# Exponential

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Exponential

Exponential may refer to any of several mathematical topics related to exponentiation, including:
*Exponential function, also:
**Matrix exponential, the matrix analogue to the above
*Exponential decay
*Exponential growth
*Exponential map, in differential geometry
*Exponential notation, also known as scientific notation, or standard form
*Exponential object, in category theory
*Exponential time, in complexity theory
*in probability and statistics:
**Exponential distribution
**Exponential family
**Exponential smoothing
*Topics listed at list of exponential topics

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* Exponential (record label)
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• Exponential — Ex po*nen tial, a. [Cf. F. exponentiel.] 1. Pertaining to exponents; involving variable exponents; as, an exponential expression; exponential calculus; an exponential function. [1913 Webster] 2. changing over time in an exponential manner, i. e.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

• exponenţial — EXPONENŢIÁL, Ă, exponenţiali, e, adj. (mat.) Care are un exponent (2) variabil, nedeterminat sau necunoscut. ♦ (Despre funcţii) A cărei variabilă independentă apare într un exponent. [pr.: ţi al] – Din fr. exponentiel. Trimis de ana zecheru,… …   Dicționar Român

• exponential — ex‧po‧nen‧tial [ˌekspəˈnenʆl◂] adjective ECONOMICS exponential growth/​increase/​rise etc a rate of growth that becomes faster and faster over time: • Tropical diseases are becoming more common in affluent parts of the world due to an… …   Financial and business terms

• exponential — 1704, from EXPONENT (Cf. exponent) + AL (Cf. al) (1). As a noun, from 1784. Related: Exponentially …   Etymology dictionary

• exponential — ► ADJECTIVE 1) (of an increase) becoming more and more rapid. 2) Mathematics of or expressed by a mathematical exponent. DERIVATIVES exponentially adverb …   English terms dictionary

• exponential — [eks΄pō nen′shəl, eks΄pō nen′chəl] adj. 1. Math. a) of or relating to an exponent b) involving a variable or unknown quantity as an exponent 2. of or increasing by extraordinary proportions exponentially adv …   English World dictionary

• exponential — adjective Date: 1704 1. of or relating to an exponent 2. involving a variable in an exponent < 10x is an exponential expression > 3. expressible or approximately expressible by an exponential function; especially characterized by or being an… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

• Exponential — Die Mathematik bezeichnet als Exponentialfunktion eine Funktion der Form mit der Basis . In der gebräuchlichsten Form sind dabei für den Exponenten x die reellen Zahlen zugelassen. Im Gegensatz zu den Potenzfunktionen, bei denen die Basis die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

• exponential — ex|po|nen|tial [ˌekspəˈnenʃəl] adj technical 1.) exponential growth/increase etc exponential growth, increase etc becomes faster as the amount of the thing that is growing increases ▪ an exponential increase in travel 2.) using a small number or… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

• exponential — ex·po·nen·tial .ek spə nen chəl adj expressible or approximately expressible by an exponential function <an exponential growth rate> ex·po·nen·tial·ly nench (ə )lē adv * * * ex·po·nen·tial (ek″spə nenґshəl) denoting a… …   Medical dictionary