Modal

Modal may refer to:

  • Modal (textile), a textile made from spun Beechwood cellulose fiber
  • Modal analysis, the study of the dynamic properties of structures under vibrational excitation
  • Modal bandwidth, in the discipline of telecommunications, refers to the signalling rate per distance unit
  • Modal haplotype, an ancestral haplotype derived from the DNA test results of a specific group of people
  • Modal jazz, jazz that uses musical modes rather than chord progressions as a harmonic framework
  • Modal logic, a type of formal logic that extends the standards of formal logic to include the elements of modality
  • Modal matrix, used in the diagonalization process involving eigenvalues and eigenvectors
  • Modal phenomena
  • Modal administration, used in Federal Agencies to describe sub-offices or "modes"
  • Modal transportation, used in transit to describe multiple modes of transit available such as bus, trolley, train, ferry
  • Modal score, used in testing and education for the most common score
  • Modal verb, a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate modality
  • Modal window, a child window that requires users to interact with it before they can return to operating the parent application
  • Mode (disambiguation)
  • Modality (disambiguation)
  • Musical mode, a concept that involves scale and melody type

Other articles related to "modal":

Modal Algebra
... In algebra and logic, a modal algebra is a structure such that is a Boolean algebra, is a unary operation on A satisfying and for all x, y in A ... Modal algebras provide models of propositional modal logics in the same way as Boolean algebras are models of classical logic ... In particular, the variety of all modal algebras is the equivalent algebraic semantics of the modal logic K in the sense of abstract algebraic logic, and the ...
Counterpart Theory - Differences From The Kripkean View
... The standard account of possible worlds assumes that a modal statement about an individual (e.g ... formalization, counterpart theoretic formalization of modal discourse also departs from the standard formulation by eschewing use of modality operators (Necessarily, Possibly ... and a number of axioms governing CT and a scheme for translating standard modal claims in the language of quantified modal logic into his CT ...
S5 (modal Logic)
... In logic and philosophy, S5 is one of five systems of modal logic proposed by Clarence Irving Lewis and Cooper Harold Langford in their 1932 book Symbolic Logic ... It is a normal modal logic, and one of the oldest systems of modal logic of any kind ...
Modal Matrix
... In linear algebra, the modal matrix is used in the diagonalization process involving eigenvalues and eigenvectors ... Specifically the modal matrix M is the n×n matrix formed with the eigenvectors of A as columns in M ... are arranged left→right into M) Note that the modal matrix M provides the conjugation to make A and D similar matrices ...