(computing) a function in a computer program that can deal with a number of different types of data
- Polymorphic lambda-calculus
language, types (Or “second order typed lambda-calculus”, “System F”, “Lambda-2”). An extension of typed lambda-calculus allowing functions which take types as parameters. E.g. the polymorphic function “twice” may be written: twice = /\ t . \ (f :: t -> t) . \ (x :: t) . f (f x) (where “/\” is an upper […]
- Polymorphic reticulosis
polymorphic reticulosis n. See lymphomatoid granulomatosis.
[pol-ee-mawr-fiz-uh m] /ˌpɒl iˈmɔr fɪz əm/ noun 1. the state or condition of being . 2. Crystallography. crystallization into two or more chemically identical but crystallographically distinct forms. 3. Biology. the existence of an organism in several form or color varieties. 4. Genetics. the presence of two or more distinct phenotypes in a population due […]
polymorphocellular pol·y·mor·pho·cel·lu·lar (pŏl’ē-môr’fə-sěl’yə-lər) adj. Relating to or formed of cells of several different kinds.