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Adj.1.4-dimensional - involving or relating to the fourth dimension or time
multidimensional - having or involving or marked by several dimensions or aspects; "multidimensional problems"; "a multidimensional proposition"; "a multidimensional personality"
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By moving to N-Flight Planning, Royal Jordanian is fully expecting industry leading flight planning response time, improvements with robust 4-dimensional (4D) calculations that will result in an estimated 2% fuel savings, 20% improvement to staff production, along with greater aircraft utilization.
8] = 256 responses possible to the eight questions and since each of the suits in the diagram does double duty, the diagram really represents a 4-dimensional cube with 16 nodes.
The Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 4-dimensional variational data assimilations systems, Part I--System overview and formulation.
In circa 1954 Synge [2] published a study on the idea of 3-waves propagating in the 4-dimensional Minkowski spacetime.
This time, the assumption on matching size is replaced with a requirement of even distribution of its edges among 4-dimensional subcubes.
I also studied Bradford Skow's critique in his 2015 volume, Objective Becoming, which explores the possibility of a "robust" rather than "anemic" understanding of the "passage of time" (his adjectives) within alternative post-Einsteinian models that undo the separation of temporal from spatial dimensions, producing the useful concept of 4-dimensional spacetime itself.
Tchizawa, "On a local model for finding 4-dimensional duck solutions," in Selected Topics in Mathematical Methods and Computational Techniques in Electrical Engineering, pp.
g], [PHI], V) be a 4-dimensional spacetime manifold.
The model assesses the radiative forcing associated with 4-Dimensional (4D) trajectories in a 4D weather field, encompassing both the local time-of-day and the contrail lifetime.
Ultrasonographic images of the coelomic cavity were acquired using a GE Voluson 730 Pro (GE, Zipf, Austria) unit equipped with multifrequency (5-17 MHz) linear transducer and 4-dimensional (4D) linear transducer (6-18 MHz).
Guadalupe, Minimal immersions of surfaces into 4-dimensional space forms, Rend.