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Otherwise, the second process, forecasting, or predictive modeling provides predictions of supposable future events, having in mind preset scenarios and can be transparent and readable for some algorithms or opaque in others, such as neural networks (Caron, 2004).
properties supposable for mathematical entities previously acquired, and satisfying the condition that, if they hold for a certain mathematical entity, they also hold for all mathematical entities that have been defined to be equal to it ...
One example could be the supposable cultic site beside the early tarand-grave in T6nija, in Saaremaa (Magi 2001).
Thus we may conclude that the described cycles of lime mud accumulation were probably characteristic of the supposable late Ordovician--early Silurian icehouse period (e.g.
(52) His example involves children, but extends to others who lack the capacity to consent: [T]he supposable case must be that these particular children are going to be at risk of an illness of calamitous proportions in the near future and if the cure or management of that illness beyond doubt requires their use in medical research.