Kernel vs Kernelly - What's the difference?
As a noun kernel
is the core, center, or essence of an object or system.
As an adjective kernelly is
full of kernels; resembling kernels; of the nature of kernels.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
The core, center, or essence of an object or system.
The central (usually edible) part of a nut, especially once the hard shell has been removed.
A single seed or grain, especially of corn or wheat.
(US) The stone of certain fruits, such as peaches or plums.
A small mass around which other matter is concreted; a nucleus; a concretion or hard lump in the flesh.
(computing) The central part of many computer operating systems which manages the system's resources and the communication between hardware and software components.
(calculus) A function used to define an integral transform.
- the kernel of an argument
(mathematics) A set of pairs of a mapping's domain which are mapped to the same value.
(mathematics, algebra) Those elements, in the domain of a function, which the function maps to zero.
- The Dirichlet kernel convolved with a function yields its Fourier series approximation.
(mathematics, fuzzy set theory) The set of members of a fuzzy set that are fully included (i.e., whose grade of membership is 1).
(slang) The human clitoris.
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- If a function is continuous then its kernel is a closed set.
- Using the blunt end of one of the vibraphone mallets, he pried open her folds. With the balled end of the other, he rhythmically rolled over her kernel .
* (computing) userland
* (algebra) support
* (algebra) root, zero
* kernel function
* kernel hacker
* kernel of truth
* kernel space