Abstract space

a space whose elements are not geometric points, especially a function space.


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  • Abstract syntax

    abstract syntax language, data A form of representation of data that is independent of machine-oriented structures and encodings and also of the physical representation of the data. Abstract syntax is used to give a high-level description of programs being compiled or messages passing over a communications link. A compiler’s internal representation of a program will […]

  • Abstract syntax notation 1

    abstract syntax notation 1 language, standard, protocol (ASN.1, X.208, X.680) An ISO/ITU-T standard for transmitting structured data on networks, originally defined in 1984 as part of CCITT X.409 ’84. ASN.1 moved to its own standard, X.208, in 1988 due to wide applicability. The substantially revised 1995 version is covered by the X.680 series. ASN.1 defines […]

  • Abstract syntax tree

    abstract syntax tree compiler (AST) A data structure representing something which has been parsed, often used as a compiler or interpreter’s internal representation of a program while it is being optimised and from which code generation is performed. The range of all possible such structures is described by the abstract syntax. (1994-11-08)

  • Abstract thinking

    abstract thinking abstract thinking n. Thinking characterized by the ability to use concepts and to make and understand generalizations, such as of the properties or pattern shared by a variety of specific items or events. Contemporary Examples It also leads to a corresponding increase in risk-taking and abstract thinking. Petraeus May Have Been Felled by […]

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