Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a term in group theory designating a type of commutative group.
|in maths, a kind of mapping function.
|having the properties of a bijection, a kind of mapping function.
|the number of elements in a given mathematical set.
|a set of values that a function is allowed to take.
|a set which when added to another set results in a larger set.
|the property of varying concomitantly.
|a function of the coefficients and variables of a given function which is invariant under a linear transformation except for a factor equal to a power of the determinant of the transformation.
|the correlated variation of two or more variables.
|to vary in a covariant way.
|relating to a difference (noun) the product of the derivative of a function of one variable by the increment of the independent variable
|(Adv.) DIFFERENTIAL, relating to a difference.
|each of a set of independent functions which are the solutions to a given differential equation.
|mathematical term relating to solutions of an equation.
|a vector which when operated on by a given operator gives a scalar multiple of that vector.
|a type of mathematical set.
|of a function of a complex variable, having a derivative at each point of its domain.
|a type of transformation that maps straight lines onto another plane.
|being a one to one mathematical function.
|a function to be integrated.
|pertaining to the maximum (noun) an element of a mathematical set that is followed by no other
|the highest value in a set of minimum values.
|relating to the minimum (noun) a term in a mathematical set preceding all others
|(Adv.) MINIMAL, relating to the minimum.
|orthogonal with the integral of the square of each function over a specified interval equal to one.
|to set parameters for.
|to set parameters for.
|the arrangement of a set of things in every possible order.
|a rational integral homogeneous function of two or more variables.
|of or like a quantic, a homogeneous algebraic function of two or more variables.
|of the fourth degree; (noun) a function, curve or surface of the fourth degree.
|involving or designating a repeated procedure such that the required result at each step except the last is given in terms of the result(s) of the next step.
|(Adv.) RECURSIVE, involving or designating a repeated procedure such that the required result at each step except the last is given in terms of the result(s) of the next step.
|a mathematical set contained within a larger set.
|a set that includes all the elements of another set plus further elements.
|in maths, a maximum bound.
|a mapping function in which all elements in one set correspond to all elements in another set.
|relating to surjection, a mapping function in which all elements in one set correspond to all elements in another set.