pseudologarithmic

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

pseudo- +‎ logarithmic

Adjective[edit]

pseudologarithmic (not comparable)

  1. (mathematics) Apparently, but not actually, logarithmic
    • 1970, Electronic Engineering (volume 42, part 1, page 84)
      A scale marked in this way will be termed an 'ideal' pseudologarithmic scale, departures from a true logarithmic relationship occurring only because of the presence in the grid current of a constant component, I0, in addition to the ion current I.

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