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Discussion of "kloje"
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Comment #2: Re: slot for type of closure?
Curtis W Franks (Sun Sep 9 11:58:33 2018)

gleki wrote:
> or does it mean declaration of variables are within a scope of x2?
>
> also
> 2.is x2 a text or a syntactic structure possible disrupted by the infix
> being x1? (e. g. fu'e... fu'o and such)
> 3.difference from sko'opu?

I am not exactly sure what you are thinking. This is what I meant by
"closure": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closure_(mathematics) .

Comment #3: Re: slot for type of closure?
gleki (Sun Sep 9 12:13:59 2018)

krtisfranks wrote:
> gleki wrote:
> > or does it mean declaration of variables are within a scope of x2?
> >
> > also
> > 2.is x2 a text or a syntactic structure possible disrupted by the infix

> > being x1? (e. g. fu'e... fu'o and such)
> > 3.difference from sko'opu?
>
> I am not exactly sure what you are thinking. This is what I meant by
> "closure": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closure_(mathematics) .

then itd be nice to disambiguate which closure is meant

Comment #4: Re: slot for type of closure?
Curtis W Franks (Mon Sep 10 21:01:28 2018)

gleki wrote:
> krtisfranks wrote:
> > gleki wrote:
> > > or does it mean declaration of variables are within a scope of x2?
> > >
> > > also
> > > 2.is x2 a text or a syntactic structure possible disrupted by the
infix
>
> > > being x1? (e. g. fu'e... fu'o and such)
> > > 3.difference from sko'opu?
> >
> > I am not exactly sure what you are thinking. This is what I meant by
> > "closure": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closure_(mathematics) .
>
> then itd be nice to disambiguate which closure is meant

Agreed. Is it not already disambiguated though? The gloss words has the
qualifier "under an operator or relation" and the definition itself has
"(set/space) is closed under(/wrt) operator/relation".

If this is not sufficient according to your judgment, how can it be
improved? :)

Comment #5: Re: slot for type of closure?
gleki (Mon Sep 10 22:37:05 2018)

krtisfranks wrote:
> gleki wrote:
> > krtisfranks wrote:
> > > gleki wrote:
> > > > or does it mean declaration of variables are within a scope of x2?
> > > >
> > > > also
> > > > 2.is x2 a text or a syntactic structure possible disrupted by the
> infix
> >
> > > > being x1? (e. g. fu'e... fu'o and such)
> > > > 3.difference from sko'opu?
> > >
> > > I am not exactly sure what you are thinking. This is what I meant by
> > > "closure": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closure_(mathematics) .
> >
> > then itd be nice to disambiguate which closure is meant
>
> Agreed. Is it not already disambiguated though? The gloss words has the
> qualifier "under an operator or relation" and the definition itself has
> "(set/space) is closed under(/wrt) operator/relation".
>
> If this is not sufficient according to your judgment, how can it be
> improved? :)

by adding the word "matgematical" as wikipedia does

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