
Definition of Bilinear
1. Adjective. Linear with respect to each of two variables or positions.
Definition of Bilinear
1. a. Of, pertaining to, or included by, two lines; as, bilinear coördinates.
Definition of Bilinear
1. Adjective. (context: mathematics of a function in two variables) Linear (preserving linear combinations) in each variable. ¹
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Definition of Bilinear
1. pertaining to two lines [adj]
Medical Definition of Bilinear
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Literary usage of Bilinear
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1. Catalogue of Scientific Papers, 18001900: Subject Indexby Royal Society (Great Britain), Herbert McLeod by Royal Society (Great Britain), Herbert McLeod (1908)
"Mth. A. 50 (1898) 557. Loewy, A. Ac. Nt. CN Acta 71 (1898) 377; Fundamental
systems and bilinear forms. — permutable into given bilinear form. ..."
2. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1902)
"Reduction of a bilinear form by biorthogonal substitutions. ... By this means he
proves the possibility of reducing the given bilinear form with two ..."
3. Introduction to Higher Algebra by Maxime Bôcher (1907)
"CHAPTER VIII bilinear FORMS 36. The Algebraic Theory. Before entering on the
study of quadratic forms, which will form the subject of the next five chapters ..."
4. Sophus Lie's 1880 Transformation Group Paper by Sophus Lie, Robert Hermann (1975)
"LIE ALGEBRAS ASSOCIATED WITH bilinear SYSTEMS Consider an inputoutput ...
We say that the system 9.1 is a bilinear (stationary system if it is of the ..."
5. COR Generalized Functions, Current Algebras, and Control by Robert Hermann (1994)
"My point of view in this Volume is that timeinvariant bilinear Systes are a ...
Solutions of timeinvariant bilinear systems of formal power series type ..."
6. The Theory of Determinants and Their Applications by Robert Forsyth Scott (1904)
"APPLICATIONS TO bilinear AND QUADRATIC FORMS. 1. A bilinear form is an expression
which is linear and homogeneous in each of two sets of independent ..."
7. Higher Geometry: An Introduction to Advanced Methods in Analytic Geometry by Frederick Shenstone Woods (1922)
"If we call a singular bilinear locus one defined by the equation (1) when AD —SC=
0, and a nonsingular bilinear locus one defined by (1) when AD —BC 3= 0, ..."
8. Introduction to the Theory of Analytic Functions by James Harkness, Frank Morley (1898)
"CHAPTER V. THE bilinear TRANSFORMATION OF A PLANE INTO ITSELF. ... The bilinear
transformation Xl = (ax, + b)l(cxt + d) converts a point xa of the jrplane ..."