# Residuum vs Residual - What's the difference?

residuum | residual |

## As nouns the difference between

is that

## As an adjective

of, relating to, or remaining as a residue; left over.
The residue, remainder or rest of something
(chemistry) The solid material remaining after the liquid in which it was dissolved has been evaporated; a residue.
(fuzzy logic) A binary function from [0,1] × [0,1] to [0,1] which is defined in terms of the t-norm as follows: $x\; \backslash rightarrow\; y\; =\; \backslash sup\; \backslash \{\; z\; ,\; z\; *\; x\; \backslash leqslant\; y\backslash \}$, where $*$ denotes the t-norm function and $\backslash sup$ denotes the supremum.
(legal) The residue of an estate

## As nouns the difference between **residuum** and **residual**

is that **residuum**is the residue, remainder or rest of something while

**residual**is a remainder left over at the end of some process.

## As an adjective **residual** is

of, relating to, or remaining as a residue; left over. # residuum

## English

### Noun

(*residua*)

- The
**residuum**of the minimum t-norm is a function $\backslash rightarrow$ such that $x\; \backslash rightarrow\; y\; =\; \backslash begin\{cases\}\; y,\; \&\; \backslash text\{if\; \}\; x\; >\; y\; \backslash \backslash \; 1,\; \&\; \backslash text\{if\; \}\; x\; \backslash leqslant\; y\; .\backslash end\{cases\}$

#### See also

* (*fuzzy logic*) relative pseudo-complement ----