the branch of topology that deals with the properties of geometric figures by considering the figures as being composed of elementary geometric figures, as points or lines.
[kuh m-bahy-nuh-tawr-iks, -tor-, kom-buh-] /kəmˌbaɪ nəˈtɔr ɪks, -ˈtɒr-, ˌkɒm bə-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. .
[kuh m-bahy-nuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /kəmˈbaɪ nəˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/ adjective 1. . 2. .
- Combinatory logic
logic A system for reducing the operational notation of logic, mathematics or a functional language to a sequence of modifications to the input data structure. First introduced in the 1920’s by Schoenfinkel. Re-introduced independently by Haskell Curry in the late 1920’s (who quickly learned of Schoenfinkel’s work after he had the idea). Curry is really […]
[verb kuh m-bahyn for 1, 2, 6, kom-bahyn for 3, 7; noun kom-bahyn, kuh m-bahyn for 8, 9, kom-bahyn for 10] /verb kəmˈbaɪn for 1, 2, 6, ˈkɒm baɪn for 3, 7; noun ˈkɒm baɪn, kəmˈbaɪn for 8, 9, ˈkɒm baɪn for 10/ verb (used with object), combined, combining. 1. to bring into or join […]