multilinear function

multilinear function

[¦məl·tə‚lin·ē·ər ′fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A function of several variables that is a linear function of each variable when the other variables are given fixed values.
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Various other dependence functions can be reduced to the multilinear function through various transformations.
Abusing notation, we let U denote also the mixed extension of U, that is, the unique multilinear function U: [Sigma] [right arrow] R that agrees with the original U when we identify the elements of S with the corresponding vertices of [Sigma].
and the B(x, y) and C(x, y, z) are multilinear functions and can be denoted as
There have been a number of methods to generalize existing classes of multilinear functions with a view to improving the power and flexibility of analysis for PPS [16], such as the generalized representation of phase derivatives (GRPD) [17], the generalized high-order phase functions (GHOPF) [18].
Wiltshire, "A new class of multilinear functions for polynomial phase signal analysis," IEEE Trans.
n]), and the multilinear functions B(q, p) and C(p, q, r) are defined by

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