Definition of Affine. Meaning of Affine. Synonyms of Affine

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Definition of Affine

Affine
Affine Af*fine", v. t. [F. affiner to refine; ? (L. ad) + fin fine. See Fine.] To refine. [Obs.] --Holland.

Meaning of Affine from wikipedia

- Affine (pronounced /əˈfaɪn/) relates to connections or affinities. It may refer to: Affine, a relative by marriage in law and anthropology Affine cipher...
- affine transformation is an automorphism of an affine space (Euclidean spaces are specific affine spaces), that is, a function which maps an affine space...
- In mathematics, an affine space is a geometric structure that generalizes some of the properties of Euclidean spaces in such a way that these are independent...
- In differential geometry, an affine connection is a geometric object on a smooth manifold which connects nearby tangent spaces, so it permits tangent vector...
- algebraic geometry, an affine variety, or affine algebraic variety, over an algebraically closed field k is the zero-locus in the affine space kn of some finite...
- Affine is a provider of high-end analytics services to solve complex business problems. Affine has approximately 450 people across New York, United States...
- Exa**** affine known commercially as the Persian violet, is a species of plant in the family Gentianaceae. It is endemic to Socotra, part of Yemen, though...
- In mathematics, affine geometry is what remains of Euclidean geometry when not using (mathematicians often say "when forgetting") the metric notions of...
- differential geometry, an affine sphere is a hypersurface for which the affine normals all intersect in a single point. The term affine sphere is used because...
- Xanthoconium affine is a species of edible bolete fungus of the genus Xanthoconium. First described as a species of Boletus by Charles Horton Peck in 1873...