Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having any number, n, of dimensions: as, an n-dimensional space.
- adj. mathematics Having n dimensions.
“The definition answers the others: the “equilibrium” would be defined as the point on the n-dimensional graph of policy choices, housing size, housing location, housing quality, etc. that resulted in the highest net satisfaction.”
“Number of points in n-dimensional space in a volume of any size at all around the optimal point: uncountable.”
“Does jwest understand multivarients and n-dimensional systems?”
“Since we cannot directly visualize objects in n-dimensional space, Poincaré asked whether there is a test for recognizing when a shape is the three-sphere by performing measurements and other operations inside the shape.”
“His carping critics don't realize that he's playing a subtle, n-dimensional chess game that's beyond the comprehension of mere mortals.”
“Just imagine n-dimensional space and set n to whatever you want.”
“Intuitively, the space of Kaldor-Hicks improvements is so much larger than the space of Pareto improvements see this graph and imagine an n-dimensional space with n=population, that it seems very unlikely that a random sequence of Kaldor-Hicks improvements will happen to constitute a Pareto improvement.”
“White girl, half his age, red hair cut into some sort of n-dimensional shape that confused him and made him feel old.”
“Anonymous - in my notation which derives from the concepts of differential forms, and I believe is quite widely used in physics, though as I said I've been out of it for a while so maybe it's slightly different these days, the "vector" "dx" represents an n-dimensional differential element.”
“Of course, throughout these two books (there's many others) runs a kind of paradoxical fugue between science and the transcending of science, which makes, in a sense, it IMPOSSIBLE to reject the seductive n-dimensional vistas the authors serve up like a banquet.”
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