positone

Positone vs Positon - What's the difference?

positone | positon |


As an adjective positone

is (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

As a noun positon is

(physics) a positron, especially when compared with a negaton.

Positone vs Positons - What's the difference?

positone | positons |


As an adjective positone

is (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

As a noun positons is

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Semipositone vs Positone - What's the difference?

semipositone | positone | Derived terms |

Semipositone is a derived term of positone.


In mathematics|lang=en terms the difference between semipositone and positone

is that semipositone is (mathematics) an eigenvalue problem that would be a positone eigenvalue problem except that the nonlinear function is not positive when its argument is zero while positone is (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

As adjectives the difference between semipositone and positone

is that semipositone is (mathematics) an eigenvalue problem that would be a positone eigenvalue problem except that the nonlinear function is not positive when its argument is zero while positone is (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

Monotone vs Positone - What's the difference?

monotone | positone |


In mathematics|lang=en terms the difference between monotone and positone

is that monotone is (mathematics) property of a function to be either always decreasing or always increasing while positone is (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

As adjectives the difference between monotone and positone

is that monotone is (of speech or a sound) having a single unvaried pitch while positone is (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

As a noun monotone

is a single unvaried tone of speech or a sound.

As a verb monotone

is (ambitransitive) to speak in a monotone.

Continuous vs Positone - What's the difference?

continuous | positone |


As adjectives the difference between continuous and positone

is that continuous is without break, cessation, or interruption; without intervening time while positone is (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

Nonlinear vs Positone - What's the difference?

nonlinear | positone |


As adjectives the difference between nonlinear and positone

is that nonlinear is (of a set of points) not lying on a straight line while positone is (mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.

Eigenvalue vs Positone - What's the difference?

eigenvalue | positone |


As a noun eigenvalue

is (linear algebra) a scalar, \lambda\!, such that there exists a vector x (the corresponding eigenvector) for which the image of x under a given linear operator \rm a\! is equal to the image of x under multiplication by \lambda; ie {\rm a} x = \lambda x\!.

As an adjective positone is

(mathematics) of a particular kind of eigenvalue problem involving a nonlinear function on the reals that is continuous, positive, and monotone.