scalar field

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scalar field (plural scalar fields)

  1. (mathematics, physics) A function that assigns a scalar value to every point in space.
  2. (mathematics, linear algebra) The field (algebraic structure) for which scalar multiplication is defined for a given vector space; field of scalars.

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