2. Adjective. (mathematics) Able to form a projection ¹
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Literary usage of Projectable
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1. Gauge Fields and Cartan-Ehresmann Connections by Robert Hermann (1975)
"(3.15) By condition (3.3), this is projectable under vi. ... Since the ac are projectable, this means that: Tabc are pull-backs under vi of functions on N. ..."
2. Geometry of Riemannian Spaces by Elie Cartan (1983)
"... the Lie subalgebra of V(X) consisting of the vector fields which are projectable under it. ... on projectable vector fields preserves Jacobi brackets. ..."
3. Making Health Communication Programs Work: A Planner's Guide (1993)
"Qualitative research responses cannot be considered representative of the public, or projectable to the population as a whole. If projectable data are ..."