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The definition of n-tuple in the **dictionary** is *an ordered set of n elements.*

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Machine Vision Algorithms in Java: Techniques and Implementation 3.2.4 **N-tuple** Operators **N-tuple** operators may be regarded as generalised
versions of local operators (Fig. 3.24). In order to understand the **N-tuple**
operators, let us first consider a linear local operator which uses a large
processing window, ...

Paul F. Whelan, Derek Molloy, **2001**

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Data Mining: A Knowledge Discovery Approach 1. Vectors. We begin by defining a mathematical abstraction known as a vector
space. In linear algebra the fundamental concepts relate to the n-tuples and their
algebraic properties. Definition: An ordered **n-tuple** is considered as a sequence
...

Krzysztof J. Cios, Witold Pedrycz, Roman W. Swiniarski, **2007**

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Handbook of Means and Their Inequalities 6 n-tuples If fy € R, C, 1 < i < n, then we write a for the, ordered, real, complex, **n-**
**tuple** (a\, . . . ,an) with these elements or entries; so if a is a real **n-tuple** a G Rn.
The usual vector notation is followed. In addition the following conventions are ...

P.S. Bullen, **2003**

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A Foundation in Digital Communication Further assume that the K-tuples in (28.24) are independent. Then for every 1/ G {
1, . . . , k/K}, the **N-tuple** (T((rI1)N+1)7___,T(”N)) (28.25) forms a sufificient statistic
for guessing the K-tuple (D(r/I1)1<+1, - - - , Dl/K) (2826) or any function thereof.

Amos Lapidoth, **2009**

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Essays on Game Theory Any **n-tuple** of strategies, one for each player, may be regarded as a point in the
product space obtained by multiplying the n strategy spaces of the players. One
such **n-tuple** counters another if the strategy of each player in the countering ...

John F. Nash, **1996**

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The Mathematics of Preference, Choice and Order: Essays in ... The same effect occurs for any n, a Condorcet **n-tuple** generated by a ranking
can be associated with a Condorcet **n-tuple** generated by the reverse of the
original ranking. Indeed, a coordinate direction in profile space is given by one
unit of ...

Steven Brams, William V. Gehrlein, Fred S. Roberts, **2009**

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Deductive and Object-Oriented Databases: Fourth ... Type Input Output Type Input Output TypeScan 1-tuple XProduct **n-tuple**, m-tuple
n+m-tuple Constraint **n-tuple** n+k-tuple EquiJoin **n-tuple**, m-tuple n+j-tuple (j < m)
FixPoint **n-tuple n-tuple** Union **n-tuple**, . . . , **n-tuple n-tuple** Fix Feed **n-tuple** ...

Tok W. Ling, Alberto O. Mendelzon, Laurent Vieille, **1995**

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From Semantics to Computer Science: Essays in Honour of ... For any natural number n, an **n-tuple** of sequences, or simply a tuple, is a function
from {0, . . . ,n — 1} into S. We let 8" denote the set of all n-tuples of sequences.
For convenience, we identify 81 with 8. Note that when n I 0, S" I 0 —> S I The ...

Yves Bertot, **2009**

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Classics in Game Theory Any **n-tuple** of strategies, one for each player, may be regarded as a point in the
product space obtained by multiplying the n strategy spaces of the players. One
such **n-tuple** counters another if the strategy of each player in the countering ...

Harold William Kuhn, **1997**

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Mathematics of Neural Networks: Models, Algorithms and ...
Algo-Logic Systems Launches 40Gbps TCP Endpoint on ReFLEX …

... such as the Key Value Store (KVS) in-memory database, as well as with customer applications that perform **N-Tuple** packet classification and ... «IT Business Net, Jul 15»

Algo-Logic Systems Launches 40Gbps TCP Endpoint on BittWare …

... such as the Key Value Store (KVS) in-memory database, as well as with customer applications that perform **N-Tuple** packet classification and ... «Military Technologies, Jun 15»

Algo-Logic Systems Launches Industry-First 40Gbps TCP Endpoint …

... such as the Key Value Store (KVS) in-memory database, as well as with customer applications that perform **N-Tuple** packet classification and ... «PR Newswire, Jun 15»

Algo-Logic Systems Launches Ultra-Low-Latency Highly Scalable …

... gateware accelerated search capabilities for Telecom ESNs, IPv4/IPv6 addresses, web cookies, stock market order IDs and **N-Tuple** rules. «MarketWatch, Jul 14»

GENESUS: A two-step sequence design program for DNA …

A core algorithm of the program composes a set of strand sequences following the **n-tuple** uniqueness principle, which is realized by non-redundantly picking ... «BioTechniques.com, Apr 14»

UK 'faces a 50-50 risk of suffering triple-dip recession' say …

Bumping along the bottom is the order of the day, and double, triple, quadruple, and **n-tuple** dips are the likely corollary,' he added. Such an ... «Daily Mail, Dec 12»

Sunday: Risky Business

On the less stellar side are UNPOTS and ATTENDER, with CROAKERS somewhere in between. **N-TUPLE** might look new, but it's actually ... «New York Times, Oct 10»

Types and Tuples in .NET 4

The name tuple is said to derive from the sequence: single, double, triple, quadruple, quintuple, sextuple, septuple, octuple, ... **n-tuple**. «Visual Studio Magazine, Dec 09»

REFERENCE

«ENGLISH DICTIONARY. *N-Tuple* [online] - Edition 3.3 (Dec 2016). Available <http://englishdictionary.education/en/n-tuple> »