Heavisides of the Bombay Fusileers?
"Stories By English Authors: London" by Various
In the evening we went to Palmo's Opera-house, to hear Dr. Lardner, of Heaviside notoriety.
"Journal of a Voyage across the Atlantic" by George Moore
They are already in operation, sending their defensive waves against the Heaviside layer.
"Invaders from the Infinite" by John Wood Campbell
I pulls them in, and takes them to Will Heaviside, who appears to be mightily pleased, and gives me the money.
"Jacob Faithful" by Captain Frederick Marryat
Now, my dear Mr Heaviside, what would you propose?
"Newton Forster" by Captain Frederick Marryat
The heaviside layer, as you doubtless know, is a liquid and, I think, an organic liquid.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science July 1930" by Various
S. P. Meek about the Heaviside Layer.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science January 1931" by Various
In my opinion "Beyond the Heaviside Layer" is the best story I have read in Astounding Stories to date.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, December 1930" by Various
J. W. L. Heaviside was installed Canon of Norwich Cathedral, in succession to Canon Wodehouse, resigned.
"Norfolk Annals A Chronological Record of Remarkable Events in the Nineteeth Century, Vol. 2" by Charles Mackie

In science:

H is Heaviside distribution.) What we have to do is to interpret the symbols inside this equation geometrically.
New ideas about multiplication of tensorial distributions
By L we mean here a regular distribution de fined by the function in the brackets, hence an object from D′ be precise and to avoid confusion in the notation, we used for the Heaviside function the symbol H f , while for the Heaviside distribution the usual symbol H .) This is nice, but rather trivial illustration.
New ideas about multiplication of tensorial distributions
Fix such chart Chk (Rn ) covering the whole manifold, that we can express Heaviside distribution in this chart through H f ( x1 ) ∈ D′ (So) (M ).
New ideas about multiplication of tensorial distributions
This generalized form of our previous statement can be used for computations with Heaviside functional metrics (computation of connection in fixed coordinates).
New ideas about multiplication of tensorial distributions
We say even more here, to those people that are satisfied with the Gibbs and Heaviside approach to vector calculus with their polar and axial vectors we leave the following issue (that obviously did not exist in our approach).
Reply to Itin, Obukhov and Hehl paper "An Electric Charge has no Screw Sense - A Comment on the Twist-Free Formulation of Electrodynamics by da Rocha & Rodrigues"