- adjunction
- ad·junc·tion

*English syllables.
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- adjunction
- ad·junc·tion

*English syllables.
2014.*

**adjunction**— index addition, attachment (act of affixing) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 adjunction … Law dictionary**Adjunction**— Ad*junc tion, n. [L. adjunctio, fr. adjungere: cf. F. adjonction, and see {Adjunct}.] The act of joining; the thing joined or added. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English**adjunction**— /euh jungk sheuhn/, n. addition of an adjunct. [1595 1605; < L adjunction (s. of adjunctio). See ADJUNCT, ION] * * * … Universalium**Adjunction space**— In mathematics, an adjunction space is a common construction in topology where one topological space is attached or glued onto another. Specifically, let X and Y be a topological spaces with A a subspace of Y . Let f : A → X be a continuous map… … Wikipedia**Adjunction (field theory)**— In abstract algebra, adjunction is a construction in field theory, where for a given field extension E / F , subextensions between E and F are constructed. Definition Let E be a field extension of a field F . Given a set of elements A in the… … Wikipedia**Adjunction formula (algebraic geometry)**— In mathematics, the adjunction formula of algebraic geometry and complex manifold theory relates, for a hypersurface, its normal bundle, its canonical bundle, and the canonical bundle of the ambient variety or manifold.Let H be a hypersurface in… … Wikipedia**adjunction**— noun Date: 1618 the act or process of adjoining … New Collegiate Dictionary**adjunction**— noun a) A form of similarity between a pair of categories and which is weaker than equivalence, which in turn is weaker than isomorphism. Given functors and , F is left adjoint of G, and G right adjoint of F, denoted as , if b) there are a pair… … Wiktionary**adjunction**— n. addition of something; addition of a modifying word or phrase (Grammar) … English contemporary dictionary**adjunction**— noun 1》 Mathematics the joining of two sets to form a larger set. 2》 Logic the asserting in a single formula of two previously asserted formulae … English new terms dictionary