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Übersetzung für 'n ary' von Englisch nach Deutsch
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
• ... which is an n-ary operator which is true if and only if an odd number of arguments are true).
• The class of all "N"-ary predicates and "N"-ary operations of a concrete category ("C","U"), with "N" ranging over the class of all cardinal numbers, forms a large signature.
• A "peritectoid" transformation is a type of isothermal reversible reaction that has two solid phases reacting with each other upon cooling of a binary, ternary, ..., "n"-ary alloy to create a completely different and single solid phase.
• All functions in lambda calculus and in some functional programming languages (especially those descended from ML) are technically unary, but see n-ary below.
• It generalizes to "n"-ary functions, where the proper term is "multilinear".

• The concept of binary function generalises to "ternary" (or "3-ary") "function", "quaternary" (or "4-ary") "function", or more generally to "n-ary function" for any natural number "n".
• Generalizing in a different direction, an "n"-ary semigroup (also "n"-semigroup, polyadic semigroup or multiary semigroup) is a generalization of a semigroup to a set "G" with a "n"-ary operation instead of a binary operation.
• If it takes "n" arguments it is called "n"-ary.
• In applied mathematics, computer science and statistics, it is common to refer to a Boolean-valued function as an "n"-ary "predicate".
• A more general approach to reification is to create an explicit new class and n new properties to represent an "n"-ary relation, making an instance of the relation linking the [...] individuals an instance of this class.

• There are many specialized types of Gray codes other than the binary-reflected Gray code.
• This is what exactly works in Scala: a "n"-ary function is internally a class that inherits the [...] trait (which can be seen as a general interface in Java-like languages), where [...] are the parameter types, and [...] is its return type; "−" before the type means the type is contravariant while "+" means covariant.
• , "n"-ary relations can also be definable. Functions are definable if the function graph is a definable relation, and constants [...] are definable if there is a formula [...] such that "a" is the only element of [...] such that [...] is true.
• An "n"-ary quasigroup is a set with an "n"-ary operation, [...] with [...] , such that the equation [...] has a unique solution for any one variable if all the other "n" variables are specified arbitrarily.
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