codimension
Noun

codimension (plural codimensions)

  1. (mathematics) The difference between the dimension of a space and the dimension of a given subspace of the first one.
  2. (computing) A scope that indicates another variable of the same name and type is assigned to the local memory of each image.
Related terms
  • codimensional
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