Meaning of DYADIC in English

DYADIC

I. adjective

also di·ad·ic (ˈ)dī|adik

Etymology: dyad, diad + -ic

: of, having reference to, or concerning a dyad : being of two parts or elements : involving two in its formation

a dyadic relation between the spectator and the experience — Daniel Bell

dyadic arithmetic

cultural importance, intimate nature, and dyadic character of the family — J.G.March

a dyadic relation between a sign and an object — R.S.Wells

II. noun

( -s )

: a sum of mathematical dyads

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