A mathematical function T: [0,1] [0,1] u2192 [0,1] that is commutative, associative, monotonic, and the number 1 acts as identity element, that is T(a, 1) = a.
In mathematics, a t-norm is a kind of binary operation used in the framework of probabilistic metric spaces and in multi-valued logic, specifically in fuzzy logic. A t-norm generalizes intersection in a lattice and conjunction in logic. The name triangular norm refers to the fact that in the framework of probabilistic metric spaces t-norms are used to generalize triangle inequality of ordinary metric spaces.
The numerical value of t-norm in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of t-norm in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
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If vanilla is so widely accepted then why do they have 31 flavors? Normal is not the norm.
To choose Norm Coleman over Walter Mondale is like going to a great steakhouse and ordering the tuna sandwich.
You don't know if the price of oil is a blip that last six months or if this becomes the norm for two or three years.
It played to a very diverse audience, and in Hispanic markets was well above the norm, this diversity is a very good indication for long-term playability.
Challenges make you discover things about yourself that you never really knew. They're what make the instrument stretch--what makes you go beyond the norm.
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