hyperbolic function
Noun

hyperbolic function (plural hyperbolic functions)

  1. (mathematics) A set functions that are analogues of the trigonometric functions for hyperbolic spaces. They can be derived from some arithmetic operations on the exponential function with base e and the inverse function, and was named after the corresponding similar trigonometric function.
Related terms Translations
  • German: Hyperbelfunktion



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