norm English
Etymology 1
From (etyl) norme, from (etyl), from (etyl) .
Noun
( en noun)
( wikipedia norm)
That which is regarded as normal or typical.
 Unemployment is the norm in this part of the country.
* {{quotenews
, year=2011
, date=December 16
, author=Denis Campbell
, title=Hospital staff 'lack skills to cope with dementia patients'
, work=Guardian
citation
, page=
, passage="This shocking report proves once again that we urgently need a radical shakeup of hospital care," said Jeremy Hughes, chief executive of the Alzheimer's Society. "Given that people with dementia occupy a quarter of hospital beds and that many leave in worse health than when they were admitted, it is unacceptable that training in dementia care is not the norm ."}}
A rule that is enforced by members of a community.
 Not eating your children is just one of those societal norms .
(philosophy, computer science) A sentence with nondescriptive meaning, such as a command, permission or prohibition.
(mathematics) A function, generally denoted $v\backslash mapsto\backslash left,\; v\backslash right,$ or $v\backslash mapsto\backslash left\backslash ,\; v\backslash right\backslash ,$, that maps vectors to nonnegative scalars and has the following properties:
# if $v\backslash ne0$ then $\backslash left\backslash ,\; v\backslash right\backslash ,\; \backslash ne0$;
# given a scalar $k$, $\backslash left\backslash ,\; kv\backslash right\backslash ,\; =\backslash left,\; k\backslash right,\; \backslash cdot\backslash left\backslash ,\; v\backslash right\backslash ,$, where $\backslash left,\; k\backslash right,$ is the absolute value of $k$;
# given two vectors $v,w$, $\backslash left\backslash ,\; v+w\backslash right\backslash ,\; \backslash le\backslash left\backslash ,\; v\backslash right\backslash ,\; +\backslash left\backslash ,\; w\backslash right\backslash ,$ (the triangle inequality).
(chess) A high level of performance in a chess tournament, several of which are required for a player to receive a title.
Hyponyms
* (mathematics) absolute value, p adic absolute value, trivial absolute value
Derived terms
*
*
* absolute norm
* adnorm
* age norm
* Banach norm
* basic norm
* Bombieri norm
* Chebyshev norm
* complex norm
* copynorm
*
* C^{r }norm
* cross norm
* DedekindHasse norm
* dual norm
* ethical norm
* Euclidean matrix norm
* Euclidean norm
* Euclidean vector norm
* exonorm
* extended norm
* field norm
* flat norm
* fourvector norm
* Frobenius matrix norm
* Frobenius norm
* Frobenius norm function
* grandmaster norm
* graph norm
* Hardy norm
* HilbertSchmidt norm
* ideological norm
* induced norm
* ?norm
* integral flat norm
*
*
* Linfinity norm
* mass norm
* matrix F norm
* matrix norm
* matrix p norm
* maximum absolute row column norm
* maximum absolute row sum norm
* maximum norm
* metric induced by a norm
* minimum norm property
* Minkowski norm
* moral norm
* natural norm
* normable
* normed
* norm form
* norm function
* normic form
* normie
* normless
* normlessness
* norm of an ideal
* norm of communism
* norm of disinterestedness
* norm of organized skepticism
* norm of reaction
* norm of reciprocity
* norm of universalism
* normreferenced
* normreferencing
* normresidue
* norm resolvent convergence
* norm theorem
* nuclear norm
* operator norm
* p adic norm
* peremptory norm
* p norm
* polynomial bar norm
* polynomial bracket norm
* polynomial norm
* pseudonorm
* quaternion norm
* reduced norm
* regular norm
* relative norm
* seminorm, seminorm
* sexual norm
* social norm
* spectral norm
* spinor norm
* spinorial norm
* statistical norm
* subordinate norm
* sup norm, supnorm
* supremum norm
* tobaccofree social norm
* Tnorm, tnorm
* trace norm
* uniform norm
* vector norm
* vector p norm
Related terms
* abnormity
* abnormous
* normal
* normated
* normatic
* normative
* normo
Etymology 2
Verb
( en verb)
(analysis) To endow (a vector space, etc) with a norm.
Derived terms
* norming
See also
* normalize, normalise
External links
*
*
Anagrams
*


indult English
Alternative forms
* indulto
Noun
( en noun)
( wikipedia indult)
(Catholicism) A permission or privilege granted by the church authority that excepts an individual from what is otherwise a norm of church law, such as a release from monastic vows.

