# Orthogonal Vector Relation

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An Orthogonal Vector Relation is a vector relation for non-overlapping, uncorrelated, or independence from each other.

**Context:**- It can range from being a Non-Unit Length Orthogonal Vector Relation to being a Unit-Length Orthogonal Vector Relation (for orthonormal vectors).

**See:**Orthogonal Matrix, Dot Product, Right Angle, Perpendicularity, Uncorrelated, Independence (Mathematical Logic).

## References

### 2015

- (Wikipedia, 2015) ⇒ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/orthogonality Retrieved:2015-12-25.
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*orthogonality is the relation of two lines at right angles to one another (perpendicularity), and the generalization of this relation into*n dimensions; and to a variety of mathematical relations thought of as describing non-overlapping, uncorrelated, or independent objects of some kind.The concept of orthogonality has been broadly generalized in mathematics, science, and engineering, especially since the beginning of the 16th century. Much of the generalizing has taken place in the areas of mathematical functions, calculus and linear algebra.

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