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Definition of Derives

Derive
Derive De*rive", v. i. To flow; to have origin; to descend; to proceed; to be deduced. --Shak. Power from heaven Derives, and monarchs rule by gods appointed. --Prior.

Meaning of Derives from wikipedia

- Look up derivation or derives in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Derivation may refer to: Morphological derivation, a word-formation process P**** tree...
- Situationists, the dérive was a revolutionary technique to combat the malaise and boredom of the society of the spectacle. Dérives are necessary, according...
- Look up derive in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Derive may refer to: Derive (computer algebra system), a commercial system made by Texas Instruments...
- In mathematics, the derived category D(A) of an abelian category A is a construction of homological algebra introduced to refine and in a certain sense...
- prefix or suffix, such as un- or -ness. For example, unhappy and happiness derive from the root word happy. It is differentiated from inflection, which is...
- In mathematics, certain functors may be derived to obtain other functors closely related to the original ones. This operation, while fairly abstract,...
- SI derived units are units of measurement derived from the seven base units specified by the International System of Units (SI). They are can be expressed...
- dériveZeitschrift für Stadtforschung is an Austrian science magazine on urbanism. dérive is published quarterly since 2000 by the Vienna based Verein...
- Derived stems are a morphological feature of verbs common to the Semitic languages. These derived verb stems are sometimes called augmentations or forms...
- In Computer programming, derived objects are files (intermediate or not) that are not directly maintained, but get created. The most typical context is...