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collinear

[kə′lin·ē·ər]
(mathematics)
Lying on a single straight line.
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Visualizing this field configuration with the aid of Figures 2, 3, and 5, reveals that, within the plasma, at increasing radial values, the magnetic field, together with its collinear current density, wrap the axis of the current stream with a continuously increasing helical pitch angle.
The method suggested by Pindyck and Rubinfeld (1998) was utilized to identify which learning style variables are highly collinear and candidates for exclusion from the student achievement regression model.
Technically, time-invariant characteristics of the countries are perfectly collinear with the cross-sections dummies.
2002); and 2) a low anomaly beneath the Llanos foreland basin, which has not been previously documented but may represent the continuation of a deeply buried Jurassic rift collinear with the Espino and Apure-Mantecal rifts known in Venezuela (Ostos et al.
Suppose that no 3 consecutive points of A are collinear.
Homogeneous planar STIT tessellations only have T-shaped vertices, which means that in any vertex there are three outgoing edges and two of them are collinear.
To ensure that any clusters discovered by this method were not explained by collinear space--time clustering of other variables, we investigated tick instar, stage of engorgement, host species (cat, dog, human, or other), and year of collection as explanatory variables and infection status of submitted I.
GDP though not collinear with other variables was insignificant where as Outflow, Export and imports were highly collinear.
2008) and projection profiling based algorithms are constructed on the presumption that parallel lines of text will generate collinear agglomerations of foreground pixels, but use different mathematic representations of the idea.
In the case that the intersection of the constructed object and straight line is exactly on edge or on top of the object and if straight line is collinear with the edge of the object is very difficult to determine the number of intersections.
We were unable to include other proxies of US security--such as US military aid or US ODA to recipients--because the data were too collinear with the data for US military personnel and other covariates.