[in-duhk-tiv] /ɪnˈdʌk tɪv/
of, relating to, or involving electrical induction or .
operating by :
an inductive machine.
of, relating to, or employing logical :
Embryology. eliciting the action of an embryonic inducer.
serving to ; leading or influencing (usually followed by to).
relating to, involving, or operated by electrical or magnetic induction: an inductive reactance
(logic, maths) of, relating to, or using induction: inductive reasoning
serving to induce or cause
a rare word for introductory
(biology) producing a reaction within an organism, esp induction in embryonic tissue
early 15c., from Old French inductif or directly from Late Latin inductivus, from induct-, past participle stem of inducere (see induce). As a term in logic, from 1764.
noun, Electricity. 1. the opposition of inductance to alternating current, equal to the product of the angular frequency of the current times the self-inductance. Symbol: X L.
- Inductive relation
A relation R between domains D and E is inductive if for all chains d1 .. dn in D and e1 .. en in E, For all i, di R ei => lub(d) R lub(e)
noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the branch of statistics dealing with conclusions, generalizations, predictions, and estimations based on data from samples.
[in-duhk-ter] /ɪnˈdʌk tər/ noun 1. Also called inductance. Electricity. a coil used to introduce inductance into an electric circuit. 2. a person who , as into office. /ɪnˈdʌktə/ noun 1. a person or thing that inducts 2. a component, such as a coil, in an electrical circuit the main function of which is to produce […]