Definition of Segal
1. Noun. United States sculptor (born in 1924).
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Literary usage of Segal
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1. Industrial Combinations and Trusts by William Harrison Spring Stevens (1913)
"Mr. Segal. I wanted that he should divide the sugar securities from the other ... Mr. Segal. Well, I tried different ways to get those securities out and I ..."
2. Cartanian Geometry, Nonlinear Waves, and Control Theory. by Robert Hermann (1980)
"We shall see in the next section that it leads to the Bargmann-Segal representation of the Heisenberg group. 3. COMPLEXIFICATION OF THE GAUSSIAN ..."
3. Topics in the Geometric Theory of Integrable Mechanical Systems by Robert Hermann (1984)
"We shall see that the description is much simpler in terms of the well known Fock-Bargman-Segal representation. To construct it, let H consist of the ..."
4. Defense Policy in the Reagan Administration edited by William P. Snyder, James Brown (1997)
"MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL POLICY IN THE REAGAN YEARS David R. Segal Nathan L. Hibler .ONALD REAGAN'S FIRST TERM in the White House followed a decade of ..."
5. Topics in the Geometric Theory of Linear Systems by Robert Hermann (1984)
"... -BARGMANN-Segal CONSTRUCTION Let us now turn this construction around. Start off with the differential algebra (.d,6), and to two elements b0,c0 E .4'. ..."
6. The Legal Reporter: A Monthly Publication of the Recent and Important by Tennessee Supreme Court, Supreme Court, Tennessee (1878)
"... Segal Information. CONDUCTED BY S O. IB:R,.A.: OF THE NASHVILLE BAR. List of Journals from which Abstracts are taken: NAME. ABBREVIATION. ADDRESS. ..."