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{a} with limitation, upon terms
subject to a condition; "he accepted the offer conditionally"
under specified conditions
in a conditional manner, provisionally
subject to a condition; "he accepted the offer conditionally
In a conditional manner; subject to a condition or conditions; not absolutely or positively
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A statement that one sentence is true if another is

A implies B is a conditional.

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Stating that one sentence is true if another is

A implies B is a conditional statement.

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More completely conditional sentence, a statement that depends on a condition being true or false
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{a} implying conditions or terms
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A sentence with an adverbial clause of condition: If he is strong enough, he will hit the ball over the fence
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a statement such as if or case that takes different actions depending on some condition
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A conditional is the same thing as a rule
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An action that chooses one of several alternative actions to execute each time it is executed; in Pascal, an IF or CASE statement
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A statement that depends on a condition being true or false
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A compound statement whose execution depends on the evaluation of a boolean expression
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A statement that causes something to happen only if a specific condition exists
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Definition of Conditional: Conditional has a special use in finance when used without other modifiers; often means 'conditional on time and previous asset returns' In that context, one might read 'returns are conditionally normally distributed ' (Econterms) Terms related to Conditional: None About Com Resources on Conditional: None Writing a Term Paper? Here are a few starting points for research on Conditional: Books on Conditional: None Journal Articles on Conditional: None
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{i} (Grammar) conditional clause; conditional mood
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An expression which tests for a certain condition, then does one thing if the condition is met, another thing if the condition is not met The two conditional functions in AutoLISP are cond and if
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A statement that allows selective execution of code depending upon some true or false condition
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Depends upon the occurrence of certain terms or events
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The conditional mood
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the licensee is up to date with the department requirements (e g continuing education, payment, etc ) but most operate under pre-determined guidelines For example, a condition of licensure may be that an individual must work under a supervisor
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A conditional statement is an if-then statement and consists of two parts, an antecedent and a consequent The antecedent, or that which goes before, is preceded by the "if"; the consequent, or that which comes after, may be preceded by a "then" English sentences sometimes reverse the order: John studies hard if he thinks that he will do well in a class But the logic of this sentence is: If John thinks that he will do well in a class, then he studies hard Here the antecedent is "John thinks that he will do well in a class" and the consequent is "he studies hard"
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A truth-functional relation, symbolized by the truth-functional "-->" and usually translated "if-then " A conditional claim is false if and only if its antecedent is true and its consequent is false
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A limitation
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a statement in a segment or message directory of a condition for the use of a segment, a data element, a composite data element, or a component data element (cf mandatory) [ISO 9735]
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ISO ILL status The request will not be filled until the requester (borrower) lets the responder (lender) know if they will meet the conditions specified (i e pay extra costs, or assure that the item is only used in the library)
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Containing, implying, or depending on, a condition or conditions; not absolute; made or granted on certain terms; as, a conditional promise
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In grammar, a conditional clause is a subordinate clause which refers to a situation which may exist or whose possible consequences you are considering. Most conditional clauses begin with `if' or `unless', for example `If that happens, we'll be in big trouble' and `You don't have to come unless you want to'. a sentence or clause that is expressed in a conditional form
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A data element requirement designator which indicates that the presence of a specified data element is dependent on the value or presence of other data elements in the segment The condition must be stated and must be computer processible
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A conditional word, mode, or proposition
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Depending on a condition
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commitment
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A block of statements that may or may not be executed depending on some condition
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qualified by reservations
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Expressing a condition or supposition; as, a conditional word, mode, or tense
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{s} limited, dependent on something else; containing a limitation
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A compound statement whose execution depends on the evaluation of a boolean expression Consists of a condition, a consequent, and an optional alternative In Java, often an if statement Contrast sequence, loop
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Time series technique with explicit dependence on the past sequence of observations
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imposing or depending on or containing a condition; "conditional acceptance of the terms"; "lent conditional support"; "the conditional sale will not be complete until the full purchase price is paid"
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The request has reached the stage where it can only be satisfied if the requesting library meets specific conditions
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If a situation or agreement is conditional on something, it will only happen or continue if this thing happens. Their support is conditional on his proposals meeting their approval. a conditional offer. + conditionally con·di·tion·al·ly Mr Smith has conditionally agreed to buy a shareholding in the club
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Independence – An assumption of conditional independence is made in the weights of evidence model Refer to Check Conditional Independence ; Overall Test of Conditional Independence; Weights of Evidence Method, Conditional Independence
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Time-series technique with explicit dependence on the past sequence of observations
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