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Definition of "invariance" [in•va•ri•ance]

  • The property of being invariant (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "invariance" in a sentence
  • "Since a cell would be generated through an OOL process, would'nt having to presume the existence of one and the genome in it to refute the contention that a measure of genomic invariance is necessary, not be self-defeating?"
  • "This principle of time invariance is enshrined in Noether’s Theorem."
  • "Considered formally, the admission of a coordinate system which is accelerated with respect to the original "inertial" coordinates means the admission of non-linear coordinate transformations, hence a mighty enlargement of the idea of invariance, i.e., the principle of relativity."