Noun(1) a matrix formed by interchanging the rows and columns of a given matrix
Verb(1) change the order or arrangement of(2) transfer from one place or period to another(3) cause to change places(4) transfer a quantity from one side of an equation to the other side reversing its sign, in order to maintain equality(5) put (a piece of music(6) exchange positions without a change in value(7) change key
(1) Once I've sampled it I can transpose it over six octaves, so if you write a whole melody with that one note going up and down the scale you get this amazing texture.(2) The superscript denotes the transpose of a vector or a matrix.(3) The confusion results when students try to transpose other instruments, rendering them as they would sound at the piano.(4) the new matrix is called the transpose of A(5) To obtain the transpose of a matrix, the rows of the matrix become the columns and vice versa.(6) There are seven independent, real parameters in general, which are further reduced to five in OCT as a result of the transpose symmetry of a Jones matrix.(7) Traditionally a British brass instrument, she has had to learn how to transpose music for the horn, expanding her musical knowledge beyond what she may have anticipated.(8) Eventually, students transpose their keyboard harmony pieces and make variations based on the themes.(9) That is why dyslexics tend to reverse the order of letter features, thus confusing d with b and p with q, and to transpose the order of letters within words.(10) A' is the transpose matrix of A, in which rows of A are changed into columns of A'.(11) The challenge remains, however, to transpose stories composed within an ancient context so that they are relevant in a modern one.(12) Of course, Durkheim did not directly transpose this rather slighting view of economic pursuits from the context of preliterate, tribal existence to that of more advanced societies.(13) We transport ourselves out of the 21st century back to the ancient world of the text or, conversely, we transpose ancient voices into contemporary voices of authority.(14) She advised organists to transpose their accompaniments to a more accommodating key.(15) She was a willing collaborator, transposing a few songs to better fit the voices being used in the production.(16) For more information on any of our pitch transposers , click on the links listed below.
1. interchange ::
2. transfer ::
3. counterchange ::
4. commute ::
Different Formstranspose, transposed, transposes, transposing
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