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• affinely — adverb In an affine manner …   Wiktionary

• affinely — af·fine·ly …   English syllables

• affinely — adverb see affine III …   Useful english dictionary

• affine — affinely, adv. /a fuyn , euh fuyn , af uyn/, n. 1. a person related to one by marriage. adj. Math. 2. assigning finite values to finite quantities. 3. of or pertaining to a transformation that maps parallel lines to parallel lines and finite… …   Universalium

• Extended real number line — Positive infinity redirects here. For the band, see Positive Infinity. In mathematics, the affinely extended real number system is obtained from the real number system R by adding two elements: +∞ and −∞ (read as positive infinity and negative… …   Wikipedia

• Torsion tensor — In differential geometry, the notion of torsion is a manner of characterizing a twist or screw of a moving frame around a curve. The torsion of a curve, as it appears in the Frenet Serret formulas, for instance, quantifies the twist of a curve… …   Wikipedia

• James Anderson (computer scientist) — For other people of the same name, see James Anderson (disambiguation). James Anderson is an academic staff member in the School of Systems Engineering at the University of Reading, England. He is currently teaching compilers, algorithms, and… …   Wikipedia

• IEEE 754-1985 — The IEEE Standard for Binary Floating Point Arithmetic (IEEE 754) is the most widely used standard for floating point computation, and is followed by many CPU and FPU implementations. The standard defines formats for representing floating point… …   Wikipedia

• Affine transformation — In geometry, an affine transformation or affine map or an affinity (from the Latin, affinis , connected with ) between two vector spaces (strictly speaking, two affine spaces) consists of a linear transformation followed by a translation::x… …   Wikipedia

• Limit of a sequence — n n sin(1/n) 1 0.841471 2 0.958851 ... 10 0.998334 ... 100 0.999983 As the positive integer n becomes larger and larger …   Wikipedia