A dyadic in linear algebra is an entity which dotted into a vector gives another vector. 'Dotted' here means the dot product of the dyadic with the vector. A dyadic then is also a specific kind of operator.
Dy*ad"ic (?), a. [Gr. , fr. two.]
Pertaining to the number two; of two parts or elements.
Dyadic arithmetic, the same as binary arithmetic.
© Webster 1913.
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