Definition of Ordered series
1. Noun. An ordered reference standard. "Judging on a scale of 1 to 10"
Generic synonyms: Criterion, Measure, Standard, Touchstone
Specialized synonyms: Beaufort Scale, Wind Scale, Index, Logarithmic Scale, Mercalli Scale, Mohs Scale, Richter Scale, Moment Magnitude Scale, Temperature Scale, Wage Scale, Wage Schedule
Derivative terms: Scale, Scale
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ordered Series
Literary usage of Ordered series
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Continuum, and Other Types of Serial Order: With an Introduction to by Edward Vermilye Huntington, Georg Cantor (1917)
"Examples of well-ordered series 77. The simplest examples of well-ordered series are those which contain only a finite number of elements; and since two ..."
2. The World and the Individual by Josiah Royce (1901)
"A series of this type we shall hereafter call, in accordance with recent mathematical usage, a Well-ordered series. But, on the other hand, ..."
3. Man and the Cosmos: An Introduction to Metaphysics by Joseph Alexander Leighton (1922)
"The psychological concept of man expresses the laws of his behavior as member of the ordered series of sentient types of life. ..."
4. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1907)
"If, he says, we suppose that every well-ordered series has an ordinal number, W has one, which must be the maximum ordinal /3. But, if we place any element ..."
5. The Concept of Consciousness by Edwin Bissell Holt (1914)
"... is a property of each element in any and every ordered series, and is enjoyed in common with the elements of Class K, or the points of a point series. ..."