### Some articles on *dimensional array, array*:

... A tensor can be represented as a multi-

**dimensional array**of numerical values ... (also degree or rank) of a tensor is the dimensionality of the

**array**needed to represent it, or equivalently, the number of indices needed to label a component of that

**array**... map can be represented by a matrix, a 2-

**dimensional array**, and therefore is a 2nd-order tensor ...

**dimensional Array**s

... For a two-

**dimensional array**, the element with indices i,j would have address B + c · i + d · j, where the coefficients c and d are the row and column address increments, respectively ... More generally, in a k-

**dimensional array**, the address of an element with indices i1, i2, …, ik is B + c1 · i1 + c2 · i2 + … + ck · ik ... For example int a This means that

**array**a has 3 rows and 2 columns, and the

**array**is of integer type ...

... occurrence of a data field into a contiguous one

**dimensional array**that disregards the word and byte boundaries of conventional storage technology ... A one-

**dimensional array**is a string of one or more compressed occurrences of a specific data field, or even a bit position of a specific data field in its compressed form ... in conventional file organizations, gaps are not permitted within a one-

**dimensional array**...

... The dimension of an

**array**is the number of indices needed to select an element ... Thus, if the

**array**is seen as a function on a set of possible index combinations, it is the dimension of the space of which its domain is a discrete subset ... Thus a one-

**dimensional array**is a list of data, a two-

**dimensional array**a rectangle of data, a three-

**dimensional array**a block of data, etc ...

### Famous quotes containing the words array and/or dimensional:

“Any one who knows what the worth of family affection is among the lower classes, and who has seen the *array* of little portraits stuck over a labourer’s fireplace ... will perhaps feel with me that in counteracting the tendencies, social and industrial, which every day are sapping the healthier family affections, the sixpenny photograph is doing more for the poor than all the philanthropists in the world.”

—Macmillan’s Magazine (London, September 1871)

“I don’t see black people as victims even though we are exploited. Victims are flat, one- *dimensional* characters, someone rolled over by a steamroller so you have a cardboard person. We are far more resilient and more rounded than that. I will go on showing there’s more to us than our being victimized. Victims are dead.”

—Kristin Hunter (b. 1931)