Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Not strict.
  • adj. Of an inequality, such that it includes the possibility of equality.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Alternatively, an existing non-strict language could be extended; however, this might well prove a more significant task than creating a new, but very limited, language.

    Initial Research Question : KillerCodingNinjaBunny

  • How can a non-strict programming language be designed to aid the generation of organic models?

    Initial Research Question : KillerCodingNinjaBunny

  • It will be necessary to look at existing non-strict languages and their design.

    Initial Research Question : KillerCodingNinjaBunny

  • Twin-Earth cases and Frege cases, are either nomologically impossible or dismissible as exceptions to non-strict psychological laws.

    Mental Representation

  • While Davidson prohibits strict laws connecting mental and physical properties, he does allow for non-strict laws.

    Mental Causation

  • The law connecting such properties (if there is such) is evidently non-strict: striking causes lighting only ceteris paribus.

    Mental Causation

  • Just as non-strict tries contain strict tries, so also strict tries contain non-strict tries.

    Planet Haskell

  • For non-strict memoization, we'll want to recover all of the points of possible undefinedness lost in hyper-strict memoization.

    Planet Haskell

  • Correspondingly, a non-strict trie consists of the value corresponding to the argument ⊥, together with a strict (but not hyper-strict) trie for the non - ⊥ values:

    Planet Haskell

  • Thus, at these points, the ⊥ value is never helpful, and we could use a strict (though not hyper-strict) trie instead of a non-strict trie.

    Planet Haskell

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.