Definition of Disjuncts
1. Noun. (plural of disjunct) ¹
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Definition of Disjuncts
1. disjunct [n] - See also: disjunct
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Literary usage of Disjuncts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. First Text Retrieval Conference (Trec-1): Proceedings by D. K. Harman (1993)
"Secondly, the query should be in disjunctive normal form, and have relatively few disjuncts. This is because query time is almost linear in the number of ..."
2. Text Retrieval Conference, 4th edited by D. K. Harman (1998)
"... conjunct of disjuncts In other words, the terms in each topic are treated as a disjunction, and a conjunction is imposed among the topical disjuncts. ..."
3. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"Ironically as a sentence adverb is what some grammarians call a disjunct; disjuncts tell you what the writer or speaker thinks about a statement, ..."
4. Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece, During the Middle of the Fourth by Jean-Jacques Barthélemy (1817)
"It is composed of two tetrachords, but disjuncts, that is to say, the one separated from the other, E, F, G, A, B, C, D, E. In the first ..."
5. Overview of the Third Text Retrieval Conference (Trec-3) edited by D. K. Harmon (1995)
"... which are to be combined in a variety of ways, begin with the reduction of the topic text to a Boolean expression as a single conjunction of disjuncts. ..."
6. Biodiversity and the Management of the Madrean Archipelago: The Sky Islands edited by Leonard F. DeBano (1999)
"... and a myriad of mysteries concerning the distribution of disjuncts, species "holes," and species "outliers" on individual mountains (eg, Ramamoorthy, ..."
7. Partial Evaluation and Automatic Program Generation by Neil D. Jones, Carsten K. Gomard, Peter Sestoft (1993)
"... depending on which disjuncts hold in (t% — >• t± = tVt = t± = k = D). By making combined rules for the other operators that have both static and dynamic ..."
8. Johannis Wyclif Tractatus de logica by John Wycliffe (1896)
"But how is it that each of ihe disjuncts, convertible with the contradictory oí the other, is'not that contradictor* Because propositions convertible may be ..."