
#1
Feb2508, 12:33 AM

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Hi,
I am trying to figure out what exactly a dyadic is, and how to evaluate an expression in dyadic form. I have the impression that it is related to tensors. Please let me know of any good links on the web if there are, and thanks for the help! 



#2
Feb2508, 06:36 AM

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PF Gold
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You might want to look at this:
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Dyadic.html 



#3
Mar408, 08:44 AM

P: 9

It is far better to avoid dyadics. They are a waste of time. There is no substitute for tensor theory. It does everything you could ever want it to do. 


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