- Basis, an ordered basis is also called a "frame"
- Frame bundle, in mathematics is a principal fiber bundle associated with any vector bundle
- Frame of reference, the set of coordinates in which a system is observed
- Frame of a vector space, a generalization of a basis to sets of possibly linearly dependent vectors which also satisfy the frame condition
- Frames and locales, in order theory
- K-frame, a generalization of a basis to linearly independent sets of vectors that need not span the space
- Moving frame, in differential geometry
- Orthonormal frame, in Riemannian geometry
- Projective frame, in projective geometry
- Sampling frame, a set of items or events possible to measure (statistics)
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“It is a monstrous thing to force a child to learn Latin or Greek or mathematics on the ground that they are an indispensable gymnastic for the mental powers. It would be monstrous even if it were true.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)