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Holonomic (introduced by H. Hertz in 1894 from the Greek ὅλος meaning whole, entire and νόμ-ος meaning law) may refer to:
- A holonomic basis for the tangent space of a differentiable manifold
- A holonomic system in which all constraints are holonomic constraints
- Holonomic constraints, which are expressible as a function of the coordinates and time
- Holonomic module in the theory of D-modules
- Holonomic function, a smooth function in several variables that is a solution of a system of linear homogeneous differential equations with polynomial coefficients
- Holonomicity of the relationship between the controllable and total degrees of freedom of a given robot
- Holonomic brain theory, developed by Karl Pribram and David Bohm, modelling cognitive function as being guided by a matrix of neurological wave interference patterns
- Holonomy in differential geometry
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