monoid definition

  • noun:
    • a group which can be shut under an associative binary procedure, and which contains a component that will be an identity when it comes to operation.
    • In mathematics, a surface which possesses a conical point associated with highest possible (n —1)th purchase.
  • others:
    • In old prosody, containing but one sort of base: noting specific meters. Monoid yards are called pure meters or quick yards, and distinguished from compound (episynthetic) yards and combined or logaœdic yards.

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