quaternion

NOUN
  1. the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one
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How To Use quaternion In A Sentence

  • The quaternion theory functions in Bacon's thought as a constructive element for constituting his own theory of planetary movement and a general theory of physics. Francis Bacon
  • Quaternion definition and geometry meaning were described and quaternion movement equation was introduced.
  • Of arithmetic expressions and assignment statements and generate semantic analysis of quaternion sequence.
  • The cooperative control law for multiple rigid body systems is designed. Numerical results show the attitude quaternion of every rigid body can be controlled to convergently approach its stable value.
  • The Dirac equation is essentially the “square root” of the Klein-Gordon equation in a quaternionic form. Dark Matter: Still Dark.
  • Go to the use of a better (higher group symmetry) modern electrodynamics model (such as quaternion electrodynamics, very close to Maxwell's original theory), and the operation of such asymmetric systems now is included (as it was and is in Maxwell's original 20 quaternion-like equations in 20 unknowns). ZPEnergy.com
  • Recall that when Hamilton passed from complex numbers to quaternions, multiplication lost one of its normal properties: commutativity.
  • Outside the quaternion were the dancing Pauppukkeewis, the Whirlwind, and the fierce and shifty hero, Monobozho, the North-West Nature Mysticism
  • Bacon's bi-quaternion theory necessarily refers to the sublunary as well as to the superlunary world. Francis Bacon
  • But we would maintain, nevertheless, that it is the identical book, and explain this variation in the description by the circumstance that the library having, in the space of nearly two centuries, been materially enriched, numerous works, consisting in many cases only of a single "quaternion," were inserted in the volumes already existing. Notes and Queries, Number 02, November 10, 1849
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