### Lexicographical Neighbors of Determinators

### Literary usage of Determinators

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *The Collected Mathematical Papers of Arthur Cayley* by Arthur Cayley (1889)

"Their equations may be taken to be cy — bz = Q, az — cx = 0, bx - ay = 0, 1 I
use the words " **determinators**," Ac. to denote indifferently the sections or ..."**2.** *Abel's Theorem and the Allied Theory: Including the Theory of the Theta* by Henry Frederick Baker (1897)

"БД, of R = 2p — 2 — Q places, have the strength p— q — 1, or R — т, as **determinators**
of adjoint polynomials of grade (n — 1) у + n — 3. ..."**3.** *Report of the Annual Meeting* (1842)

"to call " Sturm's **determinators**," and proceeds to lay bare the internal anatomy
of these remarkable forms. He uses the Greek letter " £" to indicate that ..."**4.** *Sir Thomas Browne* by Edmund Gosse (1905)

"... behind Aldrovandi, before he can make up his mind that the theory is repugnant "to
the three **determinators** of truth, authority, sense, and reason. ..."**5.** *The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris* edited by William Torrey Harris (1876)

"The springs taken from sense may be the sufficient **determinators** of every act;
and that they are permitted so to be, irrespective of the law, is precisely ..."