What is conjunctive?

  • (adj): Serving or tending to connect.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on conjunctive:

Conjunctive Query - Complexity of Conjunctive Queries
... The first is the problem of evaluating a conjunctive query on a relational database where both the query and the database are considered part of the input ... Conjunctive queries are NP-complete with respect to combined complexity, while the data complexity of conjunctive queries is very low, in the parallel ... The NP-hardness of conjunctive queries may appear surprising, since relational algebra and SQL strictly subsume the conjunctive queries and are thus at least as hard (in fact ...
Conjunctive Adverb
... A conjunctive adverb is an adverb that connects two clauses ... Conjunctive adverbs show cause and effect, sequence, contrast, comparison, or other relationships ...
Conjunctive Query - Extensions of Conjunctive Queries
... Extensions of conjunctive queries capturing more expressive power include unions of conjunctive queries, which are equivalent to positive (i.e ... negation-free) relational algebra, conjunctive queries extended by union and negation, which by Codd's theorem correspond to relational algebra and first-order logic, conjunctive ...
Conjunctive Query - Conjunctive Queries and Datalog
... Besides their logical notation, conjunctive queries can also be written as datalog rules ... While any conjunctive query can be written as a datalog rule, not every datalog program can be written as a conjunctive query ... rules over extensional predicate symbols can be easily rewritten as an equivalent conjunctive query ...

More definitions of "conjunctive":

  • (noun): An uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences.
    Synonyms: conjunction, connective