### Definition of Dyadic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to a dyad or based on two.

Partainyms: Dyad

### Definition of Dyadic

1. a. Pertaining to the number two; of two parts or elements.

### Definition of Dyadic

1. Adjective. Pertaining to the number two; of two parts or elements. ¹

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### Definition of Dyadic

1. a sum of mathematical dyads [n -S]

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Dyadic

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### Literary usage of Dyadic

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1. Electromagnetic Theory by Oliver Heaviside (1893)
"Vector Product of a Vector and a dyadic. The Differentiation of Linear Operators. ... In connection with the dyadic, it should be remarked that we have only ..."

2. Simplified Method of Tracing Rays Through Any Optical System of Lenses by Ludwik Silberstein (1918)
"dyadic representing the most General Reflector. ... Now fl being the product of dyadics of the form i - an . n, is itself a dyadic. ..."

3. The Scientific Papers of J. Willard Gibbs by Josiah Willard Gibbs (1906)
"into which the dyadic may be expanded. We shall call it the determinant of the dyadic, and shall denote it by the notation |*| when the dyadic is expressed ..."

4. An Introduction to Electrodynamics from the Standpoint of the Electron Theory by Leigh Page (1922)
"A dyadic is a sum of a number of dyads. The first vector in each dyad is ... Any dyadic may be reduced to the sum of three dyads. For if the dyadic \Jf is ..."

5. Elements of Vector Analysis Arranged for the Use of Students in Physics by Josiah Willard Gibbs (1884)
"It follows that the scalar product of the three antecedents multiplied by the scalar product of the three consequents of a dyadic expressed as a trinomial ..."