# Associations to the word «Projective»

## Noun

- Geometry
- Subspace
- Duality
- Hilbert
- Plane
- Manifold
- Infinity
- Tat
- Equivalence
- Theorem
- Module
- Axiom
- Polynomial
- Algebra
- Space
- Bundle
- Coordinate
- Subgroup
- Curve
- Vector
- Dimension
- Topology
- Vertex
- Pu
- Chow
- Symmetry
- Dual
- Pencil
- Euler
- Matrice
- Subset
- Transformation
- Klein
- Tensor
- Degenerate
- Incidence
- Hodge
- Curvature
- Steiner
- Singularity
- Questionnaire
- Taker
- Generalization
- Polygon
- Sphere
- Immersion
- Mathematics
- Projection
- Special
- Psychoanalysis
- Compact
- Mapping
- Integer
- Conjecture
- Entropy
- Locus
- Converse
- Validity
- Relativity

## Adjective

- Algebraic
- Euclidean
- Homogeneous
- Finite
- Orthogonal
- Invariant
- Quadratic
- Manifold
- Dimensional
- Unitary
- Plane
- Polynomial
- Geometric
- Linear
- Thematic
- Symmetric
- Topological
- Quasi
- Fractional
- Analytic
- Canonical
- Planar
- Harmonic
- Ambiguous
- Metric
- Maximal
- Geometrical
- Rational
- Corresponding
- Complex
- Differential
- Trivial
- Spherical
- Smooth
- Convex
- Sequential
- Cubic

## Wiktionary

PROJECTIVE, adjective. Projecting outward

PROJECTIVE, adjective. Of, relating to, or caused by a projection

PROJECTIVE, adjective. (mathematics) describing those properties of a figure that are invariant upon projection

PROJECTIVE GEOMETRY, noun. (mathematics) a branch of mathematics that investigates those properties of figures that are invariant when projected from a point to a line or plane

PROJECTIVE HILBERT SPACE, noun. The quotient of a Hilbert space by an equivalence relation which considers a pair of vectors equivalent iff they differ only by a factor which is a complex number.

PROJECTIVE PLANE, noun. (geometry) A plane in which any pair of distinct points determine a line and any pair of distinct lines intersect at a point.

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