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or·thog·o·nal
[awr-thog-uh-nl]
ADJECTIVE
1.
Crystallography. referable to a rectangular set of axes.
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Orthogonality - Wikipedia

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In geometry, two Euclidean vectors are orthogonal if they are ... In certain cases, the word normal is used to mean orthogonal, ...

Orthogonal | Definition of Orthogonal by Merriam-Webster

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Define orthogonal: intersecting or lying at right angles — orthogonal in a sentence.

orthogonal - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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The word orthogonal comes from the Greek orthogōnios meaning "right-angled." While this word is used to describe lines that meet at a right angle, it also ...

What is orthogonal? - Definition from WhatIs.com - SearchStorage

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Mar 10, 2015 ... The orthogonal definition also has been extended to general use, meaning the characteristic of something being independent (relative to ...

Orthogonal Vectors -- from Wolfram MathWorld

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(i.e., the vectors are perpendicular) are said to be orthogonal. In three-space, three vectors can be mutually perpendicular. SEE ALSO: Dot Product, Orthogonal  ...

meaning - Usage of the word "orthogonal" outside of mathematics ...

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Feb 11, 2011 ... From the roots ortho (straight) and gon (angle), its meaning in mathematics is understandable. Outside of mathematics it has various meanings ...

What is the meaning of orthogonality in signal processing? - Quora

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Any two signals say 500Hz and 1000Hz (On a constraint that both frequencies are multiple of its fundamental here lets say 100Hz) ,when both are mixed the ...

language agnostic - What is "Orthogonality"? - Stack Overflow

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Orthogonality is the property that means "Changing A does not change B". An example of an orthogonal system would be a radio, where ...