# Linearly

• (adv): In a linear manner.
Example: "Linearly polarized radiation"

### Some articles on linearly:

Linearly Disjoint
... universal field) are said to be linearly disjoint over k if the following equivalent conditions are met (i) The map induced by is injective ... (ii) Any k-basis of A remains linearly independent over B ... (iii) If are k-bases for A, B, then the products are linearly independent over k ...
Theorems And Definitions In Linear Algebra - Diagonalization - S = S1S2 ∪ ...∪ Sk Is Linearly Indep
... For each let be a finite linearly independent subset of the eigenspace ... Then is a linearly independent subset of V ...
Six Exponentials Theorem - Statement
... xd are d complex numbers that are linearly independent over the rational numbers, and y1, y2...yl are l complex numbers that are also linearly independent over the rational numbers, and if dl > d + l, then at least one. 2 and j = 1, 2, 3, such that λ11, λ12, and λ13 are linearly independent over the rational numbers, and λ11 and λ21 are also linearly independent over the rational numbers ...
Perceptron - Definition
... does not terminate if the learning set is not linearly separable ... If the vectors are not linearly separable learning will never reach a point where all vectors are classified properly ... famous example of the perceptron's inability to solve problems with linearly nonseparable vectors is the boolean exclusive-or problem ...
Four Exponentials Conjecture - Statement
... If x1, x2 and y1, y2 are two pairs of complex numbers, with each pair being linearly independent over the rational numbers, then at least one of the following ... Suppose λ11 and λ12 are linearly independent over the rational numbers, and λ11 and λ21 are also linearly independent over the rational numbers, then An equivalent formulation in terms of linear ... Suppose the two rows of M are linearly independent over the rational numbers, and the two columns of M are linearly independent over the rational numbers ...

### More definitions of "linearly":

• (adv): In a linear fashion.
Example: "It grew linearly"