genericity


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genericity

(programming)
The possibility for a language to provided parameterised modules or types. E.g. List(of:Integer) or List(of:People).
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There exist two reasonable but different definitions of genericity in the literature and one does not imply the other [66].
But sometimes there is no descriptive substitute, and a problem closely related to genericity and descriptiveness is presented when many goods and services are effectively identifiable only by their trademarks.
By the genericity of [pi], the image [pi](span({p} [union] A)) must also be (d.
This result confirms the genericity of the condition ([[sigma].
Genericity as a Unitary Psychological Phenomenon: An Argument from Linguistic Diversity, JOHN COLLINS
This conclusion is supported by another facet of inter-genre distinctiveness that emerged from the same data-base across languages and age-groups: Reliance on a "confluence of cues" in the expression of the temporally-related dimensions of episodic specificity of narrative accounts as against genericity of expository discussions, with different linguistic categories conspiring together in marking this distinction.
It is easy to see that Badiou's notion of equality is simply a logical consequence of the genericity of the truth itself and not some extraneous principle or value: it arises out of the very character of the truth procedure as the ascent to appearance of the unpresented or inexistent elements in the form of the indiscernible subset, which does not possess any 'differential trait' that would allow any unequal relation to be constituted.
Modelization is related to the possibility for users to create models, thus being linked to genericity of the solution.
Among the topics are number and numberlessness in languages with and without articles, the Turkish noun phrase, reduced definite articles with restrictive relative clauses, the semantics and syntax of Japanese adnominal demonstratives, definiteness marking in modern Martinike, and acquiring the expression of genericity in English and Brazilian Portuguese.
When n = n', this definition of the genericity coincides with the one given in Section 2.