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Monadic

Monadic Mo*nad"ic, Monadical Mo*nad"ic*al, a. Of, pertaining to, or like, a monad, in any of its senses. See Monad, n. --Dr. H. More.

Monadic Mo*nad"ic, Monadical Mo*nad"ic*al, a. Of, pertaining to, or like, a monad, in any of its senses. See Monad, n. --Dr. H. More.

- type within the monad (yielding a monadic value); Another to compose functions that output monadic values (called monadic functions). This allows monads...

- Monadic may refer to: Monadic, a relation or function having an arity of one in logic, mathematics, and computer science Monadic, an adjunction if and...

- {\displaystyle G\colon D\to C} is said to be monadic if it has a left adjoint F {\displaystyle F} forming a monadic adjunction. For example, the free–forgetful...

- In Theosophy, the Monadic Plane is the plane in which the Monad (also called the Oversoul) is said to exist. The term "Monad" is from the Gr**** word μονάς...

- In logic, the monadic predicate calculus (also called monadic first-order logic) is the fragment of first-order logic in which all relation symbols in...

- sometimes called full second-order logic to distinguish it from the monadic version. Monadic second-order logic is particularly used in the context of Courcelle's...

- In mathematical logic, monadic second-order logic (MSO) is the fragment of second-order logic where the second-order quantification is limited to quantification...

- category theory, a branch of mathematics, Beck's monadicity theorem gives a criterion that characterises monadic functors, introduced by Jonathan Mock Beck (2003)...

- " Abraham Robinson follows Quine's usage. In philosophy, the adjective monadic is sometimes used to describe a one-place relation such as 'is square-shaped'...

- by non-textual symbols. Most symbols denote functions or operators. A monadic function takes as its argument the result of evaluating everything to its...

- Monadic may refer to: Monadic, a relation or function having an arity of one in logic, mathematics, and computer science Monadic, an adjunction if and...

- {\displaystyle G\colon D\to C} is said to be monadic if it has a left adjoint F {\displaystyle F} forming a monadic adjunction. For example, the free–forgetful...

- In Theosophy, the Monadic Plane is the plane in which the Monad (also called the Oversoul) is said to exist. The term "Monad" is from the Gr**** word μονάς...

- In logic, the monadic predicate calculus (also called monadic first-order logic) is the fragment of first-order logic in which all relation symbols in...

- sometimes called full second-order logic to distinguish it from the monadic version. Monadic second-order logic is particularly used in the context of Courcelle's...

- In mathematical logic, monadic second-order logic (MSO) is the fragment of second-order logic where the second-order quantification is limited to quantification...

- category theory, a branch of mathematics, Beck's monadicity theorem gives a criterion that characterises monadic functors, introduced by Jonathan Mock Beck (2003)...

- " Abraham Robinson follows Quine's usage. In philosophy, the adjective monadic is sometimes used to describe a one-place relation such as 'is square-shaped'...

- by non-textual symbols. Most symbols denote functions or operators. A monadic function takes as its argument the result of evaluating everything to its...

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