derivative

derivative
1. производная
2. вариант <напр. ЛА>; модификация
derivative aero-normalized with respect to the rate of roll
derivative due to pitch rate
derivative due to roll rate
derivative due to sideslip
derivative due to yaw rate
derivative with respect to a variable
derivative with respect to Mach number
derivative with respect to the angle of sideslip
derivative with respect to time
acceleration derivative
aerodynamic derivative
aeroelastic derivative
aileron rate derivative
aircraft derivative
all-weather derivative
angle-of-attack lift derivative
coefficient derivative
control derivative
coupling derivative
cropped-fan derivative
cross derivative
cross-coupling derivative
damping derivative
damping-in-pitch derivative
damping-in-roll derivative
damping-in-yaw derivative
directional stability derivative
dynamic stability derivative
effective dihedral derivative
eigenvalue derivative
eigenvector derivative
elevator rate derivative
force derivative
force coefficient derivative with respect to a motivator deflection
force coefficient derivative with respect to an angular velocity
force coefficient derivative with respect to the angle of attack
force coefficient derivative with respect to the tangential acceleration
fractional derivative
high-technology derivative
lateral derivatives
lateral-directional derivatives
lateral-stability derivative
moment derivative
normalized derivative
oscillatory derivative
partial derivative
roll rate derivative
rotary derivative
rotor derivatives
rudder rate derivative
second-order derivative
sideforce derivative
sideslip derivative
spatial derivative
stability derivative
stiffness derivative
time derivative
wide-body derivative

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  • derivative — de·riv·a·tive 1 /də ri və tiv/ n: a contract or security that derives its value from that of an underlying asset (as another security) or from the value of a rate (as of interest or currency exchange) or index of asset value (as a stock index) ◇… …   Law dictionary

  • Derivative — De*riv a*tive, a. [L. derivativus: cf. F. d[ e]rivatif.] Obtained by derivation; derived; not radical, original, or fundamental; originating, deduced, or formed from something else; secondary; as, a derivative conveyance; a derivative word. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Derivative — De*riv a*tive, n. 1. That which is derived; anything obtained or deduced from another. [1913 Webster] 2. (Gram.) A word formed from another word, by a prefix or suffix, an internal modification, or some other change; a word which takes its origin …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • derivative — [adj] borrowed, transmitted from source acquired, ancestral, caused, cognate, coming from, connate, copied, evolved, hereditary, imitative, inferential, inferred, not original, obtained, plagiaristic, plagiarized, procured, rehashed, secondary,… …   New thesaurus

  • derivative — ► ADJECTIVE 1) chiefly derogatory imitative of the work of another artist, writer, etc. 2) (of a financial product) having a value deriving from an underlying variable asset. ► NOUN 1) something which is derived from another source. 2) a… …   English terms dictionary

  • derivative — [də riv′ə tiv] adj. [ME derivatif < LL derivativus < L derivatus, pp. of derivare: see DERIVE] 1. derived 2. using or taken from other sources; not original 3. of derivation n. 1. something derived 2 …   English World dictionary

  • derivative — early 15c. (adj.); mid 15c. (n.), from M.Fr. dérivatif (15c.), from L.L. derivativus, from pp. stem of L. derivare (see DERIVE (Cf. derive)). Mathematical sense is from 1670s …   Etymology dictionary

  • Derivative — This article is an overview of the term as used in calculus. For a less technical overview of the subject, see Differential calculus. For other uses, see Derivative (disambiguation) …   Wikipedia

  • derivative — Coming from another; taken from something preceding; secondary. That which has not its origin in itself, but owes its existence to something foregoing. Anything obtained or deduced from another @ derivative action A suit by a shareholder to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • derivative — Coming from another; taken from something preceding; secondary. That which has not its origin in itself, but owes its existence to something foregoing. Anything obtained or deduced from another @ derivative action A suit by a shareholder to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • derivative — derivatively, adv. derivativeness, n. /di riv euh tiv/, adj. 1. derived. 2. not original; secondary. n. 3. something derived. 4. Also called derived form. Gram. a form that has undergone derivation from anoth …   Universalium


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