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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.
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.
A most general unifier (mgu) produces the most general instance shared by two unifiable expressions.
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.
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.
Fateh actually does exist as a coherent and easily unifiable political movement.