4-dimensional


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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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4-dimensional lookup tables if all types are uniform floating-point types.
They have complex, light-sensitive, 4-dimensional, laser
According to him, the country's foreign policy had a 4-dimensional focus, neighbourhood, development partners, labour destinations and multilateral organisations.
This exciting new beachfront location will provide a 4-dimensional experience that encourages people to spend time in the open air and sea.
A generalization of slice links, called shake slice links, relate to the problem of finding embeddings of spheres in 4-dimensional manifolds.
Designed for current trends and modern demands with entertainment, extraordinarily designed landscapes and bespoke retail and food and beverage outlets, this exciting new beachfront location will provide a 4-dimensional experience that encourages people to spend time in the open air and sea, it added.
The Theory of General Relativity followed the developments in mathematics of the curved spaces by the famous mathematicians like Carl Friedrich Gauss, Bernard Riemann and Ricci for the technique using 4-dimensional tensors.
Zou, "Tangent linear and adjoint of "on-off" processes and their feasibility for use in 4-dimensional variational data assimilation," Tellus A, vol.
Object-agnostic: intelligence should be defined for any non-pathological 4-dimensional open manifold in spacetime.
In this paper, we intend to study butterfly effect in the 4-dimensional Reissner-Nordstrom AdS black holes.
Cartan in [26] showed that the examples above cover, in fact, all possible 3-dimensional homogeneous spaces with 4-dimensional isometry group.