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Zhegalkin polynomial
Zhegalkin (also Žegalkin, Gégalkine or Shegalkin[1]) polynomials form one of many possible representations of the operat...
Witness (mathematics)
In mathematical logic, a witness is a specific value t to be substituted for variable x of an existential statement of the form ∃...
Window operator
Operator in modal logicIn modal logic, the window operator △ {displaystyle riangle } is...
Valuation-based system
Valuation-based system (VBS) is a framework for knowledge representation and inference. Real-world problems are modeled in this fr...
Vagrant predicate
Vagrant predicates are logical constructions that exhibit an inherent limit to conceptual knowledge.[1] Such predicates ca...
Unspoken rule
rules that are not written downUnspoken rules (synonyms: Unwritten rules) are behavioral constraints imposed in organizations or ...
Tuple-generating dependency
In relational database theory, a tuple-generating dependency (TGD) is a certain kind of constraint on a relational database. It is...
Topical logic
Topical logic is the logic of topical argument, a branch of rhetoric developed in the Late Antique period from earlier works, such...
Speculative reason
Speculative reason, sometimes called theoretical reason or pure reason, is theoretical (or logical, deductive) thought, as opposed...
Specialization (logic)
Look up specialisation in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.Specialisation, (or specialization) is an important way to generate prop...
Soku hi
Soku-hi (Japanese: 即非) means "is and is not". The term is primarily used by the representatives of the Kyoto School of Eastern p...
Situational analysis
Situational analysis (or situational logic) is a concept advanced by Popper in his The Poverty of Historicism. Situational analysi...
Segment addition postulate
In geometry, the Segment Addition Postulate states that given 2 points A and C, a third point B lies on the line segment AC if and...
Regular modal logic
In modal logic, a regular modal logic L is a modal logic closed under the duality of the modal operators: %...
Reactive synthesis
Reactive synthesis (or temporal synthesis) is the field of computer science that studies automatic generation of state machines (e...
Quantization (linguistics)
In linguistics, a quantized expression is such that, whenever it is true of some entity, it is not true of any proper subparts o...
Propositional representation
Propositional representation is the psychological theory, first developed in 1973 by Dr. Zenon Pylyshyn[citation needed], ...
Principle of nonvacuous contrast
The principle of nonvacuous contrast is a logical or methodological principle which requires that a genuine predicate never refer ...
Pragmatic mapping
Pragmatic mapping — a term in current use in linguistics, computing, cognitive psychology, and related fields — is the process ...
Penrose–Lucas argument
The Penrose–Lucas argument is a logical argument partially based on a theory developed by mathematician and logician Kurt Gödel....
Panlogism
In philosophy, panlogism is a Hegelian doctrine that holds that the universe is the act or realization of Logos.[1][2&...
Ostensive definition
An ostensive definition conveys the meaning of a term by pointing out examples. This type of definition is often used where the te...
Normal form (natural deduction)
An inference of natural deduction is a normal form, according to Dag Prawitz, if no formula occurrence is both the principal premi...
Narrative logic
Narrative logic describes any logical process of narrative analysis used by readers or viewers to understand and draw conclusions ...
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