
Definition of Parametric
1. Adjective. Of or relating to or in terms of a parameter. "Parametric equation"
Definition of Parametric
1. Adjective. of, relating to, or defined using parameters ¹
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Definition of Parametric
1. [adj]
Medical Definition of Parametric
1. Relating to the parametrium, or structures immediately adjacent to the uterus. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Parametric
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1. Analytic Geometry by Wallace Alvin Wilson, Joshua Irving Tracey (1915)
"parametric Equations of the Circle. — As usual wo take the origin at the ...
parametric Equations of the Ellipse. — Suppose we have a circle of radius a ..."
2. Analytic Geometry by Norman Colman Riggs (1910)
"parametric equations. A single equation connecting two variables, which can be
solved for one of the variables, may always be replaced by two equations ..."
3. The Elements of Analytic Geometry by Percey Franklyn Smith, Arthur Sullivan Gale (1904)
"Find parametric equations of the circle whose center is the origin and whose ...
The parameter in the parametric equations of a curve may be chosen in a ..."
4. Differential and Integral Calculus: An Introductory Course for Colleges and by Lorrain Sherman Hulburt (1912)
"One of the advantages of using parametric equations is that, in case /(0 and g(f)
are rational functions of t, it is a simple matter to substitute values ..."
5. Multivariate Analysis and Its Applications by Theodore Wilbur Anderson, Kʻaitʻai Fang, Ingram Olkin (1994)
"Local regression can be modified in a simple way to produce conditionally parametric
fits. The coplot is a graphical method that is particularly helpful for ..."
6. Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry by William Fogg Osgood, William Caspar Graustein (1921)
"parametric Representation of a Curve. The Straight Line. Given a directed straight
line passing through the point P0 : (a^, y0, z0) and having the direction ..."
7. New Analytic Geometry by Percey Franklyn Smith, Arthur Sullivan Gale (1912)
"Locus problems solved by parametric equations. parametric equations are important
because it is sometimes easy in locus problems to express the coordinates ..."
8. Mixture Models: Theory, Geometry, and Applications by Bruce G. Lindsay (1995)
"In the other, the latent distributions is assumed to come from some parametric
family of continuous distributions. 3.1. Discrete versus continuous. ..."