# homogeneous polynomial

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 Noun 1 homogeneous polynomial - a polynomial consisting of terms all of the same degreemultinomial, polynomial - a mathematical function that is the sum of a number of termsquantic - a homogeneous polynomial having at least two variables
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Authors in [9] proposed the usage of a semitensor product to represent Boolean functions in an algebraic form. In this paper, we have proposed an algorithm using Sum of Products (SOP) canonical form and logic vector (ith column of an identity matrix) as logic value to represent the logic functions in the algebraic equations.
He gives three versions of each one: standard algebraic form with units, standard algebraic form without units, and in the form of a spreadsheet cell entry.
In order to get intuitive ideas and an intrinsic understanding of the problem, we consider explicitly a simple algebraic form of the output function in three variables:
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Most arguments are presented in both graphical and algebraic form. Numerical and analytical questions for review are found at the end of each chapter, and a glossary of terms completes the volume.
This textbook explores the configurations of points, lines, and planes in space defined geometrically, translates them into algebraic form using the coordinates of a representative point of the locus, and derives the equations of the conic sections.
The likelihood function L([alpha]) defined in Equation (1) is derived on the basis of the assumption that the largest r + 1 upper-order statistics reside in the region where the underlying distribution function is of algebraic form. If a large value of r is selected, then the algebraic form assumption may not be valid, and the resulting forecasts can be biased.
If we use the rules in Definition 3, this comprehension is translated into algebraic form as

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