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# tensors

## Definitions

• noun Plural form of tensor.
• verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tensor.

## Etymologies

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## Examples

• Equations can take many forms; the fact that they both use tensors is no spooky coincidence.

• Equations can take many forms; the fact that they both use tensors is no spooky coincidence.

• Oh, by the way, a spinoff of the tensors project is going to be — finally — a nice, clean, consistent handling of vector analysis.

• For those familiar with tensors, it should be clear that the metric tensor is actually a tensor field (a tensor is assigned to each point of our mathematical space).

• Manipulating tensors has been a classic symbolic computation activity for more than 40 years.

• Yes, abstract index notation for tensors uses indices to indicate the type of tensor, rather than to indicate components in a particular basis.

• Yes, abstract index notation for tensors uses indices to indicate the type of tensor, rather than to indicate components in a particular basis.

• Metric tensors are used to define the angle between and length of tangent vectors (somewhat analogous to the dot product of vectors in Euclidean space)

• Metric tensors are used to define the angle between and length of tangent vectors (somewhat analogous to the dot product of vectors in Euclidean space)

• For those familiar with tensors, it should be clear that the metric tensor is actually a tensor field (a tensor is assigned to each point of our mathematical space).