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 noun mathematics A
tuple containing nterms .
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This interpretation is, assuming the consistency of B, an ntuple satisfying the relation RAX defined by AX.

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

Ï [a] to mean that the ntuple a is in the set defined by Ï.

Ï (v1, ¦, vn+1) of L and every ntuple d of elements of X,

Section 3 are more promising than ntuple experiments with n ¥ 3.

(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 ith element in the ntuple a.)

Nonseparability supposedly arises because the vacuum expectation value of a product of field operators defined at an ntuple 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.

Propositional attitudes are then relations between a person and an ordered ntuple that is the proposition that is the content of the attitude.

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 ntuple of which need be possessed by any individual belonging to the natural kind, but some ntuple of the cluster possessed by all such individuals.

The subscript ˜ k™ indicates the result of removing the kth component of an ntuple or an nfold Cartesian product.
oroboros commented on the word ntuple
A nonspecific multiple.
October 8, 2007