motivic
adjective see motive I

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  • motivic — [mō tiv′ik] adj. 〚/span> MOTIVE (n. 2)〛 of or having to do with a musical motif * * * mo·tiv·ic (mō tĭvʹĭk ) adj. Music Of or relating to a motif: sparse motivic improvisations. * * * …   Universalium

  • motivic — MOTÍVIC, Ă adj. (Rar) Referitor la motiv (II, 1). [cf. germ. motovisch]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 15.06.2005. Sursa: DN  MOTÍVIC, Ă adj. referitor la motiv (II, 1). (< germ. motivisch) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …   Dicționar Român

  • motivic — [mō tiv′ik] adj. [< MOTIVE (n. 2)] of or having to do with a musical motif …   English World dictionary

  • motivic — adjective Used as a motif See Also: motivational …   Wiktionary

  • motivic — adj. of or pertaining to a motif …   English contemporary dictionary

  • motivic — [ məʊtɪvɪk] adjective Music relating to a motif or motifs …   English new terms dictionary

  • motivic — mo·ti·vic …   English syllables

  • motivic — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Motivic integration — is a branch of algebraic geometry which was invented by Maxim Kontsevich in 1995 and was developed by Jan Denef and François Loeser. Since its introduction it has proved to be quite useful in various branches of algebraic geometry, most notably… …   Wikipedia

  • Motivic cohomology — is a cohomological theory in mathematics, the existence of which was first conjectured by Alexander Grothendieck during the 1960s. At that time, it was conceived as a theory constructed on the basis of the so called standard conjectures on… …   Wikipedia

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