adjunction

NOUN
  1. an act of joining or adjoining things
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How To Use adjunction In A Sentence

  • The adjunction of the negation of such a sentence to the axioms of the system yields a consistent extension of formalized classical mathematics in which an actually false proposition [ein inhaltlich falscher Satz] is derivable.
  • The last piece of this puzzle is the notion of an adjunction.
  • As an efficient instructional technology of reading , adjunction can facilitate reading comprehension.
  • Now we have the notion of an adjunction, along with its unit and counit.
  • It is worth stressing in Fry's argument the spontaneous adjunction of beauty and consolation, since that throws a certain light on the Dadaists' refusal of beauty: why should they console the war-makers?
  • The problem of de Groot concerned compactifications of spaces by means of an adjunction of a set of minimal dimension.
  • According to this account, a morphologically simplex reflexive (being an X° category) can move into another X° position (such as Infl) by adjunction.
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