bimetric

Bimetric vs Dimetric - What's the difference?

bimetric | dimetric |


As adjectives the difference between bimetric and dimetric

is that bimetric is (mathematics|physics) describing any system that may be described using two metrics while dimetric is (crystallography) tetragonal.

Biometric vs Bimetric - What's the difference?

biometric | bimetric |


As adjectives the difference between biometric and bimetric

is that biometric is of, pertaining to or using biometrics while bimetric is (mathematics|physics) describing any system that may be described using two metrics.

Metric vs Bimetric - What's the difference?

metric | bimetric |


In mathematics|physics|lang=en terms the difference between metric and bimetric

is that metric is (mathematics|physics) of or relating to distance while bimetric is (mathematics|physics) describing any system that may be described using two metrics.

As adjectives the difference between metric and bimetric

is that metric is of or relating to the metric system of measurement while bimetric is (mathematics|physics) describing any system that may be described using two metrics.

As a noun metric

is a measure for something; a means of deriving a quantitative measurement or approximation for otherwise qualitative phenomena (especially used in software engineering).

As a verb metric

is to measure or analyse statistical data concerning the quality or effectiveness of a process.