# scalar meaning

EN[-eɪlə(ɹ)]WScalar

- Scalar may refer to:
- Scalar (mathematics), a quantity that can multiply vectors in the context of vector spaces
- Scalar (physics), a quantity that is independent of specific classes of coordinate systems
- Lorentz scalar, a quantity in the theory of relativity which is invariant under a Lorentz transformation
- Variable (computing), or scalar, an atomic quantity that can hold only one value at a time

- NounPLscalars
- Adjective
- (mathematics) Having magnitude but not direction.
- (computer science) Consisting of a single value (e.g. integer or string) rather than multiple values (e.g. array).
- Of, or relating to scale.

- (mathematics) Having magnitude but not direction.
- More Examples
- Used in the Middle of Sentence
- It is known that the only finite-dimensional diffeological vector space that admits a diffeologically smooth
**scalar**product is the standard space of appropriate dimension. - We investigate the propagation of the
**scalar**waves in the Witten space-time called "bubble of nothing" and in its remarkable sub-manifold, the lorentzian Hawking wormhole. - To avoid this disadvantage of spatial distance measurement, we herein describe each object (e.g. cell nucleus) by a
**scalar**field on the basis of an inverse multiquadric radial basis function.

- It is known that the only finite-dimensional diffeological vector space that admits a diffeologically smooth

- Used in the Middle of Sentence

## Definition of __scalar__ in English Dictionary

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- en scalars
- en scalary
- en scalaron
- en scalarize
- en scalarized

Source: Wiktionary