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# unary

## Definitions

• adjective Consisting of or involving a single element or component.
• adjective mathematics, programming, computer engineering Of an operation, function, procedure, or logic gate, taking exactly one operand, argument, parameter, or input; having domain of dimension 1.
• noun mathematics The unary numeral system; the bijective base-1 numeral system.
• noun information theory Unary coding, an entropy encoding for natural numbers.

• adjective consisting of or involving a single element or component

## Etymologies

Late Latin unarius ("consisting of a single thing"), from unus ("one").

## Examples

• You get one guess as to what the unary influence resulting in this policy is.

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• Three unary propositional functions are defined, one corresponding to classical negation, as well as seven binary functions, including classical disjunction, conjunction and equivalence.

Hans Reichenbach

• Thus, without loss of generality, it is sufficient to consider unary functions.

Combinatory Logic

• For example, if a unary function is considered as a set of ordered pairs, then the domain and codomain are given by the first and second projections, respectively.

Combinatory Logic

• The language of arithmetic does not contain the unary predicate symbol T.

Axiomatic Theories of Truth

• Graphs, of the oriented kind arising in say automata theory where multiple edges may connect the same two vertices, can be organized as algebras having two unary operations s and t satisfying s (s (x)) =

Algebra

• There are 3 types of messages - unary, binary and keyword

smalltalk: philosophy, metaphor, semantics, syntax

• Peirce defines a large number of unary and binary operators on these three truth values.

Peirce's Logic

• There are 3 types of messages - unary, binary and keyword

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• It has as individual constant only the symbol 0 for zero; its only function symbols is the unary successor symbol S; addition and multiplication are expressed by predicate symbols.

Axiomatic Theories of Truth