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logic

Decision-making The sum total of education and experience that is integrated into a physician's medical decision-making processes. See Aunt Millie approach, Bayesian logic, Heuristic logic, Markov process, ROC analysis, Stochastic process.

logic,

n a disciplined method of reasoning or argumentation that employs the principles governing correct or reliable inference.

logic

the principles of reasoning.
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LDS offer an attractive approach to formalizing complex systems, since they allow to characterize the different components involved in a logical system by using labels.
Single cockpit for logical system definition: System-level blocks and intra-board connectivity are defined within a common environment.
This faculty is protological in the sense that it is operative in constructing logical systems.
A spokeswoman said: ``A logical system would identify the most serious forms of killing and call them murder, but it might also attempt to identify other forms and grade them for sentencing.
That section concluded with a discussion on the use of a periodic table to deduce a logical system of organic nomenclature.
Also as we create about 16 new lingerie series each year, we had to find a logical system for naming them that could go on for years.
A theory is a logical system of ideas that correlates many observations in the real world in a coherent and understandable pattern, which can be interpreted in a unified explanation.
Thus, for instance, adopting a full first-order language will lead to a logical system with a behavior similar to the SL framework [SL92].
If the rule of law means that law has to be a closed, logical system, mechanically administered with no discretion for judges, I think that's wrong.
However, he assumed that a logical system has to be, among other things, an axiomatic system, and based on the propositional calculus.
Assured Crop Production is a logical system of control based on the identification and prevention of problems using documented parameters.
The authors use the language of art to introduce concepts about contemporary sculpture, while the book's first chapter presents a logical system for looking at sculpture.