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  • n. Plural form of tuple.


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  • Basically a relation in relational algebra is a set of dictionaries (called tuples) where each dictionary has identical keys

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  • Go to: www. Vectors are "tuples" (pairs, triples, or more) of numbers, depending on how many dimensions you're working with.

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  • You can easily replicate ternary functionality using tuples then the conditional to select the appropriate one. e.g. ( "b", "a") [True] 'a'

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  • Commas for tuples, semi-colons for list and array items

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  • The Sinn of an expression was said to be a “way of presenting” the corresponding Bedeutung, which might be an entity, a truth-value, or a function from (ordered n-tuples of) entities to truth-values.

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  • These clauses can be applied recursively to define the p-transform of a set of ordered tuples in D, a set of sets of objects in D, and so on.

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  • So far we have defined permutation invariance for objects, tuples, and sets, but not for predicates, quantifiers, or other linguistic expressions.

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  • We can think of the “extension” of an n-ary quantifier or sentential connective C on a domain D as a function from n-tuples of sets of assignments (of values from D to the language's variables) to sets of assignments.

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  • In particular, it is evident that the detection loophole is more difficult to block in an experiment performed with n-tuples of particles,

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  • An entirely new domain of variants is opened by studying ensembles of n-tuples of particles with n ‰¥ 3.

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  • From Wikipedia: The term originated as an abstraction of the sequence: single, double, triple, quadruple, quintuple, n-tuple. A tuple of length n is usually described as an n-tuple. In mathematics, a tuple is a sequence (also known as an "ordered list") of values, called the components of the tuple. These components can be any kind of mathematical objects, where each component of a tuple is a value of a specified type

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