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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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As shown in Figure 10, the approach flow is deflected both in Z-plane and Y-plane.
It is true that the surface becomes smooth when transforming from the Z-plane to the T-plane and the calculation of the flux density is much easier in the T-plane.
i] (prevertices) in the z-plane which should be mapped to their corresponding points [w.
The symmetry of the PCPW structure allows analysis performed on one of quadrants in the z-plane and then uses equivalent circuit principle to evaluate the even mode p.
In Figure 17, the patterns in the Y Z-plane are shown.
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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.
Real-time correction in the z-plane is possible with this system, which is part of the firmware installed in the microscope.
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.