orthogonal directions

orthogonal directions
взаимноперпендикулярные линии

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  • orthogonal — orthogonal, ale, aux [ ɔrtɔgɔnal, o ] adj. • 1520; du lat. d o. gr. orthogonus « à angle droit » ♦ Géom. Qui forme un angle droit, qui se fait à angle droit. ⇒ perpendiculaire. Deux droites orthogonales. Vecteurs orthogonaux deux à deux.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Orthogonal — Orthogonalité L équation régissant la propagation de la chaleur se résout à l aide de l orthogonalité dans un espace de dimension infinie. En mathématiques, l orthogonalité est un concept d algèbre linéaire associé à une forme bilinéaire. Un cas… …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Ko shogi — Kō shōgi (廣将棋 or 廣象棋 wide (elephant) chess ) is a large board variant of shogi, or Japanese chess. The game dates back to the turn of the 18th century and is based on xiangqi and go as well as shogi. Credit for its invention has been given to… …   Wikipedia

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  • Chu shogi — Shogi variants Standard shogi (9×9, drops) Small variants Nana shogi (3×3) Dōbutsu shōgi (3×4, for children) Micro shogi (4×5) Minishogi (5×5) Kyoto shogi (5×5) …   Wikipedia

  • Monotone polygon — Green indicates one intersection, blue indicates two intersections, and red indicates three or more. The top two polygons are monotone with respect to L while the bottom two are not. In geometry, a polygon P in the plane is called monotone with… …   Wikipedia

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