Holonomic

Holonomic (introduced by H. Hertz in 1894 from the Greek ὅλος meaning whole, entire and νόμ-ος meaning law) may refer to:

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Holonomic - Other
... Holonomic brain theory, developed by Karl Pribram and David Bohm, modelling cognitive function as being guided by a matrix of neurological wave interference patterns ...
D-module - Holonomic Modules - Properties and Characterizations
... Holonomic modules have a tendency to behave like finite-dimensional vector spaces ... Also, M is holonomic if and only if all cohomology groups of the complex Li∗(M) are finite-dimensional K-vector spaces, where i is the closed immersion of any point of X ... any D-module M, the dual module is defined by Holonomic modules can also be characterized by a homological condition M is holonomic if and only if D(M) is concentrated (seen ...
Degrees Of Freedom (mechanics) - Mobility Formula - Systems of Bodies
... mechanisms to control all 6 physical DOF is said to be holonomic ... An object with fewer controllable DOFs than total DOFs is said to be non-holonomic, and an object with more controllable DOFs than total DOFs (such as the human arm) is said to be redundant ... it is non-holonomic ...
Holonomic Constraints
... In classical mechanics, holonomic constraints are relations between the coordinates (and possibly time) which can be expressed in the following form, where ... constrained to lie on the surface of a sphere is subject to a holonomic constraint, but if the particle is able to fall off the sphere under the influence of gravity, the ... are not usually holonomic ...
Holonomic Constraints - Holonomic System (physics)
... In classical mechanics a system may be defined as holonomic if all constraints of the system are holonomic ... For a constraint to be holonomic it must be expressible as a function i.e ... a holonomic constraint depends only on the coordinates and time ...