
Definition of Onedimensional
1. Adjective. Relating to a single dimension or aspect; having no depth or scope. "A novel with onedimensional characters"
2. Adjective. Of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension. "A linear measurement"
Similar to: Collinear, Lineal, Linelike, Rectilineal, Rectilinear
Antonyms: Cubic, Planar
Definition of Onedimensional
1. Adjective. Having length, but no width, height or depth. ¹
2. Adjective. (figuratively) Lacking depth or believability; flat. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Literary usage of Onedimensional
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1. Projective Geometry by Oswald Veblen, John Wesley Young (1918)
"A one dimensional form of S', a subset of whose elements are real elements ...
An element or onedimensional form of S' which is not a real element or real ..."
2. Outlines of Psychology by Wilhelm Max Wundt, Charles Hubbard Judd (1897)
"the other, onedimensional, twodimensional, and manydimeri sional systems of
quality. Within a homogeneous system, only such small differences are ..."
3. Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry by William Fogg Osgood, William Caspar Graustein (1921)
"OneDimensional Strains, with Applications.* The one dimensional strain which
stretches all space directly away from the (y, z)plane (or compresses all ..."
4. Cartanian Geometry, Nonlinear Waves, and Control Theory by Robert Hermann (1979)
"... which as yet has no systematization and mathematization (as the “state space”
theory systematized and mathematized onedimensional filters). ..."
5. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1893)
"pointaggregate, and around each centre there may be additionally conceived a
onedimensional totality of spheres, the radii of which can be expressed by ..."
6. Topics in the Geometric Theory of Integrable Mechanical Systems by Robert Hermann (1984)
"1 dim(9/2 ) = 1 The structure of 2 is obviously determined by that of 21, and
the first Lie algebra cohomology of 2 with coefficients in the onedimensional ..."
7. Inverse Scattering Papers, 19551962 by Irvin W. Kay, Harry E. Moses (1982)
"... examples of onedimensional electromagnetic theory. It will be shown that with
an appropriate mapping each example can be reduced to a onedimensional ..."