unary operation

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unary operation

[′yü·nə·rē ‚äp·ə‚rā·shən]
(mathematics)
An operation in which only a single operand is required to produce a unique result; some examples are negation, complementation, square root, transpose, inverse, and conjugate.
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Recall that we consider epigroups as unary semigroups under the unary operation of pseudoinversion x |[right arrow] [bar.
Define a unary operation on H by the following rule: for all x [not equal to] 1 we set [bar.
He suggested to consider words with not just one but countably many additional unary operations.
Let Q be a unital quantale with a unary operation [perpendicular] satisfying the condition
perpendicular]] is the unary operation induced by d, then we have d = 1 [right arrow] d = [1.
In order to obtain the desired simplified axiomatic presentation of the category AFrm of approach frames, we introduce a finitely described subset F of the equations defining approach frames and then prove that any frame equipped with unary operations [A.
of unary operations and the frame homomorphisms that commute with each of these as morphisms.

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