linear in English

adj. straight; one dimensional; pertaining to length; involving or resembling lines; narrow and elongated; involving linear functions or equations (Mathematics)
adv. linearly, in the manner of a straight line
adj. linear, straight; pertaining to length; involving or resembling lines; involving linear functions or equations (Mathematics)

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A LINEAR MANIFOLD is an additive homogeneous set (vector subspace) in a vector space.
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A linear mode device is simply a concatenation of existing devices.
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A photometer linear in absorbance to measure radiant energy in terms of absorbance.
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A steel roller was immobile and a 50 nm diameter cast iron roller was rotating at a linear speed 1.3 m per one second.
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A regression was run over the linear region in the plot.
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A complex number A is called an eigenvalue of the linear operator T if there exists a vector (F) such that (F).
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Again, we can also speak of coordinates of the linear complex.
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An extraction the linear component from every beam occurs in the polarization analyzer unit 5.
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Any rational decomposable form factors into linear terms in some algebraic number field.
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But it’s smarter to recognize that the equations above constitute a linear programming (LP) problem.
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designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree: bilinear, additive
of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension: rectilinear, one-dimensional, collinear, linelike, lineal, rectilineal
measured lengthwise: lengthways, running, lengthwise
of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input: analogue, analog
(of a leaf shape) long and narrow: simple, elongate, unsubdivided

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