Definitions for "Propagation"
Keywords:  asexual, seed, grafts, spores, division
The act of propagating; continuance or multiplication of the kind by generation or successive production; as, the propagation of animals or plants.
Producing multiple plants from a single plant.
Plants can be propagated sexually (via seed) or asexually (through cuttings, layering, grafts, or root/bulb division). Propagation should always be performed with clean, sterilized tools to prevent the spread of disease. Plants undergoing asexual propagation undergo stress and special consideration should go toward providing it nutrients that can be easily absorbed (see liquid fertilizers). In the case of cuttings, root hormones or willow water should be considered.
Once InterNIC announces that your domain name has been registered, or that changes have been made to it, it can take anywhere between 12 and 72 hours for the domain/changes to become active throughout the world. All ISPs must update their records ( DNS tables) to reflect new site locations. This process is called propagation. During propagation, your site might be accessible from one ISP and not from another. It is advisable to wait 72 hours before you officially open/announce your site. After the propagation across the Internet has completed, you will then be able to use your domain name.
The time it takes for your DNS settings to register across the Internet and become completely active.
The time it takes for your domain name to be recognized globally by DNS. This process takes about 3 to 7 days.
The direction of motion of a wave though a medium. One dimensional (for example a slinky) waves propagate in a straight line. Two dimensional waves may propagate in a straight line (plane waves) or in all directions on a surface (circular waves on a pond/ ripple/tank). Three dimensional waves can propagate in all directions (like a light bulb illuminating a room). Back to Wave Index
The detonation of a charge by shock or pressure from an adjacent explosion. QUARRY CORD – Burns with an external flame at a rate of one and one-half feet per second, and is used for firing multiple charges simultaneously. ROUND – A group or set of blast holes constituting a complete cut or shot.
To transmit in the form of a wave.
The spreading abroad, or extension, of anything; diffusion; dissemination; as, the propagation of sound; the propagation of the gospel.
The spread of the action potential down an axon, caused by successive destabilizations of the neuronal membrane.
the spreading of something (a belief or practice) into new regions
Keywords:  pseudostem, prostrate
Prostrate Pseudostem
Propagation is the ritual of increasing the Bloodcount associated with a particular Bloodname. A Bloodcount reduced by Reaving may be increased on the advice of the scientist caste and after a vote of the Grand Council. This motion may be opposed by a Trial of Refusal known as a Trial of Propagation, but no penalty attaches to either the aggressor or the defender in this case. (see Trial of Reaving)
Keywords:  pruning
Propagation (1994) is an album by the American ambient musician Robert Rich. This album is an expression of Rich’s interest in biology and is a tribute to the proliferation of organic life in all its forms. It features a complex range of world music influences, just tunings and guest performers, similar to Rainforest (1989).
Telling non-premies about Maharaji and Knowledge. Generally limited these days to invitations to a video program.
the characteristics of different radio frequency transmissions, generally in regard to usable distance in relation to frequency and time of day
The movement of light through a fiber from transmitter to receiver, usually constrained to the core of the fiber, but sometimes utilizing the cladding as a portion of the waveguide.
Of a chain letter variation at a given time, the number of receipts in the month following. Propagation measures the replicative success of a letter and is presumed to be roughly correlated with its frequency of appearance in our dated collection. CLEVO
the continuous successive chain extension in a polymer chain reaction.
The LTMS performs propositional inference, determining whether its Propositional Theory is consistent. Propagate the values in the TMS to compute the logical inferences of the current set of Clause
Keywords:  replenishes, quantity
Replenishes quantity
Keywords:  neural, errors, learning, net, layers
The passing of values and errors through the different layers of a neural net during its learning process.
the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production
the automatic application of an operation to selected objects in a network when the operation is applied to some starting object in the network
The radiation of signal energy through a physical area or space.
When a principal, having been authorized access to some object, in turn authorizes access to another principal.