Definition of bilinear in English:

bilinear

Syllabification: bi·lin·e·ar
Pronunciation: /bīˈlinēər
 
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adjective

Mathematics
1 rare Of, relating to, or contained by two straight lines.
2Of, relating to, or denoting a function of two variables that is linear and homogeneous in both independently.
More example sentences
  • Bromwich also made useful contributions to quadratic and bilinear forms and many consider his algebraic work to be his finest.
  • Along with a team of mathematicians, Gottman has developed what he calls bilinear influence functions.
  • D' Ovidio also included in these lectures results of Veronese on projective geometry and of Weierstrass on bilinear and quadratic forms.

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