mekso at-most-4-ary operator: a rounding function; ordered input list is (x,n,m,t) and the output is b(-t) × round(bt × x), with rounding preference n and where the fractional part of bt × x
being 1/2 causes the function to map bt × x to the nearest integer of form 2Z+m, for base b and an integer Z determined by context
mathematical/logical/mekso ternary operator: μ (mu) operator: outputs the most extreme extended-natural number that satisfies relationship/predicate A, where extremeness is bounded by B and of a version determined by C; error output is -1
mathematical/mekso binary operator: the zero/identity-element/(primitive (-))constant operator; outputs the identity-element of structure A (contextless default: the additive group of integers) regardless of the input value of B (except blank or ill-defined values)
x1 and x2 are path-linked by directed binary predicate x3 (ka) via intermediate steps x4 (ordered list; ce'o), such that both (A) no other node exists in the graph (x5) to which x2 is connected in the same way/direction and (B) no other node exists in the graph (x5) to which x1 is connected in the opposite/symmetric way/direction.
mekso operator: continued fraction, Kettenbruch notation; for ordered input (X1, X, where: X1 is an ordered pair of functions and X2 is a free or dummy variable/input/index which ranges through set X3 in order(ing) X4, the result is K(X for Kettenbruch notation K.
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x1 (set) is the unique region/part in the Venn diagram of
sets x2 (set of sets; exhaustive) such that each of its (i.e.: x1's) members is a member of exactly each of the explicitly-mentioned elements of x3 (set of sets; subset of x2; exhaustive) and of no other elements of x2.