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  • 41logical — adj 1. logistic, logistical; deductive, inductive, inferential; syllogistic, syllogistical, rati ocinative. 2. reasonable, rational, sound, sensible; smart, intelligent, wise, judicious, equitable …

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  • 42logical — log·i·cal …

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  • 43Logical — Lọ|gi|cal [...dʒ̮ɪkl̩ ], das; s, s <anglisierend> (nach den Gesetzen der Logik aufgebautes Rätsel) …

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  • 44-logical — comb. form in adjectives corresponding chiefly to nouns ending in logy (such as pharmacological corresponding to pharmacology) …

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  • 45Logical positivism — (also known as logical empiricism, scientific philosophy, and neo positivism) is a philosophy that combines empiricism the idea that observational evidence is indispensable for knowledge with a version of rationalism incorporating mathematical… …

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  • 46Logical truth — is one of the most fundamental concepts in logic, and there are different theories on its nature. A logical truth is a statement which is true and remains true under all reinterpretations of its components other than its logical constants. It is… …

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  • 47Logical Volume Manager — Der Logical Volume Manager (LVM) ist eine hauptsächlich im Unix und Linux Umfeld verbreitete Abstraktionsebene zwischen Festplatten, Partitionen und Dateisystemen. Durch den LVM ist es möglich, dynamisch veränderbare Partitionen (Logical Volumes …

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  • 48Logical atomism — is a philosophical belief that originated in the early 20th century with the development of analytic philosophy. Its principal exponents were the British philosopher Bertrand Russell, the early work of his Austrian born pupil and colleague Ludwig …

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  • 49Logical Domains — (LDoms or LDOM) is the server virtualization and partitioning technology from Sun Microsystems released in April 2007. It has been re branded as Oracle VM Server for SPARC since Oracle Corporation completed the acquisition of Sun in January 2010 …

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  • 50logical positivism — logical positivist. a philosophical movement that stresses the function of philosophy as a method of criticizing and analyzing science and that rejects all transcendental metaphysics, statements of fact being held to be meaningful only if they… …

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  • 51Logical Domains — (LDoms или LDOM) технология, созданная в мае 2007 в Sun Microsystems, которая предлагает виртуальное компьютерное окружение, абстрагированное от всех физических устройств. После того как Oracle Corporation купила Sun в январе 2010, продукт был… …

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  • 52Logical topology — (also referred to as Signal Topology) is a network computing term used to describe the arrangement of devices on a network and how they communicate with one another.How devices are connected to the network through the actual cables that transmit… …

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  • 53Logical block addressing — (LBA) is a common scheme used for specifying the location of blocks of data stored on computer storage devices, generally secondary storage systems such as hard disks. The term LBA can mean either the address or the block to which it refers.… …

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  • 54Logical security — consists of software safeguards for an organization’s systems, including user ID and password access, authentication, access rights and authority levels. These measures are to ensure that only authorized users are able to perform actions or… …

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  • 55Logical Block Addressing —  Cet article concerne la méthode d’adressage informatique. Pour d’autres sens de l’abréviation, voir LBA. L’adressage en LBA (abréviation de Logical Block Addressing en anglais soit « Adressage par bloc logique » en français) est… …

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  • 56Logical harmony — Logical harmony, a name coined by Sir Michael Dummett, is a supposed constraint on the rules of inference that can be used in a given logical system.The logician Gerhard Gentzen proposed that the meanings of logical connectives could be given by… …

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  • 57Logical machine — Logical machine, a term used by Allan Marquand (1853 1924) in 1883, perhaps in response to the ideas of Charles Peirce s Logical Machines (The American Journal of Psychology, 1. Nov. 1887, p. 165 170).* Marquand, Allan, 1983 (1883), A Machine for …

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  • 58logical positivism — n. a movement in philosophy which tests all statements by reference to sense experience or the structure of language and is concerned with the unification of the sciences through a common logical language: also called logical empiricism …

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  • 59Logical Unit Number Masking — or LUN masking is an authorization process that makes a Logical Unit Number available to some hosts and unavailable to other hosts.The security benefits are limited in that with many HBAs it is possible to forge source addresses (WWNs/MACs/IPs).… …

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  • 60Logical Methods in Computer Science — is a peer reviewed journal in theoretical computer science and applied logic founded in 2004. It is significant in two principal respects: it has a distinguished editorial board with Dana Scott as Editor in Chief, and is open access as it makes… …

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