Definition of Monomials. Meaning of Monomials. Synonyms of Monomials

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Definition of Monomials

Monomial
Monomial Mo*no"mi*al, a. (Alg.) Consisting of but a single term or expression.
Monomial
Monomial Mo*no"mi*al, n. [See Monome, Binomial.] (Alg.) A single algebraic expression; that is, an expression unconnected with any other by the sign of addition, substraction, equality, or inequality.

Meaning of Monomials from wikipedia

- series is a compact way to express the number of monomials of a given degree: the number of monomials of degree d in n variables is the coefficient of...
- set of all monomials. The monomials form a basis because every polynomial may be uniquely written as a finite linear combination of monomials (this is an...
- mathematics, a monomial order (sometimes called a term order or an admissible order) is a total order on the set of all (monic) monomials in a given polynomial...
- Infinite sum of monomials...
- x_{1}^{a_{1}}\cdots x_{n}^{a_{n}}=X^{A}} . Monomials are uniquely defined by their exponent vectors so computers can represent monomials efficiently as exponent vectors...
- In abstract algebra, a monomial ideal is an ideal generated by monomials in a multivariate polynomial ring over a field. A toric ideal is an ideal generated...
- which is a monomial. It is the simplest kind of polynomial after the monomials. A binomial is a polynomial which is the sum of two monomials. A binomial...
- requires the choice of a monomial order, that is a total order, which is compatible with the monoid structure of the monomials. Here "compatible" means...
- In mathematics, a linear representation ρ of a group G is a monomial representation if there is a finite-index subgroup H and a one-dimensional linear...
- largest sum of exponents (for a multivariate polynomial) in any of its monomials; the multiplicative order, that is, the number of times the polynomial...
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