a set that is a part of a larger set.
Mathematics. a set consisting of elements of a given set that can be the same as the given set or smaller.
a set the members of which are all members of some given class: A is a subset of B is usually written A⊆B
proper subset, one that is strictly contained within a larger class and excludes some of its members A⊂B
a set within a larger set
A set whose members are all contained in another set. The set of positive integers, for example, is a subset of the set of integers.
- Subset-equational language
(SEL) A declarative language for set processing by Bharat Jayaraman with subset and equational program clauses; pattern matching over sets (it supports efficient iteration over sets); annotations to say which functions distribute over union in which arguments (for point-wise/incremental computation over sets); defining transitive closures through circular constraints (implemented by mixed top-down/memoisation and bottom-up strategy); […]
noun, Physics. 1. a group of electrons in an atom belonging to the same shell and also having the same azimuthal quantum number. subshell (sŭb’shěl’) One or more orbitals in the electron shell of an atom with the same energy level. Subshells have different shapes and are distinguished by their magnetic quantum number. See more […]
noun 1. a plant consisting of a woody, perennial base with annual, herbaceous shoots. noun 1. a small bushy plant that is woody except for the tips of the branches
verb (used without object), subsided, subsiding. 1. to sink to a low or lower level. 2. to become quiet, less active, or less violent; abate: The laughter subsided. 3. to sink or fall to the bottom; settle; precipitate: to cause coffee grounds to subside. verb (intransitive) 1. to become less loud, excited, violent, etc; abate […]