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The angular position of a quantity. For example, the

**phase**of a function cos(omegat+phi_0) as a function of time is phi(t)=omegat+phi_0. The complex argument of a complex ...A schematic mathematical illustration showing the relationships between or properties of mathematical objects.

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**phase**curve is a plot of the solution to a set of equations of motion in a**phase**plane (or more generally, a**phase**space) as a function of time (Tabor 1989, p. 14).**Phase**...A

**phase**portrait is a plot of multiple**phase**curves corresponding to different initial conditions in the same**phase**plane (Tabor 1989, p. 14).**Phase**portraits for simple ...For a function with 2 degrees of freedom, the 2-dimensional

**phase**space that is accessible to the function or object is called its**phase**plane.For a system of n first-order ordinary differential equations (or more generally, Pfaffian forms), the 2n-dimensional space consisting of the possible values of ...

The motion along a

**phase**curve as a function of time (Tabor 1989, p. 14).A ternary

**diagram**is a triangular**diagram**which displays the proportion of three variables that sum to a constant and which does so using barycentric coordinates. The ...Erdős and Rényi (1960) showed that for many monotone-increasing properties of random graphs, graphs of a size slightly less than a certain threshold are very unlikely to have ...

A knot

**diagram**in which none of the crossings are reducible....