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fu'ivla x1 (amount) is the entropy of system x2 under conditions x3 Any type of entropy is allowed, not just Boltzmann entropy; Boltzmann entropy should be named as such. x2 must be a system in the physical sense. See also: boltsemaku, ciste, kalte, cunso, zildatni.
fu'ivla x1 is the port number of process x2 running in computer x3, port number used by protocol x4. x2 can be a client or server. Cf. samjudri. x4 must be specific to the port number, i.e. TCP (=tycypys) or UDP (=ubudypys).
experimental cmavo generic algebra unit e_n The structure/space in which it is being considered should be specified. Subscripts are expected. Used for octonions, sedenions, etc. Can also be used for R, C, or H. Works like ka'o (as a comma) and is isomorphic to it. See also: ka'o, kai'o, kei'o, koi'o.
li'i ze'ei ka
cmavo-compound abstractor: experience of being: x1 is x2's experience of being [bridi] (property of x2; with {ce'u} referring to x2's position) = li'imdu be lo ka. See li'i, ze'ei, {li'i ze'ei nu}
li'i ze'ei nu
cmavo-compound abstractor: experience of event: x1 is x2's experience of observing or participating in [bridi] (event) = li'imdu be lo nu. See li'i, ze'ei, {li'i ze'ei ka}
lujvo x1 is a singularity of function/object x2 of type/with properties x3; x2 has a singularity of type/severity x3 at (locus) x1 x3 can be used in order to specify cosmetic/removable singularity, pole (and the degree/severity thereof), and essential singularity; none of these aforementioned options are a default. x1 may be at infinity or in various other spaces.
lujvo j1=p2 is a policy by p1 policy maker regarding j3 subject of policy, j1 is political Made out of platu, javni. Politics as an activity may be "nu plajva" and political science may be "plajva saske"
si'o ze'ei du'u
cmavo-compound abstractor: x1 is x2's concept of [bridi] (proposition or {kau}-question) = lo sidbo be lo du'u. See si'o, ze'ei, kau
si'o ze'ei poi'i
cmavo-compound abstractor: x1 is x2's concept of the object bound to {ke'a} and described by [bridi] = lo sidbo be lo poi'i. See si'o, ze'ei
lujvo x1 makes x2 see (perceive visually) x3 under conditions x4 One sense of "show", but more mechanism-specific than the English word; one can't "visygau fi ko'a" where ko'a is not something that can be literally seen. In these cases arco or sajgau may be preferred. Also see jarco.
lujvo xl1=c1 is bad food/junk food (in one sense) for xl2=c2, bad by standard xl3. The word “bad” is subjective here. The food can be “bad” for xl2=c2’s health, it can taste bad, etc. The “standard” place can be used for disambiguation.
cmavo-compound restrictive relative phrase marker: permanently / inalienably associated with; it is impossible or near-impossible to break that relation Proposed as a variation of po'e with less semantic-boundary difficulties, while freeing up po'e for reassignment in dialects/forks. Most words that the concept of 'inalienable possession' applies to, e.g. birka, mamta, or even pendo in some natlangs, have a convenient be place to be used instead with a better-defined meaning. However, this may be used for any relation that is impossible-or-nigh-impossible to break, e.g. the car you worked on and made custom modifications to for years; in a sense, it will still be "your car" even if you sold it. do'ecai could be a variation to associate a bridi or the subject of the bridi, e.g. 'ti karce do'ecai mi'. See also pesai, pe
experimental cmavo non-mekso quote/name substitution for ordered collection of prescriptions, descriptions, definitions, etc. Delimited non-math/non-mekso quote (works like zoi in this respect). Treats the quote as a substitute for some formal collection of rules or mathematical description/definitions/notations; the exact meaning of the quote must be inferred as is the case with la or any quote; the quote is treated as a single block of text representative a single entity so described in only that case/context by the utterer; can be used to clarify the interpretation of text (convention specification; text need not be mathematical (in which case, it must be used in a meta-linguistic scope)) or as an operand of certain mathematical operators (or, more generally perhaps, bridi). Might be useful for quoting names as descriptors for arguments of operands. For example: orderings, metrics, bases, densities, analytic properties, conventions, etc. can all be more easily described by a moniker than by a formal mathematical description. See also: ju'au, se'au, mau'au.
experimental gismu x1 is a gesture/facial expression/body part motion/body language/expressive (nonverbal or nonvocal) feature/microexpression/stature/posture/sign/body signal [nonverbal expression made using only one's body parts and items on one's immediate person as extensions of the body in order to communicate; possibly nonlinguistic/extralinguistic] that conveys/expresses thought/emotion/command/idea x2 (nu/si'o; possibly text and other types) made using body part/utensil/object/at locus x3 in/by motion/action/means x4 Must be body-oriented; any other object involved is simply for the matter of convenience and acts as an extension of the body (and thus must be on the performer's immediate person at or near the locus of the gesture). Body language, posturing, and stature are usually considered to be nonlocalized (body-general), although they need not be (and technically are not in general). Must be externally visible and/or internally sensed. Any non-body-part utensil/item (including clothing) must function as an extension of the body in the gesture. Need not be conscious or performed by a person (note that agent/performer is not mentioned in this definition); can, but need not, be accompanied by vocalizations (not necessarily linguistic), but the gesture itself is not primarily noise-producing. Might include sign language words or cheremes, although a more explicit word for linguistically organized and “full” cheremes is preferred (and especially for the sign language as a whole). x1 is possibly best typed by nu and/or si'o. x4 might be best expressed as an event; for example, it could be "the event of the right hand touching the chest near the heart, with fist clenched" for a salute, whereas/wherein x3 would be merely the fist/hand (and the chest near the heart). Use cocygau for: x1 (agent) gestures; x1 agentively/actively makes gesture x2, communicating x3, performed with body part(s) x4 in motion x5. Proposed short rafsi: -coc-.
experimental cmavo mekso string operator (ternary): find-and-replace; in string/text/word/sequence X1 formally replace X2 (ordered tuple of terms to be replaced) with X3 (ordered tuple of terms to be respectively substituted) X2 and X3 are ordered tuples of substrings/letters/characters/letterals/digits/numerals. The ith term in tuple X2 is replaced with the ith term in tuple X3; the replacements are executed simultaneously (thus, no overlap/contradiction can be allowed to arise in the substitution- in particular, in X2) - alternatively, if there is overlap/conflict in/between the terms of X2, the replacements are performed in order of presentation (the ith term in X2 is replaced by the ith term in X3, and then the (i+1)th term in X2 is replaced with the (i+1)th term in X3, starting with the 1st term in each). X2 and X3 must have the same length/number of terms - alternatively, X3 cannot be longer/have more terms than X2; in this situation, the ith term of X2 is replaced with the ith term of X3 until and including when the last term of X3 is reached, after which point the remaining terms in X2 are not replaced at all. Use a permutation acting on X2 as the argument for X3 in order to rearrange the substrings of X1; if the alphabet is ordered, then operators can be applied to the letters in order to rotate through the alphabet. In particular, if X1 is a binary string (a word over an alphabet of two letters) and X2 is the 2-tuple of the letters of that binary alphabet (length-1 substrings), then without specification of X3, this operator defaults to bitwise binary negation (bit conjugation) wherein each letter in X1 is replaced by the unique other letter in the binary alphabet (otherwise, the replacement would be the identity/trivial replacement or just a formal substitution letter-by-letter which does not really change the nature of the word). X1 and each entry in X2 and X3 should be quoted, match a necessary type (such as being a character), or be abstracted a level by symbolics. In general, the replacement is formal and the strings in X3 need not be over the same alphabet as the one over which X1 is written. This operator is useful for combinatorial lines and for expanding digits (such as, in a binary string, replacing each occurrence of "0" with "01" and each occurrence of "1" with "10"; note that the replacement is instantaneous and simultaneous for all terms of X2 and every occurrence of such terms in X1, thus this substitution is perfectly acceptable).
experimental cmavo ternary mekso operator: x1th Bergelson multiplicative interval with exponents bounded from above by function x2 and with sequence of shifts x3, where exponents belong to set x4 x1 must be a positive integer. x2 must be a strictly monotonic increasing function mapping from all of the positive integers to a subset (not necessarily proper) thereof. x3 must be a sequence of natural numbers. x2 without context will default to the same value as x1 (it is simple linear on the set of positive integers), x3 without context will be a sequence all and only of 1's, x4 without context defaults to the set of all non-negative integers. Let p_i be a prime for all i, with p1 = 2 and the ith prime (in the normal monotonic increasing order) being p_i. Let all other symbols match the aforementioned conditions. Represent the nth term of the sequence x3 by x3_n; represent the function in x2 being applied to the number m by x2(m). Then x1 be'ei'oi x2 boi x3 boi x4 produces the set of all numbers of the form x3_(x1) * (p1)^(e1) *...* (p_(x1))^(e_(x1)), where e_j belongs to the intersection of the interval [0, x2(x1)] with x4.