Categorical

  • 21categorical — UK [ˌkætəˈɡɒrɪk(ə)l] / US [ˌkætəˈɡɔrɪk(ə)l] adjective clear and definite about what you mean a categorical assurance/statement …

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  • 22categorical — /kætəˈgɒrɪkəl / (say katuh gorikuhl) adjective 1. not involving a condition, qualification, etc.; explicit; direct: a categorical answer. 2. Logic (of a proposition) unconditional, straightforwardly true or false. 3. of, relating to, or in a… …

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  • 23categorical — Synonyms and related words: a fortiori, a posteriori, a priori, absolute, admitting no exception, all out, analytic, apodeictic, apodictic, authoritative, certain, characteristic, classificational, classificatory, clean cut, clear, clear cut,… …

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  • 24categorical — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. unconditional, explicit; taxonomic. See class, meaning. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. unqualified, unconditional, unequivocal, flat; see absolute 1 , certain 3 , definite 1 . III (Roget s 3… …

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  • 25categorical — cat·e·gor·i·cal || ‚kætɪ gÉ’rɪkl adj. absolute, definite, decisive …

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  • 26categorical — a. Positive, absolute, unconditional, unqualified, unreserved, downright, express, explicit, direct, emphatic …

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  • 27categorical — adj 1. unqualified, unconditional, unconditioned, unrestricted, unreserved, unlimited, absolute, implicit, total; outright, downright, flat, out and out, straight out, all out, across the board; sheer, utter, unmitigated. 2. positive, determinate …

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  • 28categorical — cat·e·gor·i·cal …

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  • 29categorical — adjective Syn: unqualified, unconditional, unequivocal, absolute, explicit, unambiguous, definite, direct, emphatic, positive, out and out Ant: qualified, equivocal …

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  • 30Categorical perception — is the perception of different sensory phenomena as being qualitatively,or categorically, different. It is opposed to continuous perception , the perception of different sensory phenomena as being located on a smooth continuum.Categorical… …

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  • 31Categorical Imperative — • A term which originated in Immanuel Kant s ethics Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Categorical Imperative     Categorical Imperative      …

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  • 32Categorical logic — is a branch of category theory within mathematics, adjacent to mathematical logic but in fact more notable for its connections to theoretical computer science. In broad terms, categorical logic represents both syntax and semantics by a category,… …

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  • 33Categorical grant — Categorical grants are grants, issued by the United States Congress, which may be spent only for narrowly defined purposes. Additionally, recipients of categorical grants are often required to match a portion of the federal funds. About 90% of… …

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  • 34Categorical abstract machine — (CAM) is the model of computation of a program [ Cousineau G., Curien P. L., Mauny M. The categorical abstract machine. LNCS, 201, Functional programming languages computer architecture. 1985, pp. 50 64.] , which preserves the abilities of… …

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  • 35Categorical set theory — is any one of several versions of set theory developed from or treated in the context of mathematical category theory.ReferencesLiterature* Barr, M. and Wells, C., Category Theory for Computing Science , Hemel Hempstead, UK, 1990.* Bourbaki, N.,… …

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  • 36categorical imperative — categorical/hypothetical imperative …

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  • 37categorical imperative — index conscience, instruction (direction) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 38categorical imperative — n. the Kantian doctrine that one s behavior should be governed by principles which one would have govern the behavior of all people …

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  • 39Categorical imperative — Part of a series on Immanue …

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  • 40Categorical data — In statistics, categorical data is that part of an observed dataset that consists of categorical variables, or for data that has been converted into that form, for example as grouped data. More specifically, categorical data may derive from… …

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