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  • Letters are written as a linear sequence, in most cases left to right.
  • Some modern designs are still developed to operate in a non-linear fashion.
  • One such family of groups is the family of general linear groups over finite fields.
  • Spoken language is by and large linear; only one sound can be made or received at a time.
  • The next important class of groups is given by matrix groups, or linear groups.
  • They can be joined together in one long linear chain, or they may be branched.
  • The function is called the potential energy of a linear spring.
  • The games are designed to be non-linear and long in gameplay length.
  • An example of a linear time series model is an autoregressive moving average model.
  • To do this, one must add all powers of and their linear combinations as well.
  • More generally, condition numbers can be defined for non-linear functions in several variables.
  • Valley or stream erosion occurs with continued water flow along a linear feature.
  • Linear actions of Lie groups are especially important, and are studied in representation theory.
  • In general, the action of a linear transformation may be quite complex.
  • So such games are equivalent to linear programs, in general.
  • The narrative episodes are depicted one after another although not in a linear order.
  • Complex systems tend to be high-dimensional, non-linear, and difficult to model.
  • A partial order that is total is called a total order, simple order, linear order, or a chain.
  • In statistics, the term linear model is used in different ways according to the context.
  • They form the general linear group under composition.
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Meaning of linear

  • adjective Designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree
  • adjective Of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension
    a linear measurement