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linearize

Line breaks: lin¦ear|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈlɪnɪərʌɪz
 
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(also linearise)

Definition of linearize in English:

verb

[with object] technical
Make linear; represent in or transform into a linear form: air was focused and linearized by the air pump the field equations can be linearized (as adjective linearized) linearized DNA
More example sentences
  • The indices utilized here represent transformations that linearize germination data with respect to suboptimal temperature or the logarithm of thermal time.
  • To compare the sites, plant age, A, was transformed as log to linearize the relationships, and log was used as the covariate in covariance analysis.
  • Apparatus and method which features linearizing attributes of an information object into a string of bytes for object representation and storage in a database system.

Derivatives

linearization

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Topics include analytic solutions of linear equations, equilibria, linearization, stability, phase portraits, bifurcations, simulations, and modeling methodology.
  • They cover discrete and continuous time equations, linear models and linearization, qualitative analysis and phase space, bifurcations, and delay equations.
  • Control room linearization was optimized by means of slots/bass traps installed in the ceiling and a multiple-cavity resonator in the node behind the engineer's chair.

linearizer

2
noun
Example sentences
  • By minimizing memory effects, it is possible to use simple linearizers, such as analog predistortion, and still achieve sufficient performance, according to this book.
  • We have developed very broadband predistortion linearisers for traveling wave tube amplifiers.

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