• (adj): Admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion.
    Synonyms: unequivocal, univocal
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on unambiguous:

Engineered Languages - Logical Languages
... Knowledge representation Logical languages are meant to allow (or enforce) unambiguous statements ... engineered to express such predicate logic in an unambiguous manner ... Ceqli is a derivative of Loglan which aims to retain the power of unambiguous expression but allow the speaker to trade concision for unambiguity ...
Quantification - Logic - Nesting
... Ambiguity is avoided with the quantifiers in front A B C – unambiguous there is an A such that B C – unambiguous there is an A such that for all B, C ...
Weather Radars - Data Types - Velocity - Doppler Dilemma
... The phase between pulse pairs can vary from - and +, so the unambiguous Doppler velocity range is Vmax = This is called the Nyquist velocity ... on the time between successive pulses the smaller the interval, the larger is the unambiguous velocity range ... of 5 cm (as shown in the diagram), an unambiguous velocity range of 12.5 to 18.75 metre/second is produced (for 150 km and 100 km, respectively) ...
Serial Comma - Ambiguity - In General
... The list x, y and z is unambiguous if y and z cannot be read as in apposition to x ... Equally, x, y, and z is unambiguous if y cannot be read as in apposition to x ... If neither y nor y and z can be read as in apposition to x, then both forms of the list are unambiguous but if y or y and z can be read as in apposition to x, then ...
Seven-segment Display - Displaying Letters
... letters are used for A–F this is done to obtain a unique, unambiguous shape for each letter (otherwise, a capital D would look identical to an 0 and a capital B would look identical to ... Cyrillic and Greek alphabets including punctuation, but few representations are unambiguous and intuitive at the same time ... messages it is not necessary for every letter to be unambiguous, merely for the words as a whole to be readable ...

More definitions of "unambiguous":

  • (adj): Having or exhibiting a single clearly defined meaning.
    Example: "As a horror, apartheid...is absolutely unambiguous"- Mario Vargas Llosa

Famous quotes containing the word unambiguous:

    The most unambiguous sign that a person holds men in low esteem is this, that he either acknowledges them merely as means to his ends or does not acknowledge them at all.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)