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summation

n. the final argument of an attorney at the close of a trial in which he/she attempts to convince the judge and/or jury of the virtues of the client's case. (See: closing argument)

summation

the concluding statements made by opposing counsel in a case before a court.
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Summation can support anything from small teams and matters to the largest organizations and cases.
There will exist a closed form expression for the infinite summation over odd integers for sin(nz) divided odd powers of n and also for cos(nz) divided even powers of n.
AccessData's goal is to bring greater efficiency and performance capabilities to the AD Summation product line by leveraging the expertise of Summation veterans and AccessData's own 20+ years of experience as a digital investigations leader.
In this work using the Poisson Summation Formula we generalize an exponential formula of Ramanujan and arrive at a new Mellin Summation Formula.
"We are excited about our partnership with CT Summation," said Robert Childress, President of Wave Software.
These investigations were exclusively devoted to the derivation of summation formulae (which quite surprisingly even exist in the noncommutative case), aiming to build up a theory of explicit identities analogous to the rich theory of identities for hypergeometric and basic hypergeometric series in the classical, commutative case (cf.
KEITH OLBERMAN's summation of the XFL experience: "It's a chilly reminder of the breakdown in public education."
The court further held that the trial court's "error" in precluding the plaintiff from reading portions of the physician's deposition testimony was "harmless error." The court concluded that, although the defendant's counsel improperly appealed to the jury's sympathy by arguing in summation that an unfavorable verdict would be the same as convicting the defendant physicians of "taking the life of another man," the plaintiff failed to object to that comment or any other comments.
Formulas may contain summation signs, which help state how to perform the calculations.
Hegel say that this mental operation is a form of "summation.' The exact way in which summation works is not clear, but the process involves joining pairs of separate quantities and determining which combination contains the most items.
Whenever the rules permit the plaintiff to open and conclude the summation phase of trial, counsel should never waive the right to present his or her closing argument before the defense does.