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Inverse or Inversion may refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ...

In mathematics: It has been suggested that this article be split into multiple articles accessible from a disambiguation page. ... In scheduling, priority inversion is the scenario where a low priority task holds a shared resource that is required by a high priority task. ... In prosody the Inversion of a foot is the reversal of the order of its elements. ... This article is about the Twilight Zone episode. ... The inverted pyramid is a graphical metaphor that is most often used to illustrate how information should be arranged or presented within a text, in particular within a news story. ... Inverted sugar syrup is sucrose-based syrup treated with the glycoside hydrolase enzyme invertase, and/or an acid, which splits each sucrose molecule into one glucose and one fructose molecule. ... Roller coaster inversions are features of roller coasters that in some form or fashion, inverts (turns upside-down) its riders. ...

In technology: In mathematics, the inverse of an element x, with respect to an operation *, is an element x such that their compose gives a neutral element. ... The additive inverse, or opposite, of a number n is the number which, when added to n, yields zero. ... The reciprocal function: y = 1/x. ... In mathematics, an inverse function is in simple terms a function which does the reverse of a given function. ... In Euclidean geometry, the inversion of a point X in respect to a point P is a point X* such that P is the midpoint of the line segment with endpoints X and X*. In other words, the vector from X to P is the same as the vector from... In mathematics, inversive geometry is the geometry of circles and the set of transformations that map all circles into circles, where by a circle one may also mean a line (a circle with infinite radius). ... In mathematics, the inverse limit (also called the projective limit) is a construction which allows one to glue together several related objects, the precise matter of the gluing process being specified by morphisms between the objects. ... In logic, if S is a statement of the form P implies Q then the inverse of S is a statement of the form (not P) implies (not Q). ... In mathematics and especially linear algebra, an n-by-n matrix A is called invertible, non-singular or regular if there exists another n-by-n matrix B such that AB = BA = In, where In denotes the n-by-n identity matrix and the multiplication used is ordinary matrix multiplication. ... In mathematics, and in particular linear algebra, the pseudoinverse of an matrix is a generalization of the inverse matrix. ... This article is about proportionality, the mathematical relation. ... An inverse problem is the task that often occurs in many branches of science and mathematics where the values of some model parameter(s) must be obtained from the observed data. ... Inverse scattering, or the inverse scattering problem, is the problem of determining the characteristics of an object (its shape, internal constitution, etc. ... Inverse kinematics is the process of determining the movement of interconnected segments of a body or model. ... Please NOTE: Inverse dynamics uses link-segment models to represent the mechanical behavior of connected pendulums, or more concretely, the limbs of humans or animals, where given the kinematic representation of movement, inverse dynamics derives the kinetics responsible for that movement. ... A cube in two-point perspective. ... This diagram shows how the law works. ... The inverse transform sampling method is a method of sampling a number at random from any probability distribution given its cumulative distribution function (cdf). ... In calculus, the inverse chain rule is a method of integrating a function which relies on guessing the integral of that function, and then differentiating back using the chain rule. ... In mathematics, a permutation group is a group G whose elements are permutations of a given set M, and whose operation is the composition of permutations in G (which are thought of as bijective functions from the set M to itself); the relationship is often written as (G,M). ... In logic and mathematics, the inverse relation of a binary relation is the binary relation defined by . ...

In science: An inverter is an electronic circuit for converting direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC). ... In digital logic, an inverter is a logic gate which inverts the digital signal driven on its input. ... An inverse multiplexer (often abbreviated to inverse mux, imux or demux) allows a data stream to be broken into multiple lower data rate communications links. ...

In literature: This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... In chemistry, a nitrogen compound like ammonia in a trigonal pyramid geometry undergoes rapid nitrogen inversion whereby the molecule turns inside out. ... In physics, specifically statistical mechanics, the concept of population inversion is of fundamental importance in laser science because the production of a population inversion is a necessary step in the workings of a laser. ... An inversion is a chromosome rearrangement in which a segment of a chromosome is reversed end to end. ... An inverse problem is the task that often occurs in many branches of science and mathematics where the values of some model parameter(s) must be obtained from the observed data. ... Since its coining, the term homosexuality has acquired multiple meanings. ... Sexual inversion is a term used by sexologists, primarily in the late 19th and early 20th century, to refer to homosexuality. ... In structural geology inversion relates to a relative uplift of a previously basinal area resulting from at least local shortening. ... Structural geology is the study of the three dimensional distribution of rock bodies and their planar or folded surfaces, and their internal fabrics. ... The term sedimentary basin is used to refer to any geographical feature exhibiting subsidence and consequent infilling by sedimentation. ...

In cultural studies: Anastrophe is a figure of speech involving an inversion of the natural order of words; for example, saying echoed the hills to mean the hills echoed. In English, with its settled word order, departure from the expected word order emphasizes the displaced word or phrase: beautiful is emphasized in the...

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Inverse is a general purpose computer program for solving inverse and optimization problems. ... This article or section is not written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia article. ...

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Note that the reflected graph does not pass the vertical line test, so it is not the graph of a function.
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