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# n-tuple

## Definitions

• noun mathematics A tuple containing n terms.

## Etymologies

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## Examples

• This interpretation is, assuming the consistency of B, an n-tuple satisfying the relation RAX defined by AX.

The Frege-Hilbert Controversy

• If one thinks of a structure as a kind of ordered n-tuple of sets etc., then a class Mod (T) becomes an n-ary relation, and Pasch's account agrees with ours.

Model Theory

• Ï [a] to mean that the n-tuple a is in the set defined by Ï.

First-order Model Theory

• Ï (v1, ¦, vn+1) of L and every n-tuple d of elements of X,

First-order Model Theory

• Section 3 are more promising than n-tuple experiments with n ¥ 3.

Bell's Theorem

• (The entry on classical logic uses the notation ˜A, s where s is any assignment to all the variables of L that assigns to each variable vi free in Ï the i-th element in the n-tuple a.)

First-order Model Theory

• Nonseparability supposedly arises because the vacuum expectation value of a product of field operators defined at an n-tuple of distinct spacetime points does not supervene on qualitative intrinsic physical properties defined at those n points, together with the spatiotemporal relations among the points.

Holism and Nonseparability in Physics

• Propositional attitudes are then relations between a person and an ordered n-tuple that is the proposition that is the content of the attitude.

Nonconceptual Mental Content

• The fundamental claim of the HPC view is that at least a large range of natural kind terms are defined by such property clusters, no one or particular n-tuple of which need be possessed by any individual belonging to the natural kind, but some n-tuple of the cluster possessed by all such individuals.

The Biological Notion of Individual

• The subscript ˜- k™ indicates the result of removing the kth component of an n-tuple or an n-fold Cartesian product.

Common Knowledge