univariate: accounted for or explained as having been determined, produced, or caused by only one variable.

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(mathematics) A function is univariate if it is a function of only one variable. If it is a function of more than one variable, it is called multivariate.

For example, f(x) = x2 + 2log x - 1 is a univariate function.

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