from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Characterised by multiple variables.
- adj. Having multiple degrees of freedom.
- adj. Multivariate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In physical chemistry, having more than one degree of freedom. The variance (V) of a chemical system is expressed by the equation V=c + 2—F, where c is the number of independent components and F is the number of phases in which the system may exist.
The multivariant and ambiguous nature of history, and how it flows through Herodotus' telling, was a continual wellspring for the novel.
I have run through 3 good sources and basically the claim of the effect of doubling CO2 is based on multi dimensional, multivariant computer models.
Possesses the genetic spirit of East-West multivariant styles, but without the form of existing East-West musical styles.
While the show really is transcended by the presence of her, the characters and their relationships are multivariant and colorful as each other.
I do not see much value in trying to force a multivariant panoply of policies and ideologies onto a unidimensional 'left-right' line. close
Wonder how this will pan out with Everything else that is multivariant fractal based ..
: interesting new work from GE will be presented to enable multivariant toxic vapors with RFID technology.