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### Literary usage of Dyadics

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**1.** *An Introduction to Electrodynamics from the Standpoint of the Electron Theory* by Leigh Page (1922)

"«A **dyadics**. A dyadic is a sum of a number of dyads. The first vector in each dyad
is called the antecedent, and the second the consequent. ..."**2.** *The Scientific Papers of J. Willard Gibbs* by Josiah Willard Gibbs (1906)

"If two **dyadics** $ and ¥ are such that they are said to be homologous. If any number
of **dyadics** are homologous to one another, and any other **dyadics** are ..."**3.** *Elements of Vector Analysis Arranged for the Use of Students in Physics* by Josiah Willard Gibbs (1884)

"If two **dyadics** 0 and fare such that they are said to be homologous. if any number
of **dyadics** are homologous to one another, and any other **dyadics** are formed ..."**4.** *The Cambridge Colloquium: 1916* by Griffith Conrad Evans, Oswald Veblen (1918)

"In other words, to multiply two **dyadics** Ai and Ai according to (c) is the same
thing as multiplying their respective matrices; the algebra of **dyadics** is the ..."**5.** *Elements of Vector Algebra* by Ludwik Silberstein (1919)

"Thus, expressions such as <r + a . b will again be **dyadics**, and require no further
explanations. To close this section it will be enough to make a few ..."**6.** *Some Invariants and Covariants of Ternary Collineations* by Henry Bayard Phillips (1907)

"With two **dyadics** AAf , BB' is connected a form ABA' B' which Gibbs called the
... It is formed by multiplying the **dyadics** distributively, each pair of terms ..."**7.** *Colloquium Lectures* by American Mathematical Society (1918)

"In other words, to multiply two **dyadics** At and At according to (c) is the same
thing as multiplying their respective matrices; the algebra of **dyadics** is the ..."