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Definition of the adjective N-Adic
What does N-Adic mean as an attribute of a noun?
- [chemistry] having a valency of n
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Terms, Concepts, and Examples by C.J. Date
n-adic Of an operator, having exactly n operands (n 0); of a predicate, being defined in terms of exactly n parameters (n 0). Contrast n-ary. Note: Many operators that are conventionally regarded as dyadic can readily be—and often are, ...
The Dictionary of Philosophy (2001)
by Dagobert D. Runes
There shall be an effective notational criterion associating with each functional constant a positive integer n, the functional constant denoting an n-adic propositional function of individuals, One or more of the lists (2), (3), (4) may be empty, but ...
by Roy T. Cook
See also: Non-Well-Founded Set, Sequence, Sequent Calculus MULTIVALENT LOGIC see Many-Valued Logic MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE see Contrary N-ADIC FUNCTION see N-ary function N-ADIC RELATION see N-ary relation NAÏVE ...
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