Interface  Description 

CharacterProperties 
Character properties of this scalar, independent of its implemented structure
as a twobyte
char or as a multibyte Unicode character 
MutableScalar<SCALAR extends MutableScalar<SCALAR>> 
Write operations for all system supported "scalar" values, or binary vectors
optimized for processing and generally participate in arithmetic operators
supported by the host programming language

MutableScalarDomain<DOMAIN extends MutableScalarDomain<DOMAIN>>  
NumericProperties 
Algebraic predicates indicating properties of a specific number

Scalar<SCALAR extends Scalar<SCALAR>> 
Read and write operations for all system supported "scalar" values, or binary
vectors optimized for processing and generally participate in arithmetic
operators supported by the host programming language

ScalarDomain<DOMAIN extends ScalarDomain<DOMAIN>>  
ScalarInductor<SCALAR extends ScalarInductor<SCALAR>> 
Imparts scalar values into other scalars

ScalarReplicator<SCALAR extends ScalarReplicator<SCALAR>> 
A
replicator for scalar 
SealedScalar<SCALAR extends SealedScalar<SCALAR>> 
Read operations for all system supported "scalar" values, or binary vectors
optimized for processing and generally participate in arithmetic operators
supported by the host programming language

SealedScalarBag  
SealedScalarDomain 
Class  Description 

AbstractScalar<SCALAR extends Scalar<SCALAR>> 
Common read and write behavior for system supported primitives

PrecisionComparator 
Singleton comparator that compares one
NumericPrecision against
another 
RoundingStrategy 
Strategies for floating pointtointegral conversions

Enum  Description 

NumericPrecision 
NonUML semantic lemma that define numeric implementation precision, or
implied total digits of any radix.
All computer numbers are implemented using boolean vectors, the number of significant digits representable being roughly dependent upon the known size of the implementing vector (bit
count). 
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