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experimental cmavo closing bracket/terminator for mekso expression interpretation modifiers Acts as closing for boi'au, boi'ai, boi'oi.
experimental cmavo mekso unary operator: the result of the logistic function applied to/at a; 1/(1+\operatorname {e}^(-a)), where \operatorname {e} is the natural base
obsolete cmavo mekso operator: the bth branch of the (possibly multivalued) function a According to convention or by explicit definition in the discourse. Default is b=1.
experimental cmavo mekso binary operator: right-handed vectorial cross product (ordered input), a×b Generally noncommutative; right-handed in three dimensions. See also: du'ei
experimental cmavo elliptical/unspecified/vague string/text/word In numbers/mekso, produces a string of single-symbols or digits (not considered as a single entity, but a concatenated sequence of those symbols).
gismu x1 is a quotient of 'x2/x3' [dividend x2 divided by divisor x3], leaving remainder x4. See also frinu, fendi, katna, parbi, mekso.
gismu rafsi: pab x1 (me'o, fraction) is a ratio/rate of x2 (quantity) with respect to x3 (quantity), [x2:x3]. Also x1 fraction/proportion/quotient; x2 dividend/numerator; x3 divisor/denominator. See also frinu, dilcu, mekso.
gismu rafsi: pi'i x1 is the product/total/result of factors/multiplicands (x2 and x3) x2 multiplied by x3. See also mekso, sumji, rapli, jalge, dilcu, pi'i
experimental cmavo preserve formal interpretation of mekso subexpression with no substitutions made In a sense, "converts" an expression from one that has been tampered with in any way to exactly what was uttered in the first place. See: http://mw.lojban.org/papri/Proposal:_distinguishing_digits_from_numbers#Avoiding_the_.22.22D.22_Equals_.229.22.22_hole
experimental cmavo mekso binary operator: Lambert product-log W function; W(a, b) Default: b=0. a can be any complex number (for which W is defined) and b is any integer denoting the branch (where b=0 implies the principal branch). See also: vau'au'o.
experimental cmavo mekso ternary operator: positive super-root; the bth super-root (inverse operator of hyper-operator with respect to base) of a of order c-2. c must be nonnegative (and currently must also be an integer). See: dei'au'o, te'au'u, de'au'u
experimental cmavo mekso string operator (n-ary): formal left-concatenation; X_1+X_2+X_3+..., where X_i is a string/word/text Generally noncommutative. The result is a single string written over the alphabet that is the union of each of the alphabets of the X_i's. "ABC"+"DEF"+"GHI" = "ABCDEFGHI". See konkatena.
experimental cmavo unevaluated mekso as name. Where "la broda brode" is to "la'e lu broda brode" as "li'ai by cy" is to "la'e me'o by cy". See also li, me'o, la, la'e.
experimental cmavo mekso n-ary operator: interleave sequences Given the ordered input of m sequences a_i wherein the jth term is a_(i,j), the output is a sequence z with the nth term z_n = a_(n % m, 1 + (n - n % m)/m), where "n % m" is the remainder of division/modulus of n by m.
gismu rafsi: jag ja'e x1 (action/event/state) is a result/outcome/conclusion of antecedent x2 (event/state/process). Also: x2 gives rise to x1 (= selja'e for reordered places); total (general meaning, but also = mekyja'e, pi'irja'e, sujyja'e). See also se mukti, te zukte, se rinka, se krinu, se nibli, mulno, sumji, pilji, mekso, cmavo list ja'e, ciksi.
experimental cmavo elliptical/unspecified/vague letteral/symbol Has use in mekso at the least; in this context, it might subsume xo'e (but see: xo'e'o'e). It also may be useful in spelling, initialisms, etc. If used as a pro-sumti (as other letters are), it means zo'e but only for reasonable or previously specified letterals assignments.