Antimetrical vs Antimetric - What's the difference?

antimetrical | antimetric | Derived terms |

Antimetrical is a derived term of antimetric.


As adjectives the difference between antimetrical and antimetric

is that antimetrical is antimetric while antimetric is the converse of symmetric in electrical network theory, especially filter theory a network where the input and output image impedances are the dual, or inverse, of each other as opposed to symmetric networks where they are equal.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

antimetrical

English

Adjective

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  • antimetric
  • Antonyms

    * symmetrical

    antimetric

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • The converse of symmetric in electrical network theory, especially filter theory. A network where the input and output image impedances are the dual, or inverse, of each other as opposed to symmetric networks where they are equal.
  • A Butterworth filter with an odd number of elements is symmetric while one with an even number of elements is antimetric .
  • In mechanics, relating to a pair of forces, a pair of oscillations or other motion acting in the opposite direction to symmetric.
  • (sound engineering, especially, music) Going off the rhythm, especially during a transition from one time signature to another.
  • Opposed to metrication.
  • Derived terms

    * antimetrical