normalise

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v normalise make normal or cause to conform to a norm or standard "normalize relations with China","normalize the temperature","normalize the spelling"
    • v normalise become normal or return to its normal state "Let us hope that relations with this country will normalize soon"
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Usage

In literature:

We attribute independence to things in order to normalise their recurrence.
"The Life of Reason" by George Santayana
This would be that there is, forsooth, no need for any normalisation, or for any normal working-day!
"The Theory and Policy of Labour Protection" by Albert Eberhard Friedrich Schäffle
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In news:

Life Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: LIFE) has received validation from the certification body of Association Francaise de Normalisation (AFNOR) for its MicroSEQ Listeria spp.
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In science:

Thus R is characteristic in C and NT (C ) must normalise R .
Transitive simple subgroups of wreath products in product action
Since A and B are not conjugate in T , we have that N2 ∩ T = NT (A) ∩ NT (B ) = A ∩ B = C , and, since C is self-normalising in T , we also have N1∩T = C .
Transitive simple subgroups of wreath products in product action
If T ∼= Sp4(q) then the field automorphism group Φ so T N2 = Aut(T ) (see [Atlas]). normalises A and B .
Transitive simple subgroups of wreath products in product action
For any 1-cycle C in Xn , one denotes by ν : ¯C → P1 × (P1)n the normalisation of its compactification.
The additive dilogarithm
Let E be an el liptic curve defined over a number field K . A K -modular parametrisation of E is a non-constant algebraic map φ : X1 (M ) → E , for some positive integer M , defined over K that we normalise by requiring that φ sends the 0-cusp to the origin. 2.
Belyi parametrisations of elliptic curves and congruence defects
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