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- adjective mathematics Of or pertaining to a
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(GÎ¼Î-, the Einstein tensor) built up from the uniquely compatible linear symmetric ( "Levi-Civita") connection associated with the metric tensor gÎ¼Î-, and representing the curvature of spacetime, is set identical to a tensorial but non-geometrical phenomenological representation of matter on the right-hand side.
Early Philosophical Interpretations of General Relativity Ryckman, Thomas A. 2006
"It should be apparent even to your feeble intelligence that after your fiasco, your inexcusable negligence in not reporting even the most elementary vectorial-tensorial analysis of that extremely important phenomenon, someone with a brain should ..."
Gray Lensman Smith, E. E. 1950
If you can imagine a body force that, somehow, happens to have a tensorial nature -- not vectorial -- then we could arrange to have that force distributed in such a manner that a state of strain would not necessarily imply a state of stress.
iMechanica - Comments infinique 2009