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world line

See spacetime.

world line

[′wərld ‚līn]
(relativity)
A path in four-dimensional space-time that represents a continuous sequence of events relating to a given particle.
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A world line contains the information that in the VHDL community is known as a driver set (a schedule of pending changes).
The world line element in Schwarzschild's field is well known to be given by [1]
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s Vitamin World line is situated between the entrance and the pharmacy.
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