Multigrade operator
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In logic and mathematics, a multigrade operator <math>\Omega</math> is a parametric operator with parameter k in the set N of non-negative integers.
The application of a multigrade operator <math>\Omega</math> to a finite sequence of operands (x_{1}, …, x_{k}) is typically denoted with the parameter k left tacit, as the appropriate application is implicit in the number of operands listed. Thus <math>\Omega</math>(x_{1}, …, x_{k}) may be taken for <math>\Omega</math>_{k}(x_{1}, …, x_{k}).
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