(generic)

description::

· generic-entity[a] is an-entity WITH specific-attributes (concepts which have at least the-attributes of it[a]).

· example: tree.

· 'tree' includes ANY individual-tree, a-set of trees, AND ALL trees.

name::

* McsEngl.McsCor000009.last.html//dirCor//dirMcs!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.dirMcs/dirCor/McsCor000009.last.html!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.GENERIC,

* McsEngl.entity.generic!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.generic,

* McsEngl.generic'(McsCor000009)!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.generic-entity!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.generic'(generic-entity)!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.megethos!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.individualNo-entity!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.instanceNo-entity!⇒generic,

* McsEngl.the-singular!⇒generic, [The camel is a beast of burden]

* McsEngl.plural!⇒generic, [camels are beasts of burden]

* McsEngl.quantity.abstractNo!⇒generic,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko!=generic,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.γενική-έννοια!=generic,

* McsElln.γενική-οντότητα!=generic,

* McsElln.μέγεθος!=generic,

* McsElln.ποσότητα-μή-αφηρημένη!=generic,

description::

· generic-specific--relation is the-sequencedNo-relation between a-generic[a] and a-specific of it[a].

name::

* McsEngl.generic-specific-undirected-relation,

* McsEngl.relation.generic-specific,

* McsEngl.specific-generic-undirected-relation,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ro-ko-go!⇒relation.generic-specific,

description::

· generic-relation is the-sequenced-relation between a-specific[a] and a-generic of it[a].

name::

* McsEngl.generic-relation!⇒specific:generic,

* McsEngl.relation.generic!⇒specific:generic,

* McsEngl.specific-generic-directed-relation!⇒specific:generic,

* McsEngl.specific:generic,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ro-ko!=specific:generic,

* McsSngo.ka!~conjSngo!=specific:generic,

description::

· specific-relation is the-sequenced-relation between a-generic[a] and a-specific of it[a].

name::

* McsEngl.generic-specific-directed-relation!⇒generic.specific,

* McsEngl.generic.specific,

* McsEngl.relation.specific-of-generic!⇒generic.specific,

* McsEngl.specific-relation!⇒generic.specific,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ro-go!=generic.specific,

* McsSngo.ga!~conjSngo!=generic.specific,

description::

· measuring of generic[a] is the-doing of finding the-abstract-quantity of its[a] referent by comparing it with a-unit-of-measurement.

name::

* McsEngl.generic'measuring,

* McsEngl.measure'01_measuring,

* McsEngl.measurement,

* McsEngl.measuring,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.rio-kao!=measuring,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.διαδικασία-μέτρησης,

name::

* McsEngl.generic'evoluting,

{time.2019-09-12}::

=== McsHitp-creation:

· creation of current concept.

name::

* McsEngl.generic'generic-specific-tree,

generic-of-generic::

* entity,

attribute-tree-of-generic::

* ,

description::

· on entity:

* individual-entity,

name::

* McsEngl.abstractNo-quantity,

* McsEngl.generic.specific,

* McsEngl.quantity-NOT-abstract,

* McsEngl.quantity-of-entity,

* McsEngl.quantity-of--generic-entity,

* McsEngl.specific-of-generic,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.go!=specific,

description::

· specific of generic[a] is any entity that has the-attributes of generic[a].

specific-of-generic::

* continuous,

* continuousNo,

* measured,

* measuredNo,

description::

· on measuring:

* measured-generic,

* measuredNo-generic,

description::

· measure of generic-entity[a] is a-specific of it[a] on which we have-done measuring.

· generic-entity: time.

· measure-of-entity: 5 sec of time.

· Uom: sec.

· abstract-quantity: 5.

name::

* McsEngl.generic.measured!⇒measure,

* McsEngl.measure,

* McsEngl.measure-of-entity!⇒measure,

* McsEngl.measured-generic!⇒measure,

* McsEngl.measured-quantity!⇒measure,

* McsEngl.size!⇒measure,

* in literature BOTH 'amount' and 'abstract-quantity' are-called 'quantity',

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.kao!=measure,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.μετρημένο-μέγεθος,

* McsElln.ποσό-μεγέθους,

* McsElln.ποσότητα-μεγέθους,

description::

· unit-of-measurement of amount is a-specific[a] of the-amount's generic-entity, known to all, which[a] we COMPARE with the-amount to find its relationship.

· generic-entity: time.

· amount: some-time.

· measure-of-entity: 5 sec of time.

· Uom: sec.

· abstract-quantity: 5.

name::

* McsEngl.measure'02_unit-of-measurement!⇒Uom,

* McsEngl.measure'unit-of-measurement!⇒Uom,

* McsEngl.Uom,

* McsEngl.unit-of-measurement!⇒Uom,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.kio!=Uom, from kao=measure, kuo=quantity,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.μονάδα-μέτρησης!~η!=Uom,

description::

"The Wolfram Language knows about all the 10,000 or so common kinds of units."

[{2021-02-14} https://www.wolfram.com/language/elementary-introduction/2nd-ed/17-units.html]

description::

"A system of measurement is a collection of units of measurement and rules relating them to each other.

Systems of measurement have historically been important, regulated and defined for the purposes of science and commerce.

Systems of measurement in use include the International System of Units (SI), the modern form of the metric system, the imperial system, and United States customary units."

[{2019-10-18} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_of_measurement]

name::

* McsEngl.measure'03_system-of-measurement!⇒Som,

* McsEngl.measure'system-of-measurement!⇒Som,

* McsEngl.Som,

* McsEngl.system-of-measurement!⇒Som,

* McsEngl.system-of-units!⇒Som,

name::

* McsEngl.Som.international-system-of-units-SI!⇒SomSi,

* McsEngl.SomSi,

* McsEngl.SI-international-system-of-units!⇒SomSi,

* McsEngl.international-system-of-units-SI!⇒SomSi,

description::

"The International System of Units (SI, abbreviated from the French Système international (d'unités)) is the modern form of the metric system and is the most widely used system of measurement. It comprises a coherent system of units of measurement built on seven base units, which are the second, metre, kilogram, ampere, kelvin, mole, candela, and a set of twenty prefixes to the unit names and unit symbols that may be used when specifying multiples and fractions of the units. The system also gives names to 22 derived units, such as lumen and watt, for other common physical quantities.

The SI is based on a system of base quantities – time, length, mass, electric current, thermodynamic temperature, amount of substance, and luminous intensity – and their relationships, now a subset of the International System of Quantities. The SI base units have been defined in terms of invariant constants of nature, such as the speed of light in vacuum and the charge of the electron, which can be observed and measured with great accuracy. Seven constants are used in various combinations to define the seven base units. Prior to 2019, artefacts were used instead of some of these constants, the last being the International Prototype of the Kilogram, a cylinder of platinum-iridium. Concern regarding its stability led to a revision of the definition of the base units entirely in terms of constants of nature, which was put into effect on 20 May 2019.[1]

Derived units may be defined in terms of base units or other derived units. They are adopted to facilitate measurement of diverse quantities. The SI is intended to be an evolving system; units and prefixes are created and unit definitions are modified through international agreement as the technology of measurement progresses and the precision of measurements improves. The most recently named derived unit, the katal, was defined in 1999.

The reliability of the SI depends not only on the precise measurement of standards for the base units in terms of various physical constants of nature, but also on precise definition of those constants. The set of underlying constants is modified as more stable constants are found, or may be more precisely measured. For example, in 1983 the metre was redefined as the distance that light propagates in vacuum in a given fraction of a second, thus making the value of the speed of light in terms of the defined units exact.

The motivation for the development of the SI was the diversity of units that had sprung up within the centimetre–gram–second (CGS) systems (specifically the inconsistency between the systems of electrostatic units and electromagnetic units) and the lack of coordination between the various disciplines that used them. The General Conference on Weights and Measures (French: Conférence générale des poids et mesures – CGPM), which was established by the Metre Convention of 1875, brought together many international organisations to establish the definitions and standards of a new system and to standardise the rules for writing and presenting measurements. The system was published in 1960 as a result of an initiative that began in 1948. It is based on the metre–kilogram–second system of units (MKS) rather than any variant of the CGS."

[{2020-04-05} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_System_of_Units]

name::

* McsEngl.SomSi'base-Uom,

description::

"seven base units, which are the second, metre, kilogram, ampere, kelvin, mole, candela,"

[{2020-04-05} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_System_of_Units]

addressWpg::

* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_redefinition_of_the_SI_base_units,

description::

· measurer is the-entity that does the-measuring.

name::

* McsEngl.measure'05_measurer,

* McsEngl.measure'measurer,

* McsEngl.measurer,

description::

· quantity-relation is a-relation among the-entities:

· generic-entity: time.

· measure-of-entity: 5 sec of time.

· Uom: sec.

· abstract-quantity: 5.

· measurer: the-entity that does the-measuring.

name::

* McsEngl.measure'06_quantity-relation,

* McsEngl.measure'quantity-relation,

* McsEngl.quantity-relation,

* McsEngl.relation.quantity,

description::

· ratio of a-measure-of-entity is its relation to another measure-of-entity2.

===

· ratio is the-relation of 2 measures.

· for example, the-ratio OF oranges TO strawberries in a-basket is 5 to 10, 5:10.

[hmnSgm.2017-12-15]

description::

· measuredNo-generic is a-specific of a-generic on which we have-NOT-done measuring.

name::

* McsEngl.amount,

* McsEngl.generic.measuredNo,

* McsEngl.measuredNo-generic,

* McsEngl.unmeasured-generic,

* McsEngl.unmeasured-quantity,

description::

· continuous-generic is a-generic we need a-unit-of-measurement to measure it eg time, area, weight, ...

name::

* McsEngl.continuous-generic,

* McsEngl.countableNo-noun,

* McsEngl.discreteNo,

* McsEngl.generic.continuous,

* McsEngl.mass-noun,

* McsEngl.non-countable-noun,

* McsEngl.uncountable-noun,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko-enoto!=generic.continuous,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.μέγεθος.συνεχές,

* McsElln.συνεχές-μέγεθος,

description::

· interval--continuous-generic,

· intervalNo--continuous-generic,

description::

· interval-generic is a-continous-generic[a] we CONSIDER in relation to points of it[a].

· example: time-interval, distance-interval, ...

name::

* McsEngl.continuous-generic.interval,

* McsEngl.interval-generic,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko-dotoUgo!=generic.continuous.interval,

description::

· point-generic is a-continous-generic we CONSIDER without structure.

· example: time-point, distance-point, ...

name::

* McsEngl.continuous-generic.intervalNo,

* McsEngl.continuous-generic.point,

* McsEngl.point-generic,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko-doto!=generic.continuous.point,

description::

· discrete-generic is a-generic whose specifics are-separated and we do-NOT-need a-different unit-of-measurement to measure it eg car, human, apple, ...

name::

* McsEngl.continuousNo-generic,

* McsEngl.count-noun,

* McsEngl.countable-noun,

* McsEngl.discrete-generic,

* McsEngl.generic.continuousNo,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko-enotoUgo!=generic.discrete,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.διακριτό-μέγεθος,

* McsElln.μέγεθος.διακριτό,

description::

· finite-generic is a-generic with boundaries.

===

"(adj) finite (bounded or limited in magnitude or spatial or temporal extent)"

[http://wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn?s=finite]

name::

* McsEngl.finite-generic,

* McsEngl.generic.finite,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko-limito,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.πεπερασμένο-μέγεθος!~το,

description::

· finite-generic is a-generic with boundaries.

name::

* McsEngl.generic.finiteNo,

* McsEngl.infinite-generic,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko-limitoUgo,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.άπειρο!~το,

description::

"In mathematics, physics, and engineering, a Euclidean vector (sometimes called a geometric[1] or spatial vector,[2] or—as here—simply a vector) is a geometric object that has magnitude (or length) and direction. Vectors can be added to other vectors according to vector algebra. A Euclidean vector is frequently represented by a line segment with a definite direction, or graphically as an arrow, connecting an initial point A with a terminal point B,[3] and denoted by ⭢AB."

name::

* McsEngl.genericVector,

* McsEngl.generic.vector!⇒genericVector,

* McsEngl.vector-generic!⇒genericVector,

* McsEngl.vector-quantity!⇒genericVector,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.ανυσματικό-μέγεθος!=genericVector,

* McsElln.διανυσματικό-μέγεθος!=genericVector,

description::

"A scalar or scalar quantity in physics is a physical quantity that can be described by a single element of a number field such as a real number, often accompanied by units of measurement. A scalar is usually said to be a physical quantity that only has magnitude and no other characteristics. This is in contrast to vectors, tensors, etc. which are described by several numbers that characterize their magnitude, direction, and so on.

The concept of a scalar in physics is essentially the same as in mathematics. Formally, a scalar is unchanged by coordinate system transformations. In classical theories, like Newtonian mechanics, this means that rotations or reflections preserve scalars, while in relativistic theories, Lorentz transformations or space-time translations preserve scalars."

[{2019-10-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scalar_(physics)]

name::

* McsEngl.genericVectorNo,

* McsEngl.generic.vectorNo!⇒genericVectorNo,

* McsEngl.scalar-generic!⇒genericVectorNo,

* McsEngl.scalar-quantity!⇒genericVectorNo,

* McsEngl.vectorNo-quantity!⇒genericVectorNo,

====== langoGreek:

* McsElln.μονόμετρο-μέγεθος!=genericVectorNo,

description::

· timepoint-generic is a-generic measured in timepoints.

name::

* McsEngl.generic.timeintervalNo,

* McsEngl.generic.timepoint,

* McsEngl.stock-quantity,

* McsEngl.timepoint-generic,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko-to-doto!=generic.timepoint,

description::

· timeinterval-generic is a-generic measured in timeintervals.

name::

* McsEngl.flow-quantity,

* McsEngl.generic.timeinterval,

* McsEngl.generic.timepointNo,

* McsEngl.timeinterval-generic,

====== langoSinago:

* McsSngo.ko-to-dotoUgo!=generic.timepoint,

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SEARCH::

· this page uses 'locator-names', names that when you find them, you find the-LOCATION of the-concept they denote.

⊛ **GLOBAL-SEARCH**:

· clicking on the-green-BAR of a-page you have access to the-global--locator-names of my-site.

· use the-prefix 'generic' for sensorial-concepts related to current concept 'generic-entity'.

⊛ **LOCAL-SEARCH**:

· TYPE CTRL+F "McsLang.words-of-concept's-name", to go to the-LOCATION of the-concept.

· a-preview of the-description of a-global-name makes reading fast.

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