Crystallography. referable to a rectangular set of axes.
In mathematics, orthogonality is the relation of two lines at right angles to one
another ... In certain cases, the word normal is used to mean orthogonal,
particularly in the .... We can then make ...
Thanks for the question. I have asked a more general one: what is so common
among all cases of orthogonality. I was also interested to know how does ...
Sep 6, 2015 ... What does orthogonal mean in the context of statistics? ... are linearly
independant does not imply that they are uncorrelated and/or orthogonal.
Orthogonality is the property that means "Changing A does not change B". An
example of an orthogonal system would be a radio, where ...
Mar 10, 2015 ... The orthogonal definition also has been extended to general use, ... Thus, motion
by one vector along an orthogonal X-Y axis does not ...
If you're thinking in terms of linear algebra,. (Linear) independence of any 2
vectors (or any ... Does orthogonal and orthonormal mean the same? If not, what
Jun 20, 2014 ... Orthogonality is like first order independence, when you interpret things in the
right .... Orthogonality does not imply independence. ... Orthogonal is a special
case of uncorrelated  when the variables are mean shifted (ie.
Two lines that are orthogonal are perpendicular or intersecting at a right angle, ...
it also describes events that are statistically independent, or do not affect one ...