internalise

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v internalise incorporate within oneself; make subjective or personal "internalize a belief"
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Usage


In science:

Firstly each internalised vertex is ignored.
Pascal's triangle and word bases for blob algebra ideals
The final example of the previous Section, that of sheaves, can be internalised, in a suitable sense.
A Unified Approach to Algebraic Set Theory
The first observation is that we can internalise enough recursion theory in E for doing realisability.
A Unified Approach to Algebraic Set Theory
PR an internal PR count of all PR map codes, and cantorX : N In fact, by schema (πO ) itself (O extending N[ω ]), ε preserves the extra “the” Cantor’s count of X ⊂ N, then you get Ackermann’s original diagonal equation instances inserted by internalisation of (πO ).
RCF2: Evaluation and Consistency
Node entry is an equation directly given by (internalised) axiom.
RCF2: Evaluation and Consistency
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