Meaning of non-linearity in English:

non-linearity

noun

See non-linear

‘The idea of the loop brings to mind repetition, non-linearity and circular motion.’
  • ‘Yet true to chaos theory, the appearance of non-linearity does not necessarily imply a lack of coherent structures.’
  • ‘She gives her narrative an ending, but uses the text to explore ideas of movement, transformation and non-linearity.’
  • ‘Much has been made of the film's structure, but I don't think its non-linearity really does much besides undercut any dramatic impact the film might have had.’
  • ‘The non-linearity of biochemical networks distinguishes their connectivity from those often studied in graph theory and requires a classification schema.’