- n. linear algebra The change in magnitude of a vector that does not change in direction under a given linear transformation; a scalar factor by which an eigenvector is multiplied under such a transformation.
- n. (mathematics) any number such that a given square matrix minus that number times the identity matrix has a zero determinant
- eigen- + value (Wiktionary)
“I'm afraid we will never know as the eigenvalue of Monckton's complex number is imaginary, also known as 'Lord'.”
“Had someone noticed, "igon value" could have been switched to "eigenvalue" in time to deny Pinker the mocking bludgeon of the "Igon Value Problem.”
“It came as a result of his dissatisfaction with the quantum condition in Bohr's orbit theory and his belief that atomic spectra should really be determined by some kind of eigenvalue problem.”
“An '' 'eigenvalue' '' of a square [[matrix]] A is a [[complex number]]”
“This is in reference to a faulty transcription of "eigenvalue" Gladwell makes in an article about Nassim Taleb.”
“Realistically, Pinker would have bludgeoned Gladwell with something else if he'd corrected the spelling of "eigenvalue" in time for the book.”
“eigenvalue" in time to deny Pinker the mocking bludgeon of the "Igon Value Problem.”
“Transcendental equations came up many times as mathematical physics developed — especially in boundary value and eigenvalue problems.”
“Reviewing What The Dog Saw for the New York Times, Pinker slapped Gladwell like this: He ... quotes an expert speaking about an \ "igon value\" (that\'s eigenvalue, a basic concept in linear algebra).”
“He ... quotes an expert speaking about an "igon value" (that's eigenvalue, a basic concept in linear algebra).”
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Loanwords of German origin, so-called 'untranslatable' words, compound words, slang, and words which I (dis)like immensely.
List of German words in the English language, not necessarily with the same meaning. For times you want to sound über-smart.
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Tommy: It's me belt, Turkish.
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