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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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The dbMotion(TM) Solution creates secured Virtual Patient Records by logically connecting a group of care providers and organizations without data centralization.
In FICON enterprise fabric environments, McDATA OpenTrunking features can auto-detect bottlenecks, logically group data, and then physically re-route the traffic to inter-switch links (ISLs) with available capacity.
The TAP creates an RFID infrastructure layer which logically resides above the reader layer and represents an extension of the existing enterprise network.
The outputs can also be logically related using AND & OR at either output to create unique waveforms or gate enable pulses.
The Paint Shop Pro X Learning Center: The new Learning Center organizes tools logically by task, providing users with a step-by-step guide and quick access to the instructions and tools needed to complete the most common photo editing projects.
Prosecutors argued that a severe brain disorder was impossible for a man who faithfully looked after his wife in the years leading up to her death and spoke directly and logically about the crime afterward.
The AlterPath OnBoard with Secure Rack Management(TM) (patent pending) physically consolidates and logically secures the Ethernet connections needed for access to service processors in servers and blade servers.
Artistic tricks divert from the effect that an artist endeavors to produce, and even excellent elements such as bullets, arrows, brackets, ornate initials, are at best superficial ornamentation unless logically employed,'' Rand maintained.
In addition, the survey revealed that many companies plan to expand their operations in the next five years in the region and believe that other business processes or operations of their firms could logically be expanded to Atlantic Canada.
0 also includes a new mapping filter capability that insures optimal traffic loads at each tool by logically dividing and mapping the traffic to individual tools.
A team of this caliber should've gone all the way to the championship game with the talent we have and it logically should be considered a failure,'' Zambrano said.