complex plane

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complex plane

n.
A plane whose points have complex numbers as their coordinates.

com′plex plane′



n.
a plane the points of which are complex numbers.
[1905–10]
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A 2D intersection in the model Z-plane was chosen as the optimization domain, level with the middle of the trapezoidal velocity inlets T1 through T6 (Fig.
He then goes through collections such as the glob and opendir/readdir API, enumerating processes and modules, the Fibonacci sequence, container families, environmental maps, the Z-plane, and string tokenization, finishing up with the various forms of iterators.
1](a, b; c; z) has a branch cut discontinuity in the complex z-plane running from 0 to [infinity].