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(Mathematics) another name for dihedral2
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(daɪˈhi drən)

a figure formed by two intersecting planes.
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For a dihedron, the "trigger" and "associated" particles at final state are projected from the two coordinates in single or two sources formed in the collisions.
For steel sheet 1, the rolling scratches can be assimilated with dihedrons of depth L and slope [alpha] (flank angle), [w.sub.1] and [w.sub.2] are lengths defining the entry and the bottom of the dihedron, respectively, as shown Fig.
In Chambre (extrait) (Room [Extract]), 2009, in the main space of the gallery, a collection of fifty identical meter-high foam dihedron mingled with fourteen concrete copies of the same form.