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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.
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Higher level of the logical system (Rigs lam che ba) which also includes the studies of epistemology (blo rigs) and signs and reasoning (rtags rigs)
In that context, Labeled Deductive Systems (LDS) [Gab96] emerged as an interesting alternative that provides a flexible methodology to formalize complex logical systems.
He argues that the axiom is neither ad hoc nor in conflict with other aspects of Russell's logical system. Finally, Hylton examines Wittgenstein's puzzling remarks on the distinction between functions and operations in the 5.2s of the Tractatus and discusses the bearing of these remarks on Wittgenstein's Grundgedanke (4.0312) that the logical constants do not name anything.
However, he assumed that a logical system has to be, among other things, an axiomatic system, and based on the propositional calculus.
Hammer, 'Diagrams and the Concept of Logical System', in What is a Logical System, edited by Dov Gabbay.
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.
With the Logical system, batteries--nickel cadmium or nickel metal hydride--do not have to be fully discharged before being recharged.
However, by making this move (a move I believe is necessary if one wants to make these principles operational in critical reading), Sturgess sets up an unavoidable conundrum since any given reader's deployment of the logic of narrativity as a "means of interpreting" may produce "a story of narrativity" (Sturgess's phrase) that differs from another reader's or from the author's (an entity who plays a direct role and who is not some polite critical fiction or construct in Sturgess's logical system of narrative causality).
Finally in 1787 Lavoisier (see 1769) and several coworkers published The Method of Chemical Nomenclature, in which a sensible and logical system was proposed.
The refundable "required payment" was developed as the only logical system for allowing fiscal years for affected entities.
and the Russian Fyodor Dostoyevsky, although none of them formulated a logical system. The works of the Germans Martin Heidegger and Karl Jaspers