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  • 141logical implication — noun a logical relation between propositions p and q of the form if p then q ; if p is true then q cannot be false • Syn: ↑implication, ↑conditional relation • Derivationally related forms: ↑implicational (for: ↑implication), ↑imply …

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  • 142logical positivist — noun someone who maintains that any statement that cannot be verified empirically is meaningless • Derivationally related forms: ↑logical positivism • Hypernyms: ↑positivist, ↑rationalist * * * logical positivism, a philosophical school… …

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  • 143Logical induction — Induction In*duc tion, n. [L. inductio: cf. F. induction. See {Induct}.] [1913 Webster] 1. The act or process of inducting or bringing in; introduction; entrance; beginning; commencement. [1913 Webster] I know not you; nor am I well pleased to… …

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  • 144logical positivism — noun Date: 1931 a 20th century philosophical movement that holds characteristically that all meaningful statements are either analytic or conclusively verifiable or at least confirmable by observation and experiment and that metaphysical theories …

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  • 145Logical schema — A Logical Schema is a data model of a specific problem domain expressed in terms of a particular data management technology. Without being specific to a particular database management product, it is in terms of either (for example, in 2007)… …

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  • 146Logical clock — A logical clock is a mechanism for capturing chronological and causal relationships in a distributed system.Logical clock algorithms of note are: * Lamport timestamps, which are monotonically increasing software counters * Vector clocks, that… …

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  • 147Logical Sensory Extrovert — The Logical Sensory Extrovert, LSE, ESTj, the Director, the Administrator, Sherlock Holmes, Stirlitz, or types. The Logical Sensory Extrovert is a rational, extroverted, dynamic type whose leading functions are extroverted logic and introverted… …

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  • 148Logical line of operation — A logical line of operation (LLO) is an American military concept related to counter insurgency doctrine. In the traditional sense, a line of operations is an imaginary line between the force s base of operations and the objective.Cite… …

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  • 149Logical block addressing — Le LBA, ou Logical Block Addressing (« Adressage par bloc logique », en anglais) est historiquement un moyen d’adresser les secteurs d un disque dur. Cette méthode d’adressage a ensuite été généralisée à un grand nombre de médias de… …

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  • 150Logical Volume Manager — Esquema básico de LVM. LVM es una implementación de un administrador de volúmenes lógicos para el kernel Linux. Se escribió originalmente en 1998 por Heinz Mauelshagen, que se basó en el administrador de volúmenes de Veritas usado en sistemas HP… …

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  • 151Logical block addressing — Para otros usos de este término, véase LBA (desambiguación). Logical block addressing (LBA: direccionamiento de bloque lógico) es un método muy común usado para especificar la localización de los bloques de datos en los sistemas de almacenamiento …

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  • 152Logical Atomism — ▪ philosophy       theory, developed primarily by the British logician Bertrand Russell (Russell, Bertrand) and the Austrian born philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, proposing that language, like other phenomena, can be analyzed in terms of… …

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  • 153logical fallacy — noun a) A fallacy; a clearly defined error in reasoning used to support or refute an argument, excluding simple unintended mistakes. You cant prove Santa doesnt exist, therefore Santa does exist , is a common logical fallacy. b) A formal fallacy …

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  • 154logical product — The logical product of two propositions p, q, is their conjunction, p & q . The logical product of two sets is their intersection …

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  • 155logical subject — The logical subjects of a sentence are whatever would be referred to by the referential expressions in a sentence whose surface form truly exhibited its logical form …

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  • 156logical sum — The logical sum of two propositions p, q is their disjunction, p ∨q . The logical sum of two sets is their union …

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  • 157Logical atomism — the theory that all the objects in the universe are composed of very small, indestructible elements. (This is the case for the Western [i.e., Greek] theories of atomism. Buddhists also have well developed theories of atomism, and which involve… …

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  • 158logical positivism — (also logical empiricism) noun a form of positivism which considers that the only meaningful philosophical problems are those which can be solved by logical analysis …

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  • 159logical design — /lɒdʒɪkəl dəˈzaɪn/ (say lojikuhl duh zuyn) noun the design of a digital computer or other digital equipment out of logical elements. –logic designer, logical designer, noun …

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  • 160logical block — loginis blokas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. logic unit; logical block; logical unit vok. Logikbaustein, m; Logikblock, m; Logikeinheit, f; logische Einheit, f rus. логический блок, m pranc. bloc logique, m …

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