Definition of Dyadics
1. dyadic [n] - See also: dyadic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dyadics
Literary usage of Dyadics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."