Associations to the word «Lambda»
LAMBDA, noun. The eleventh letter of the Classical and Modern Greek alphabet, the twelfth of the Old Greek alphabet.
LAMBDA, noun. Unit representation of wavelength.
LAMBDA, noun. (physics) The cosmological constant.
LAMBDA, noun. (computing) (programming) A lambda expression.
LAMBDA, noun. (anatomy) The junction of the lambdoid and sagittal sutures of the cranium
LAMBDA, noun. (physics) A lambda baryon
LAMBDA BARYON, noun. (physics) Any of three particles, having no electric charge and an isotopic spin of 1, composed of an up quark, down quark and either a strange quark, a charm quark or a bottom quark
LAMBDA BARYONS, noun. Plural of lambda baryon
LAMBDA CALCULUS, noun. (computing theory) Any of a family of functionally complete algebraic systems in which lambda expressions are evaluated according to a fixed set of rules to produce values, which may themselves be lambda expressions.
LAMBDA EXPRESSION, noun. An algebraic expression representing a function by binding one or more parameters to an expression which may contain those parameters.
LAMBDA HYPERON, noun. Lambda baryon
LAMBDA HYPERONS, noun. Plural of lambda hyperon
LAMBDA PARTICLE, noun. Lambda baryon
LAMBDA PARTICLES, noun. Plural of lambda particle
LAMBDA POINT, noun. (physics) The temperature that is the transition point between the normal and the superfluid forms of helium (at a particular pressure)
LAMBDA PROBE, noun. A device that is used to measure the proportion of oxygen in a fluid
LAMBDA, noun. The 11th letter of the Greek alphabet.
LAMBDA, noun. The craniometric point at the junction of the sagittal and lamboid sutures of the skull.
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