Dual may refer to:

  • Dual (mathematics), a notion of paired concepts that mirror one another
    • Dual (category theory), a formalization of mathematical duality
    • . . . see more cases in Category:Duality theories
  • Dual (grammatical number), a grammatical category used in some languages
  • Duality (electrical circuits)
  • Dual diagnosis, a psychiatric diagnosis of co-occurrence of substance abuse and a mental problem
  • Dual fertilization, simultaneous application of a P-type and N-type fertilizer
  • DUAL (cognitive architecture), an artificial intelligence design model
  • DUAL algorithm, or Diffusing update algorithm, used to update Internet protocol routing tables
  • DUAL table, a special one-row and one-column database table
  • Dual SIM cellphone
  • Dual (brand), a manufacturer of Hifi equipment
  • Dual county, referring to a Gaelic Athletic Association county which traditionally competes at a similar level in both Gaelic football and hurling


See also

  • All page titles starting from Dual
  • Duality (disambiguation)
  • Duel (disambiguation), a homonym
  • Double (disambiguation)

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  • dual — dual …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • dual — dual, duale [ dɥal; dyal ] adj. • 1948; du bas lat. dualis « deux » 1 ♦ Log., math. Se dit de propriétés qui sont par deux et qui présentent un caractère de réciprocité. Équation, expression duale, qui se déduit d une équation ou d une expression …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • dual — Fowler (1926) described dual and (with better reason) dualistic as ‘words of the learned kind’, and warned against using them when alternatives such as double, two, and twofold were available. The danger was illusory, however, and dual causes no… …   Modern English usage

  • Dual — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Dual puede referirse a: Dual, en lingüística, forma del número gramatical diferente del singular y del plural. Dual, en matemáticas, espacio que refleja de una manera abstracta la relación entre los vectores fila… …   Wikipedia Español

  • dual — DUÁL, duale, s.n. Număr gramatical care indică în unele limbi două obiecte ori fiinţe alcătuind de obicei o pereche. [pr.: du al] – Din fr. duel, lat. dualis. Trimis de ana zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  duál s. n., pl. duále Trimis de… …   Dicționar Român

  • dual — UK US /ˈdjuːəl/ adjective [before noun] ► having two parts, features, etc.: »In June, he bowed to shareholder pressure and split his dual role as chief executive and chairman. »With more families requiring dual incomes, people have less time to… …   Financial and business terms

  • dual — [do͞o′əl, dyo͞o′əl] adj. [L dualis < duo, TWO] 1. of two 2. having or composed of two parts or kinds, like or unlike; double; twofold [a dual nature] n. Linguis. 1. DUAL NUMBER 2. a word having d …   English World dictionary

  • Dual — Du al, a. [L. dualis, fr. duo two. See {Two}.] Expressing, or consisting of, the number two; belonging to two; as, the dual number of nouns, etc., in Greek. [1913 Webster] Here you have one half of our dual truth. Tyndall. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • DuAL — Семантика: Предметно ориентированный язык программирования Появился в: 2004 Автор(ы): Тимченко Максим Типизация данных: динамическая Испытал влияние …   Википедия

  • dual — adjetivo 1. Que tiene dos aspectos distintos o que está formado por dos elementos o partes: expresión dual. Tiene un carácter dual, alegre y triste a la vez …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

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