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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(43.) See, e.g., Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss, Expressive Genericity: Trademarks as Language in the Pepsi Generation, 65 NOTRE DAME L.
Faith, HUFFINGTON POST (June 4, 2014, 11:08 AM), https://www.huffmgtonpost.com/2014/06/04/inspiring-religious-acts_n_5360489.html (highlighting cases of religious tolerance and genericity across the globe).
The additional genericity condition that the first Lyapunov exponent is nonzero, [28] [27, Th 3.4.2 (H2) p.
Khan, "On the genericity properties in distributed estimation: Topology design and sensor placement," IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing, vol.
(233) See Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss, Expressive Genericity: Trademarks as Language in the Pepsi Generation, 65 NOTRE DAME L.
There exist two reasonable but different definitions of genericity in the literature and one does not imply the other [66].
2005); Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss, Expressive Genericity: Trademarks as Language in the Pepsi Generation, 65 Notre Dame L.
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].sub.2] < 0); we have highlighted and provide a simple and efficient tool for testing the occurrence of "canard solutions" in any three- or four-dimensional singularly perturbed systems with one or two fast variables.
Genericity as a Unitary Psychological Phenomenon: An Argument from Linguistic Diversity, JOHN COLLINS