ternary - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "ternary" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

ternary / тройной
[ˈtɜːnərɪ]
[ˈtɜːnərɪ]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
тройной
triple, ternary, threefold, treble, triplex, triplicate
имя существительное
триада
triad, trine, ternary
тройка
troika, three, triple, trio, triplet, ternary
три
trio, ternary
Определения
имя прилагательное
composed of three parts.
Although the model ternary compositions we study are too simple to completely represent a biological membrane, we often find irascibility transitions close to physiological temperatures.
Примеры
According to the invention, each address is expressed as a multiplace number in a ternary (base 3) system instead of the usual binary (base 2) numbering system.
Here I want to offer three cheers for base 3, the ternary system.
Although the model ternary compositions we study are too simple to completely represent a biological membrane, we often find irascibility transitions close to physiological temperatures.
Along with ternary arithmetic, a computer built of base - 3 hardware can also exploit ternary logic.
There is no way to remove arbitrary elements from either a binary or a ternary sequence with a guarantee that two identical digits won't be brought together.
The digits of ternary numerals can also help illuminate a peculiar mathematical object called the Cantor set, or Cantor's dust.
These ternary plots suggest that the three suspect samples (plotted red, yellow and green) are in fact from the same source, and unique, when compared with many samples from other sources (plotted blue)
Another hint: Many balance problems (including the ones we have looked at here) involve ternary (base 3) arithmetic, either implicitly or explicitly, because there are three possible outcomes to each weighing.
However, phase diagrams of binary or ternary mixtures are much simpler and often provide information that permits their use as simple models for understanding the behavior of much more complex mixtures.
In 1950, Claude E. Shannon published an account of symmetrical signed-digit systems, including ternary and other bases.