Orthonormal



[awr-thuh-nawr-muh l] /ˌɔr θəˈnɔr məl/

adjective, Mathematics.
1.
(of a system of functions) ; normalized.
2.
(of a set of vectors) having the properties that any two vectors are perpendicular and that each vector has a length of one unit.
adjective

in mathematics, both orthogonal (vectors are mutually perpendicular) and normalized (multiplied by a constant factor)

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