Existing as the only one or as the sole example.
From Fr. unique, from L. unicus "single, sole," from unus, → one.
Yektâ "unique," from yek, → one, + tâ "fold, plait, ply; piece, part" (Mid.Pers. tâg "piece, part").
The state or condition of being → unique.
Noun from → unique.
Fr.: théorème d'unicité
1) Physics: A → potential that satisfies both
→ Poisson's equation and the
→ boundary conditions
pertinent to a particular field is the only possible potential.
yekâ (#), yekân (#)
A quantity or dimension adopted as a standard of measurement.
Back formation from → unity.
Yekâ, yekân, from yek, → one.
Fr.: vecteur unité
A vector of length 1, also called a direction vector.
→ unit + -ary.
goruh-e yekâyi, ~ yekâni
Fr.: groupe unitaire
The set of n × n unitary matrices (→ unitary matrix).
mâtris-e yekâyi, ~ yekâni
Fr.: matrice unitaire
A square matrix whose inverse equals its adjoint.
Fr.: opérateur unitaire
tarâdis-e yekâyi, ~ yekâni
Fr.: transformation unitaire
A transformation whose reciprocal is equal to its Hermitian conjugate.
To join, combine, or incorporate so as to form a single whole or unit.
M.E. uniten, from L. unitus, p.p. of unire "to unite," from unus, → one.
Formed by or resulting from the union of two or more persons or things.
P.p. of → unite.
The state or condition of being one.
M.E. unite, from O.Fr., from L. unitatem "oneness, sameness, agreement," from unus, → one.
Yeki, noun from yek, → one.
Statistics: Involving only one variable.
univariate time series
seri-ye zamâni-ye yekvartâ
Fr.: série temporelle univariée
A sequence of measurements of the same variable collected over time. Most often, the measurements are made at regular time intervals.
1a) hargâni; 1b) gitik, gitiyâné (#); 1c) jahâni (#); 2) hargâné
1a) Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of all or the whole;
relating to, affecting, or including everyone in a group or situation.
Fr.: astrolabe universel
universal gas constant
pâyâ-ye hargâni-ye gâzhâ
Fr.: constante universelle des gaz
Same as → gas constant.
Fr.: IMF universelle
Same as → canonical IMF.