**Scalar** may refer to:

- Scalar (mathematics), a quantity that can multiply vectors in the context of vector spaces
- Scalar (physics), a quantity which is independent of specific classes of coordinate systems
- Scalar (computing), an atomic quantity that can hold only one value at a time

### Other articles related to "scalar":

Lichnerowicz Formula

... the Laplace–Beltrami operator acting on spinors, in which the

... the Laplace–Beltrami operator acting on spinors, in which the

**scalar**curvature appears in a natural way ... differential equations, results concerning the**scalar**curvature, and results on spinors and spin structures ... S, the Lichnerowicz formula states that on a section ψ of S, where Sc denotes the**scalar**curvature and is the connection Laplacian ...String Frame And Einstein Frame

... The Lagrangian in

... The Lagrangian in

**scalar**-tensor theory can be expressed in the Jordan frame in which the**scalar**field or some function of it multiplies the Ricci**scalar**, or in the Einstein ...**Scalar**Expectancy - Animal Mechanism

... The

**scalar**expectancy theory posits that animals make choices based on a single sample ... are posited to make estimates of the time to reinforcement delivery using a

**scalar**-timing process ... This

**scalar**-timing process rescales estimates for different values of the interval being timed ...

**Scalar**Implicature - References

... 'Implicitures Cancelability and Non-detachability', Angelika Kratzer,

**Scalar**Implicatures Are There Any? Workshop on Polarity,

**Scalar**Phenomena, and Implicatures ... than adults experimental investigations of

**scalar**implicature", Cognition 2001, vol ...

**Scalar**Expectancy

... The

**Scalar**timing or

**scalar**expectancy theory (SET) is a model that posits an internal clock, and particular memory and decision processes ...