Trace may refer to:
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... By definition, a semifinite trace (or sometimes just trace) on M is a functional τ from M+ into such that for a, b in M+ and λ, μ ≥ 0 (semilinearity) for a in M+ and u a unitary operator in M (unitary invariance ... on every non-zero projection, then τ is called a faithful trace ... If τ is a faithul trace on M, let H = L2(M, τ) be the Hilbert space completion of the inner product space with respect to the inner product The von Neumann algebra M acts by left multiplication on ...
... A synonym for trail, as in Natchez Trace Trace (tack), part of a draft animal's gear Track and trace, in goods distribution and logistics Trace, a type of eyeblink ...
... Without a Trace Malone v ... Malone (2004) Without a Trace Claus and Effect (2007) ...
... Trace Magazine Born out of the short-lived TRUE magazine, TRACE was started by Grunitzky in London in 1996 ... Beginning life as predominantly an urban culture magazine, TRACE’s identity was quickly influenced by Grunitzky’s nascent interest in what he ... Trace Television In 2003, Grunitzky also launched TRACE TV, the world’s first international urban music channel, with Richard Wayner and Olivier Laouchez, in partnership with Goldman Sachs and ...
... Skolithos (formerly spelt Scolithus or Skolithus) is a common trace fossil ichnogenus whose original form consisted of approximately vertical cylinders ... One well-known occurrence of Cambrian trace fossils is the famous 'Pipe Rock' of northwest Scotland ... Such traces are known worldwide from sands and sandstones deposited in shallow water environments, from the Cambrian Period (541 to 485.4 million years ago) onwards ...
Famous quotes containing the word trace:
“The land of shadows wilt thou trace
And look nor know each others face
The present mixed with reasons gone
And past and present all as one
Say maiden can thy life be led
To join the living with the dead
Then trace thy footsteps on with me
Were wed to one eternity”
—John Clare (17931864)
Something it had never seen before:
Brown eyes that loved without a trace of fear,
Beauty so sudden for that time of year.”
—Jean Toomer (18941967)
“Beauty is a precious trace that eternity causes to appear to us and that it takes away from us. A manifestation of eternity, and a sign of death as well.”
—Eugène Ionesco (b. 1912)