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  • adj. Able to be united.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Capable of being unified or made one.


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  • The Democrat Party is not a unifiable organization.

    "Tensions boil between Obame-Clinton camp."

  • This field, however, involves not only conjunctions and interactions, but also disjunctions and heterogeneities, and cannot be seen as fully unifiable or containable by means of a synthesis, dialectical or other.

    Thinking Singularity with Immanuel Kant and Paul de Man: Aesthetics, Epistemology, History and Politics

  • A most general unifier (mgu) produces the most general instance shared by two unifiable expressions.

    Automated Reasoning

  • Shifting inference capabilities into the unification mechanism adds power but at a price: The existence of an mgu for two unifiable expressions may not be unique (there could actually be infinitely many), and the unification process becomes undecidable in general.

    Automated Reasoning

  • This is largely due to the fact that unification in higher-order logic is more complex than in the first-order case: unifiable terms do not always posess a most general unifier, and higher-order unification is itself undecidable.

    Automated Reasoning

  • Fateh actually does exist as a coherent and easily unifiable political movement.

    Charlottesville Blogs


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