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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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.
Indeed, its potential genericity (Internet of all Things) and its objective of coupling in a tighter way, the digital and physical world make the Internet of Things more sensitive to physical properties--as constraints or advantages.
However, the most important reference, from the point of view of the film's genericity, (5) is the parallelism established between the protagonist couples of Curse and The Big Sleep.
In relation to genericity, Lekakou (2005 : 68) argues that the middle construction expresses an ascription of a dispositional property or quality to the OAR enabling the arbitrary agent to act on it in the way specified by the meaning of the verb together with the adverb's meaning.
It is characterized by high dynamicity (node can join and leave the network at any time), scalability (hight number of node is supported) and genericity (for any type of P2P network and any recursive problem).
In Alain Badiou's summation, "[T]hese fictitious beings, these opinions, customs, differences, are that to which universality is addressed; that toward which love is directed; finally, that which must be traversed in order for universality itself to be constructed, or for the genericity (genericite) of the true to be imminently deployed.
The following section begins by introducing the genericity condition on the set of connections, defined in terms of the Riemann curvature tensor.
Vankeirsbilck, Electrochemical modelling and software genericity, in Modern Software Tools for Scientific Computing, E.
The system is non-singular when the determinant is non-zero, and by genericity that happens when ([A.
of Houston) describes general genericity and normal form theorems on equivalent bifurcation along with many general families of examples of equivalent bifurcation and novel geometric techniques (in particular, equivalent transversality) in this first systematic exposition of the global and local theory of dynamics equivalent with respect to a compact Lie group.
Habituality has been much discussed in connection with the semantics of genericity and of quantification.