# be+derived

• 11derived from without — index extraneous, extrinsic Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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• 12derived principle — index conclusion (determination), corollary Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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• 13Derived Class —   [engl.], abgeleitete Klasse …

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• 14derived demand — noun (economics, marketing, etc) A demand that exists only as a result of another demand • • • Main Entry: ↑derive …

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• 15derived protein — derived protein, = proteose. (Cf. ↑proteose) …

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• 16Derived category — In mathematics, the derived category D(C) of an abelian category C is a construction of homological algebra introduced to refine and in a certain sense to simplify the theory of derived functors defined on C. The construction proceeds on the&#8230; …

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• 17Derived functor — In mathematics, certain functors may be derived to obtain other functors closely related to the original ones. This operation, while fairly abstract, unifies a number of constructions throughout mathematics. Contents 1 Motivation 2 Construction&#8230; …

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• 18Derived set (mathematics) — In mathematics, more specifically in point set topology, the derived set of a subset S of a topological space is the set of all limit points of S. It is usually denoted by S′. The concept was first introduced by Georg Cantor in 1872 and he&#8230; …

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• 19Derived row — For other uses, see Partition (disambiguation). The term partition is also French for the sheet music of a transcription. In music using the twelve tone technique, derivation is the construction of a row through segments. A derived row is a tone&#8230; …

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• 20Derived unique key per transaction — In cryptography, Derived Unique Key Per Transaction (DUKPT) is a key management scheme in which for every transaction, a unique key is used which is derived from a fixed key. Therefore, if a derived key is compromised, future and past transaction …

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