# argument functionの例文

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- The hypergeometric function is an example of a four-argument function.
- This property is inherited from lambda calculus, where multi-argument functions are usually represented in curried form.
- Here, the isosurfaces3d function requires a three-argument function for its first argument, which the curried f3 + supplies.
- A Church numeral is a higher-order function it takes a single-argument function " f ", and returns another single-argument function.
- A Church numeral is a higher-order function it takes a single-argument function " f ", and returns another single-argument function.
- The partial composition in only one argument mentioned previously can be instantiated from this more general scheme by setting all argument functions except one to be suitably chosen projection functions.
- In 1928, Wilhelm Ackermann defined a 3-argument function \ phi ( a, b, n ) which gradually evolved into a 2-argument function known as the Ackermann function.
- In 1928, Wilhelm Ackermann defined a 3-argument function \ phi ( a, b, n ) which gradually evolved into a 2-argument function known as the Ackermann function.
- That is to say, a Church numeral is a higher-order function it takes a single-argument function " f ", and returns another single-argument function.
- That is to say, a Church numeral is a higher-order function it takes a single-argument function " f ", and returns another single-argument function.
- Those futile Yes / No arguments function more like a real-life heated argument whereas the point system in OAD steers the user towards convincing other users that their own point is valid and should influence the decision.
- According to Borody, the phallogocentric argument functions as a meta-narrative that denounces all of modern Western culture as rigidly rationalistic and hegemonic in much the same manner that New World colonialists denounced all native culture as " savage ".
- The two " domains of objects " are called " arguments " ( I-objects ) and " functions " ( II-objects ); where they overlap are the " argument functions " ( he calls them I-II objects ).
- The abstract two-argument " round ( ) " function is formally defined here, but in many cases it is used with the implicit value " m " = 1 for the increment and then reduces to the equivalent abstract single-argument function, with also the same dozen distinct concrete definitions.
- That is, while an evaluation of the first function might be represented as f ( 1, 2, 3 ), evaluation of the curried function would be represented as f _ \ text { curried } ( 1 ) ( 2 ) ( 3 ), applying each argument in turn to a single-argument function returned by the previous invocation.
- They are certainly not typical transcendental arguments as philosophers such as Charles Taylor have defined them, the distinguishing feature of which is the identification of some putative condition on the possibility of experience . ( However, his arguments function in an analogous way since they try to argue that scientific practice would be unintelligible and / or inexplicable in the absence of the ontological features he identifies .)
- On page 95 Clifford deconstructed the quaternion product of William Rowan Hamilton into two separate " products " of two vectors : vector product and scalar product, anticipating the complete severance seen in " Vector Analysis " ( 1901 ) . " Elements of Dynamic " was the debut of the term cross-ratio for a four-argument function frequently used in geometry.
- Richard Bird in his 2010 book proposes " a general fold function on non-empty lists " foldrn which transforms its last element, by applying an additional argument function to it, into a value of the result type before starting the folding itself, and is thus able to use type-asymmetrical binary operation like the regular foldr to produce a result of type different from the list's elements type.
- As a three-argument function, e . g ., G ( n, a, b ) = H _ n ( a, b ), the hyperoperation sequence as a whole is seen to be a version of the original Ackermann function \ phi ( a, b, n ) \, \ ! recursive but not primitive recursive as modified by Goodstein to incorporate the primitive successor function together with the other three basic operations of arithmetic ( addition, multiplication, exponentiation ), and to make a more seamless extension of these beyond exponentiation.