orthogonal spaces

orthogonal spaces

[ȯr¦thäg·ən·əl ′spās·əz]
(mathematics)
Two subspaces F and F ′ of a vector space E with a scalar product g such that g (x, x ′) = 0 for any x in F and x ′ in F ′.
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Then, construct orthogonal spaces [[PI].sub.b], [[PI].sup.[perpendicular to].sub.b] as follows:
Galleries are simple, orthogonal spaces with curved roof sections that filter natural light into the interiors.

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