Disjunctive Meaning and Definition in Dictionary
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- serving or tending to divide or separate
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Wikipedia Meaning and Definition on 'Disjunctive'
- Disjunctive: Disjunctive can refer to: Disjunctive population, in population ecology, a group of plants or animals disconnected from the rest of its range Disjunctive
- Disjunctive sequence: A disjunctive sequence is an infinite sequence (over a finite alphabet of characters) in which every finite string appears as a substring. For instance
- Disjunctive pronoun: A disjunctive pronoun is a stressed form of a personal pronoun reserved for use in isolation or in certain syntactic contexts. Disjunctive pronominal
- Disjunctive normal form: In boolean logic, a disjunctive normal form (DNF) is a standardization (or normalization) of a logical formula which is a disjunction of conjunctive clauses;
- Disjunctive syllogism: logic, disjunctive syllogism (historically known as modus tollendo ponens) is a valid argument form which is a syllogism having a disjunctive statement
- Disjunctive population: A disjunctive population, in ecology, is a colony of plants or animals, whose geographical locus is severed from the continuous range of the bulk of the
- Disjunctive sum: In the mathematics of combinatorial games, the sum or disjunctive sum of two games is a game in which the two games are played in parallel, with each
- Disjunctive graph: In the mathematical modeling of job shop scheduling problems, disjunctive graphs are a way of modeling a system of tasks to be scheduled and timing constraints
- Disjunctive cognition: Disjunctive cognition is a common phenomenon in dreams, first identified by psychoanalyst Mark Blechner, in which two aspects of cognition do not match
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