Geometry vs Riemannian - What's the difference?

geometry | riemannian |


As a noun geometry

is (mathematics|uncountable) the branch of mathematics dealing with spatial relationships.

As an adjective riemannian is

(mathematics) relating to the branch of geometry inspired by (bernhard riemann).

geometry

Noun

  • (mathematics, uncountable) the branch of mathematics dealing with spatial relationships
  • (mathematics, countable) a type of geometry with particular properties
  • spherical geometry
  • (countable) the spatial attributes of an object, etc.
  • Holonyms

    * mathematics

    Derived terms

    * absolute geometry * affine geometry * algebraic geometry * analytic geometry * chronogeometry * combinatorial geometry * descriptive geometry * differential geometry * elementary geometry * elliptic geometry * Euclidean geometry * finite geometry * fractal geometry * geometry of numbers * hyperbolic geometry * hypergeometry * non-Euclidean geometry * projective geometry * Riemannian geometry * spherical geometry * taxicab geometry * tropical geometry

    riemannian

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (mathematics) Relating to the branch of geometry inspired by (Bernhard Riemann).
  • Derived terms

    * pseudo-Riemannian English eponyms