[hed-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st] /ˈhɛdˌmoʊst or, esp. British, -məst/
most advanced; foremost.
a less common word for foremost
- Head normal form
theory, reduction (HNF) A term describing a lambda expression whose top level is either a variable, a data value, a built-in function applied to too few arguments, or a lambda abstraction whose body is not reducible. I.e. the top level is neither a redex nor a lambda abstraction with a reducible body. An expression in […]
- Head normalisation theorem
Under the typed lambda-calculus, beta/delta reduction of the left-most redex (normal order reduction) is guaranteed to terminate with a head normal form if one exists. See also Church-Rosser theorem.
[hed-noht] /ˈhɛdˌnoʊt/ noun 1. a brief summary, comment, or explanation that precedes a chapter, report, etc.
- Head of all the heads
noun phrase The highest-ranking chief; the big chief; capo di tutti capi: Head of all the heads, you understand my meaning? (1970s+) Related Terms capo