**ordered n-tuple** — Math. See under n tuple. [1960 65] * * * … Universalium

**ordered n-tuple** — Math. See under n tuple. [1960 65] … Useful english dictionary

**ordered n-tuples** — ordered n tuple … Philosophy dictionary

**Tuple** — This article is about the mathematical concept. For the musical term, see Tuplet. For the achievement in Association Football, see The Sextuple. In mathematics and computer science, a tuple is an ordered list of elements. In set theory, an… … Wikipedia

**-tuple** — noun combining form Etymology: quintuple, sextuple set of (so many) elements usually used of sets with ordered elements < the ordered 2 tuple (a, b) > … New Collegiate Dictionary

**-tuple** — ˌtəpəl, ˌtüp noun combining form Etymology: quintuple, sextuple : set of (so many) elements often used of sets with ordered elements the ordered 2 tuple (a, b) … Useful english dictionary

**Tuple relational calculus** — The tuple calculus is a calculus that was introduced by Edgar F. Codd as part of the relational model in order to give a declarative database query language for this data model. It formed the inspiration for the database query languages QUEL and… … Wikipedia

**tuple** — noun /tʌpəl,tuːpəl/ a) A finite sequence of terms; equivalently, an ordered set. b) A single row in a relational database. Syn: n tuple, ordered pair … Wiktionary

**tuple** — [ tju:p(ə)l] noun Computing a data structure consisting of multiple parts. ↘(in a relational database) an ordered set of data constituting a record. Origin from tuple … English new terms dictionary

**ordered pair** — noun A set containing exactly two elements in a fixed order, so that, when the elements are different, exchanging them gives a different set. Notation: (a, b) or See Also: triple, triplet, tuple … Wiktionary