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v. to present evidence and/or logic that makes a fact seem certain. What a party must do to convince a trier of fact (judge or jury without a judge) as to facts claimed and to win a lawsuit or criminal case. (See: proof)

prove

verb ascertain, ascertain as truth, confirm, corroborate, declarare, demonstrate, establish as truth, establish the genuineness of, essablish the validity of, evince, manifest, ostendere, probare, put to the proof, put to the test, show, show clearly, substantiate, support, uphold, validate, verify
Foreign phrases: In rebus manifestis, errat qui auctoritates legum allegat; quia perspicua vera non sunt probanda.In clear cases, he makes mistakes who cites legal authorities; for obvious truths are not to be proved.
See also: adduce, ascertain, bear, cite, confirm, convince, corroborate, demonstrate, disabuse, document, establish, evince, manifest, persuade, reason, show, state, substantiate, support, sustain, testify, validate, verify
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And the Burrows-Abadi-Needham (BAN) logic is introduced to demonstrate that the proposed scheme is provably secure.
Rigorously defined clean-room method and process are needed to transform a proprietary-laden dirty system into a provably correct proprietary-free clean system--one convincingly devoid of reliance on proprietary information, copyrighted material or trade secrets and not considered a derived work; one with methods of investigating legitimacy, confirming intent and wherewithal of people, verifying process execution and validating outcomes in determining that a legitimate clean room was in operation--nd one with an outcome based on trusted software engineering principles and practices in producing provably correct software components.
But he says that researchers have yet to find any problem that D-Wave's computer can provably solve faster than a traditional computer as the problem gets harder.
Problems exhibiting the adaptive submodularity property can be efficiently and provably nearoptimally solved using simple myopic policies.
In Pakistan, as in other low income, developing countries the all-important infrastructure is either crumbling or not functioning so provably it is the high time, we have to consolidate or restructure the infrastructure.
Influenza vaccine provably prevents transmission by asymptomatic workers;
Media on the Internet--where unlimited copying and sharing has become a scourge to rights holders--would suddenly be provably unique, permanently identified, and attached to an unambiguous monetary value.
Greg Abbott seems to think that the VRA allows him to abrogate minority voting rights as long as he does so for partisan rather than overtly, provably racial reasons.
This work presents algorithms for generating provably good Delaunay meshes, with emphasis on algorithms that work best in practice.
announced development of provably secure digital signature technology based on the use of biometric information such as finger vein pattern in creating the signature.
To this day, Progrexion brands distinguish themselves from lesser competitors by eschewing blanket disputes in favor of an ethics-based, creditor focused approach: credit companies are asked to confirm that their credit reporting is provably fair, accurate, and timely.
He insisted, however, that the US icon drinks sold in over 200 countries, were provably 'soft' and recognised as such 'by the government authorities in which they are sold'.