In an imprecise sense, meta-language
is "language about language," but more specifically it is language within a sentence that refers not to things but to words.
One may try to build a case for the universality of FOL based on its widespread use as a meta-language
, augmented by some set theory, with respect to most logics.
What they do write tends to be short messages in a sort of meta-language
, with meta-spelling on Twitter and Facebook.
decides under what conditions the object language is true.
The key here is to develop a shared meta-language
for English--a language for talking about language.
Ultra-fast data transfers, with a 7-layer multi-AHB bus matrix and multi-DMA controllers, which allow concurrent execution and data transfers; * The integrated single-precision FPU boosts the execution of control algorithms, adds more features to applications, improves code efficiency, reduces time-to-market, eliminates scaling and saturation, and allows the use of meta-language
tools; * High integration, with up to 1 Mbyte of on-chip Flash memory, 192 Kbytes of SRAM, reset circuit, internal RCs, PLLs, sub 1microAmp real-time clock with sub-second accuracy; * Extra flexibility to reduce power consumption in applications requiring both high processing power and low-power performance when running at low voltage or on rechargeable batteries.
The second is thinking that the answer lies in students memorising a list of meta-language
from HE linguistics.
Floating-point core greatly eases programming, improves compatibility with meta-language
tools, and improves performance by up to 40% over fixed point
Almost simultaneously, in a Mourning Diary entry flush with the pathos he recovers for Proust, Barthes recapitulates the struggle--between the essay's "incessant meta-language
" and poetry's "non-language," between the desiccating intelligence and murmuring wellspring of affect--as a personal reckoning: "O the paradox: I, so 'intellectual,' at least accused of being so, I so ridden by an incessant meta-language
(which I defend), she offers me in the highest degree her non-language.
Chapter three, "Christianity as a Meta-Language
for Inclusiveness," will be of the great interest to church historians because it touches on issues of organized religion and church memberships.
Students learn together the meta-language
that brings them closer to understanding how academic communication is dialogically constructed (84-94).
XML is a meta-language
, an underlying definition or description containing rules for constructing specialized markup languages such as XBRL.