characterized by the presence of calculus, or stone.
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(pathol) of or suffering from a calculus
Mathematics. a method of calculation, especially one of several highly systematic methods of treating problems by a special system of algebraic notations, as differential or integral calculus. Pathology. a stone, or concretion, formed in the gallbladder, kidneys, or other parts of the body. Also called tartar. Dentistry. a hard, yellowish to brownish-black deposit on teeth […]
the branch of mathematics dealing with the application of techniques similar to those of differential and integral calculus to discrete rather than continuous quantities.
calculus of communicating systems (CCS) A mathematical model (a formal language) for describing processes, mostly used in the study of parallelism. A CCS program, written in behaviour expressions syntax denotes a process behaviour. Programs can be compared using the notion of observational equivalence. [“A Calculus of Communicating Systems”, LNCS 92, Springer 1980]. [“Communication and Concurrency”, […]
hedonic calculus. (in utilitarianism) appraisal of possible alternative choices in terms of the amount of pleasure to be gained and pain to be avoided in each.