### Some articles on *dimension, dimensions*:

**Dimension**

... In the latter, the anomalous scaling

**dimension**of an operator is the contribution of quantum mechanics to the classical scaling

**dimension**of that operator ... The classical scaling

**dimension**of an operator O is determined by dimensional analysis from the Lagrangian (in 4 spacetime

**dimensions**this means

**dimension**1 for ... has the schematic form where g is a coupling constant, is the classical

**dimension**, and is an ultraviolet cutoff (the maximal allowed energy in the loop integrals) ...

**Dimension**

... In computational learning theory, the teaching

**dimension**of a concept class C is defined to be, where is the minimum size of a witness set for c in C ... The teaching

**dimension**of a finite concept class can be used to give a lower and an upper bound on the membership query cost of the concept class ... Stasys Jukna's book "Extremal Combinatorics", a lower bound is given for the teaching

**dimension**Let C be a concept class over a finite domain X ...

**Dimension**- Comparison To Classical

**Dimension**

... If Z is a subset of 2ω, its Hausdorff

**dimension**is ... The packing

**dimension**of Z is ... Thus the effective Hausdorff and packing

**dimensions**of a set are simply the classical Hausdorff and packing

**dimensions**of (respectively) when we restrict our ...

**Dimension**al Modeling -

**Dimension**Normalization

... redundant attributes, which are known in the normal flatten de-normalized

**dimensions**...

**Dimensions**are strictly joined together in sub

**dimensions**... Single data (fact) table surrounded by multiple descriptive (

**dimension**) tables Developers often don't normalize

**dimensions**due to several facts Normalization makes the ...

... Joseph Carens distinguishes three

**dimensions**of citizenship in his book Culture, Citizenship, and Community ... Exploration of Justice as Evenhandedness a legal, psychological and political

**dimension**... The legal

**dimension**refers to the formal rights and duties to the political community to which one belongs, the psychological

**dimension**refers to one’s identification with the political community ...

### More definitions of "dimension":

- (
*noun*): One of three cartesian coordinates that determine a position in space.

- (
*noun*): A construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished.

Synonyms: property, attribute

- (
*noun*): Magnitude or extent.

Synonyms: proportion

- (
*noun*): The magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height).

- (
*verb*): Shape or form to required dimensions.

### Famous quotes containing the word dimension:

“By intervening in the Vietnamese struggle the United States was attempting to fit its global strategies into a world of hillocks and hamlets, to reduce its majestic concerns for the containment of communism and the security of the Free World to a *dimension* where governments rose and fell as a result of arguments between two colonels’ wives.”

—Frances Fitzgerald (b. 1940)

“God cannot be seen: he is too bright for sight; nor grasped: he is too pure for touch; nor measured: for he is beyond all sense, infinite, measureless, his *dimension* known to himself alone.”

—Marcus Minucius Felix (2nd or 3rd cen. A.D.)

“Le Corbusier was the sort of relentlessly rational intellectual that only France loves wholeheartedly, the logician who flies higher and higher in ever-decreasing circles until, with one last, utterly inevitable induction, he disappears up his own fundamental aperture and emerges in the fourth *dimension* as a needle-thin umber bird.”

—Tom Wolfe (b. 1931)