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logic

noun analytic, analytical, argument, art of controversy, art of disputation a, chain of reaaoning, cogent, common sense, course of argument, course of thought, deduction, dialectic, dialectical, explanation, good sense, inference, line of reasoning, logical reasoning, method of reasoning, philosophical, polemics, process of reasoning, ratiocination, rationalization, reason, reasoned, reasoning, science of reasoning, sense, sound judgment, sound reasoning, thought process, wisdom
Associated concepts: laws of logic, logical relevancy
See also: common sense, data, dialectic, ratiocination, reason
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Labeled Deductive Systems (LDS) were developed as a flexible methodology to formalize such a kind of complex logical systems.
In recent years there has been an increasing demand for a variety of logical systems for tackling this problem, prompted mostly by applications of logic in AI, logic programming and other related areas.
Further, there is the historical interest of systematic insights made at a given time, their descent from intellectual forebears, and their ultimate impact on later logical systems.
With the Logical system, batteries--nickel cadmium or nickel metal hydride--do not have to be fully discharged before being recharged.
The refundable "required payment" was developed as the only logical system for allowing fiscal years for affected entities.
MSOs saw how monolithic, custom-made physical appliances could be transitioned to software running on lower cost commodity hardware to create a single logical system distributed across many servers and physical locations.
This Includes The Following: * Study And Evaluate Our Current Utility Infrastructure Capacities And Determine Where Logical System Extensions Would Be Recommended.
It's a complete reference tied to a companion website holding videos, quizzes and images and provides a logical system arrangement for at-a-glance reference.
Infinito is a kind of atlas, as Ghirri called it, but the logical system that underlies the project is not so rational: The photographs are not in chronological order.
In a clever and logical system that builds from previous knowledge, this covers such core topics as divisibility and primes, congruences, cryptography, and quadratic residues, then addresses arithmetic functions, large primes, continued fractions, and diophantine equations, closing with advanced topics such as analytic number theory, elliptic curves, and the relationship between logic and number theory.
Investigations into the concept of truth lie at the heart of the logical system of German philosopher Gottlob Frege (1848-1925), yet relatively few studies have been dedicated to analyzing Frege's treatment of truth.