Interpretation - Math, Science and Computing

Math, Science and Computing

  • Interpretation (model theory): in model theory, interpretation of a structure M in another structure N (typically of a different signature) is a technical notion that approximates the idea of representing M inside N
  • Interpretation of quantum mechanics
  • Interpreter (computing), a program (a virtual processor) that is capable to execute instructions written in a high-level programming language
  • Interpreter pattern, a software engineering design pattern
  • Left brain interpreter, the post-hoc construction of explanations by the brain's left hemisphere

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