scalar variable


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scalar variable

In programming, a variable that contains only one value. See scalar.
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Characterization of isotropic damage using double scalar variables, International Journal of Damage Mechanics 11: 3-25.
it might be the residence hall in which a student might live, or his or her major); the final variable was the scalar variable (e.
When that last part is written like a summation of the scalar valued functions of the damage scalar variables that multiplies the fourth-order constitutive tensors, the resulting model is so-called scalar damage model.
A program in SSA form has two main properties: each scalar variable is assigned a value by at most one statement, and there is only one definition for each use of the variable.
If the insertion does not destroy the scale, they infer that the attitude of the justices toward the assumed scalar variable determines the choices of the justices whose votes were scale-consistent.
In certain situations, a minimal unrolled graph can be used to recover the value of a dynamically noncurrent scalar variable in an optimized program.