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Meanings and phrases

linear

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adj.
  1. designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree; additive
  2. of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension; one-dimensional
  3. of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input; analogue; analog
  4. (of a leaf shape) long and narrow; elongate
  5. measured lengthwise; running

Linear A

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n.
  1. an undeciphered writing system used in Crete in the 17th century B.C.

Linear B

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n.
  1. a syllabic script used in Greece in the 13th century B.C.

linear accelerator

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n.
  1. ions are accelerated along a linear path by voltage differences on electrodes along the path; linac

linear algebra

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n.
  1. the part of algebra that deals with the theory of linear equations and linear transformation
E.g.
  • The domain studying these matters is called numerical linear algebra.
  • An example of an external binary operation is scalar multiplication in linear algebra.
  • Today, the theory rests on advanced topics in linear algebra, algebra and combinatorics.

linear equation

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n.
  1. a polynomial equation of the first degree

linear leaf

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n.
  1. a long slender leaf; elongate leaf

linear measure

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n.
  1. a unit of measurement of length; linear unit

linear operator

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n.
  1. an operator that obeys the distributive law: A(f+g) = Af + Ag (where f and g are functions)
E.g.
  • This defines another bounded linear operator , the adjoint of .
  • A linear operator is a map that inputs a ket and outputs a ket.
  • In other words, if is a linear operator and is a ket, then is another ket.

linear perspective

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n.
  1. the appearance of things relative to one another as determined by their distance from the viewer; perspective

linear programming

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n.
  1. a mathematical technique used in economics; finds the maximum or minimum of linear functions in many variables subject to constraints
E.g.
  • Mathematical models also include those in game theory, linear programming, and econometrics.
  • In applied economics, input-output models employing linear programming methods are quite common.
  • In 1984, Karmarkar's algorithm for linear programming was developed by mathematician Narendra Karmarkar.

linear regression

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n.
  1. the relation between variables when the regression equation is linear: e.g., y = ax + b; rectilinear regression
E.g.
  • (2008) discusses this for clustered errors in linear regression.
  • A basic tool for econometrics is the multiple linear regression model.

linear unit

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n.
  1. a unit of measurement of length; linear measure

metric linear unit

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n.
  1. a linear unit of distance in metric terms
n.
  1. linear accelerator that uses microwaves

nautical linear unit

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n.
  1. a linear unit of distance used in navigation

linear combination

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E.g.
  • ", moving in a linear combination of up and forward.
  • a linear combination as a weighted sum) of basis states.
  • The Lie bracket of pairs of generators is a linear combination of generators from the set, i.e.

linear time

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E.g.
  • Such a factorisation can be found in linear time.
  • A linear time dependence was incorrectly assumed.
  • Additionally, acyclic FSAs can be minimized in linear time.

linear equations

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E.g.
  • Another way of solving the same system of linear equations is by substitution.
  • The simplest equations to solve are linear equations that have only one variable.
  • Another application of matrices is in the solution of systems of linear equations.

linear group

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E.g.
  • See also general linear group over finite fields.
  • The group "N" is known as the special linear group SL(3).
  • Thus, the set of such matrices (of fixed size "n") form a group known as the special linear group.

linear map

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E.g.
  • A rotation of axes is a linear map and a rigid transformation.
  • The map is a linear map from to .
  • If is a linear map, then the "transpose" (or "dual") is defined by for every .

linear system

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E.g.
  • A linear system will have no tune shift with amplitude.
  • A linear system that is not time-invariant can be solved using other approaches such as the Green function method.
  • However, even in a linear system in which the power quantity is the product of two linearly related quantities (e.g.

general linear

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E.g.
  • See also general linear group over finite fields.
  • ANOVA is considered to be a special case of linear regression which in turn is a special case of the general linear model.
  • The group of units is denoted by GL(2,"R"), adopting notation from the general linear group, where "R" is usually taken to be a field.
E.g.
  • As re-defined in 2006, TDB is a linear transformation of TCB.
  • In particular, is a linear transformation up to a small error term.
  • In the limit as v and w tend to zero, it must therefore be a linear transformation.

linear combinations

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E.g.
  • Compound and adjugate matrices appear when computing determinants of linear combinations of matrices.
  • An interesting question is whether there are other additive polynomials except these linear combinations.
  • Electron states are best represented by time-depending "mixtures" (linear combinations) of multiple orbitals.

linear function

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E.g.
  • In case of linear function, "at no point is there an attempt to show that the equation's graph really is a line.
  • Linear phase Linear phase is a property of a filter, where the phase response of the filter is a linear function of frequency.
  • The simplest case, apart from the trivial case of a constant function, is when is a linear function of , meaning that the graph of is a line.

linear model

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E.g.
  • ANOVA is considered to be a special case of linear regression which in turn is a special case of the general linear model.
  • The analysis of variance has been studied from several approaches, the most common of which uses a linear model that relates the response to the treatments and blocks.
  • It is a kind of hierarchical linear model, which assumes that the data being analysed are drawn from a hierarchy of different populations whose differences relate to that hierarchy.

linear leaves

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E.g.
  • It has two to four linear leaves, 7–15 cm long.
  • It has narrow linear leaves, which are white-woolly beneath.
  • Between three and five linear leaves emerge at the base, each leaf long and wide.

linear village

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E.g.
  • The village itself is a linear village with roughly 13 houses.
  • It is a linear village with individual houses and farms all along the main road.
  • Sessay Sessay is a small, linear village and civil parish in North Yorkshire, England.

leaves are linear

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E.g.
  • The leaves are linear and greyish green, and up to long.
  • The leaves are linear to almost cylindrical, long and wide.
  • The leaves are linear, 20–40 cm long.

linear park

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E.g.
  • The railway is separated from the linear park by a stout safety fence.
  • The Ward River Valley Park is a large linear park on the banks of the Ward River.
  • It forms what trail managers, Northamptonshire County Council, describe as a linear park.

linear in shape

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E.g.
  • The petals are a linear in shape and similar in size to the sepals.
  • The dorsal sepal is erect, linear in shape, long, wide with a pointed end.
  • The leaves are 5 to 15 centimeters long and linear in shape with lobes near the ends.

system of linear

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E.g.
  • Another way of solving the same system of linear equations is by substitution.
  • Near the northern and southern inner walls is a system of linear rilles in the surface.
  • In 1986 Baron and Kenny introduced principles for detecting and evaluating mediation in a system of linear equations.

linear functional

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E.g.
  • Such a row acts on R as a linear functional by ordinary matrix multiplication.
  • Let formula_166 be the linear functional on formula_167 given by formula_168 for formula_169.
  • For every vector in a Hilbert space , the mapping defines a continuous linear functional on .

linear differential

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E.g.
  • Euler's notation is useful for stating and solving linear differential equations.
  • Other examples are solutions of linear differential equations with polynomial coefficients.
  • A linear differential equation with constant coefficients is transformed into an easily solvable algebraic equation.

linear relationship

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E.g.
  • In general, a linear relationship between two second-order tensors is a fourth-order tensor.
  • This linear relationship was described by Robert Hooke in 1676, for whom Hooke's law is named.
  • The linear relationship between the MSD and time "t" allows for graphical methods to determine the diffusivity constant "D".

more linear

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E.g.
  • Eukaryotic genomes are composed of one or more linear DNA chromosomes.
  • The second series followed a more linear structure, although it retained the stand-up sequences.
  • However, a firefight had been anticipated and the French infantry had accordingly advanced in more linear formation.
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