**Associator** — As*so ci*a tor, n. An associate; a confederate or partner in any scheme. [1913 Webster] How Pennsylvania s air agrees with Quakers, And Carolina s with associators. Dryden. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

**Associator** — In abstract algebra, for a ring or algebra R, the associator is the multilinear map R imes R imes R o R given by: [x,y,z] = (xy)z x(yz).,Just like the commutator measures the degree of noncommutativity, the associator measures the degree of… … Wikipedia

**associator** — noun a) A person who associates with something b) A specific form of multilinear map … Wiktionary

**associator** — n. one who associates … English contemporary dictionary

**associator** — as·so·ci·a·tor … English syllables

**associator** — əˈsōs(h)ēˌād.ə(r), ˌātə noun ( s) : associate, confederate … Useful english dictionary

**ASSOCIANS et ASSOCIATOR** — in Alcorano, Adulter minime ducat nisi adulter am, aut associantem, seu participem sacientem, nec ducat adulter a nisi adulterum aut associatorem. Hoc enim credentibus seu Musulmannis est interdicium: Mahometanis est idolatra qualiscumque sic… … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

**Alternative algebra** — In abstract algebra, an alternative algebra is an algebra in which multiplication need not be associative, only alternative. That is, one must have *x(xy) = (xx)y *(yx)x = y(xx)for all x and y in the algebra. Every associative algebra is… … Wikipedia

**Commutator** — This article is about the mathematical concept. For the relation between canonical conjugate entities, see canonical commutation relation. For the type of electrical switch, see commutator (electric). In mathematics, the commutator gives an… … Wikipedia

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**Synesthesia** — For other uses, see Synesthesia (disambiguation). How someone with synesthesia might perceive certain letters and numbers. Synesthesia (also spelled synæsthesia or synaesthesia, plural synesthesiae or synaesthesiae), from the ancient Greek σύν… … Wikipedia