biquadratic


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bi·quad·rat·ic

 (bī′kwŏ-drăt′ĭk) Mathematics
adj.
Of or relating to the fourth degree.
n.
An algebraic equation of the fourth degree.

biquadratic

(ˌbaɪkwɒˈdrætɪk) maths
adj
(Mathematics) of or relating to the fourth power
n
(Mathematics) a biquadratic equation, such as x4 + x + 6 = 0

bi•quad•rat•ic

(ˌbaɪ kwɒˈdræt ɪk)
adj.
1. involving the fourth, but no higher, power of the unknown or variable in a mathematical formulation.
n.
[1655–65]
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Noun1.biquadratic - an algebraic equation of the fourth degree
number - a concept of quantity involving zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence"
2.biquadratic - an equation of the fourth degree
equation - a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal
3.biquadratic - a polynomial of the fourth degree
multinomial, polynomial - a mathematical function that is the sum of a number of terms
Adj.1.biquadratic - of or relating to the fourth power
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Examples include simultaneous surface resolution in quadratic and biquadratic Galois extensions, asymptotic behavior of cohomology, conic divisor classes over a normal monoid algebra, Rees algebras of the second syzygy module of the residue field of a regular local ring, a local global principle for the elementary unimodular vector group, picture invariants and the isomorphism problem for complex semisimple Lie algebras, arithmetic rank of certain Segre products, and strong semistability and Hilbert-Kunz multiplicity for singular plane curves.
Several authors have found, however, that a more general biquadratic transformation can significantly reduce the number of terms needed (see MacLeod [1993]).
Many from previously reported pseudodifferential circuit solutions were focused on biquadratic (second-order) active filters, [6]-[9] for instance.
Chang, "Single FDCCII-based current-mode universal biquadratic filter," in Proc.
After generation of the determinant of natural frequencies matrix for the system (H.4)-(H.5) we will write the following characteristic biquadratic equation of fourth order for system (H.4)-(H.5) in the form:
The governing equations on the physical domain are discretized by using finite element method based on the Galerkin weight residual method with biquadratic interpolation functions and the equations resulting from the discretization are solved using iterative method called segregate solution algorithm.
Maheshwari, "Multi input multi output biquadratic universal filter using Dual-X Current Conveyor (DXCCII)," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer and Communication Technology (ICCCT '10), pp.
If additional information is available to allow the coil performance to be a function of both indoor wet-bulb and outdoor unit coil entering air temperature, a biquadratic form of the equation may be used (Equation 21).
We use Lagrangian quadrilateral elements with biquadratic interpolation for the velocities and bilinear interpolation for the pressures.
The examples were generated using the IFISS software package [14] and discretized with with a div-stable [Q.sub.2]-[Q.sub.1] finite element discretization (biquadratic velocities, bilinear pressures) on a uniform mesh of velocity element width 2/[2.sup.l-1] (giving velocity nodal mesh width 2/[2.sup.l]).
Tungjitkusolmun, "Voltage-mode multifunction biquadratic filters using new ultra-low-power differential difference current conveyors", Radioengineering, vol.
Horng, "Voltage-Mode Highpass, Bandpass, Lowpass and Notch Biquadratic Filters Using Single DDCC," Radioengineering, vol.