parallel vectors

parallel vectors

[¦par·ə‚lel ′vek·tərz]
(mathematics)
Two nonzero vectors such that one vector equals the product of the other vector and a nonzero scalar.
Two nonzero vectors in a vector space over the real numbers such that one vector equals the product of the other vector and a positive number.
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There is a gab between our students' mental image of parallel vectors (left side picture of Figure 5) and the vector equation of parallel vectors (right side picture of Figure 5).
SYSTEM CASCON controls the PXI-5350 module's I/O channels via HYSCAN[TM], an interface that enables the simultaneous handling of serial and parallel vectors. For system integration, platforms such as National Instruments' LabVIEW, LabWindows, and TestStand can be used.
From (2) we find that [V.sub.ijk] may be expressed in terms of the parallel vector, and parallel tensors of the 2nd Order, while (4) shows that can be expressed in terms of are parallel vectors.
A member of the Israeli Academy of Sciences and Humanities and the International Institute of Philosophy, his scholarship moved along two parallel vectors: a critical examination of modem Continental philosophy and an analysis of modem Jewish thought.
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