Collinearity

In geometry, collinearity is a property of a set of points, specifically, the property of lying on a single line. A set of points with this property is said to be collinear (often misspelled as colinear). In greater generality, the term has been used for aligned objects, that is, things being `in a line` or `in a row`. In statistics, collinear...
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collinearity

(from the article `projective geometry`) ...projective mappings, one should note that lines are mapped onto lines. This means that if three points are collinear (share a common line), then ...
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collinearity

The phenomona that the orderings of the corresponding elements of DNA, the RNA transcribed from it, and the amino acid translated from the RNA are identical. ... Origin: L. Collineo, to direct in a straight line ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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