ETYM Latin productus, p. pr. of producere. Related to Produce.
1. A consequence of someone's efforts or of a particular set of circumstances.
2. The amount of a good that has been produced by someone or some process; SYN. production.
3. A quantity obtained by multiplication; SYN. mathematical product.
4. A chemical substance formed as a result of a chemical reaction.
cartesian product · intersection · mathematical product · merchandise · production · ware
1. An operator in the relational algebra used in database management that, when applied to two existing relations (tables), results in the creation of a new table containing all possible ordered concatenations (combinations) of tuples (rows) from the first relation with tuples from the second. The number of rows in the resulting relation is the product of the number of rows in the two source relations. Also called: Cartesian product. Compare inner join.
2. In mathematics, the result of multiplying two or more numbers.
3. In the most general sense, an entity conceived and developed for the purpose of competing in a commercial market. Although computers are products, the term is more commonly applied to software, peripherals, and accessories in the computing arena.
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