hyperbolic distance

hyperbolic distance

[¦hī·pər¦bäl·ik ′dis·təns]
(electromagnetism)
A function of pairs of points within a unit circle, where the interior of this circle is a conformal or projective representation of a hyperbolic space used in transmission line theory and waveguide analysis.
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Using this and the explicit formula of the hyperbolic distance in the upper half-plane model (see Section 2), we obtain that [absolute value of [gamma]'(u)][[absolute value of [t.
These co-founders of non-Euclidean geometry proposed, independently of each other, a 2-body problem in hyperbolic space for which the attraction is proportional to the area of the sphere of radius equal to the hyperbolic distance between the bodies.
Further, the hyperbolic distance between two points A and X ([[delta].