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The connective in propositional calculus that, when joining two predicates A and B in that order, has the meaning "if A is true, then B is true"
The state of being implicated
An implying, or that which is implied, but not expressed; an inference, or something which may fairly be understood, though not expressed in words
The act of implicating
{i} act of implying; something implied, indirect suggestion, connotation, hint; state of being involved in an action or event
a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred; "the significance of his remark became clear only later"; "the expectation was spread both by word and by implication"
something that is inferred (deduced or entailed or implied); "his resignation had political implications"
The implications of something are the things that are likely to happen as a result. The Attorney General was aware of the political implications of his decision to prosecute The low level of current investment has serious implications for future economic growth. = consequence
an accusation that brings into intimate and usually incriminating connection a relation implicated by virtue of involvement or close connection (especially an incriminating involvement); "he was suspected of implication in several robberies"
The act of implicating, or the state of being implicated
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The process of shaping the fuzzy set in the consequent based on the results of the antecedent in a Mamdani-type FIS
The implication of a statement, event, or situation is what it implies or suggests is the case. The implication was obvious: vote for us or it will be very embarrassing for you = inference If you say that something is the case by implication, you mean that a statement, event, or situation implies that it is the case. His authority and, by implication, that of his management team is under threat. see also implicate. In logic, a relation that holds between two propositions when they are linked as antecedent and consequent of a true conditional proposition. Logicians distinguish two main types of implication, material and strict. Proposition p materially implies proposition q if and only if the material conditional p q (read "if p then q") is true. A proposition of the form p q is false whenever p is true and q is false; it is true in the other three possible cases (i.e., p true and q true; p false and q true; p false and q false). It follows that whenever p is false, p q is automatically true: this is a peculiarity that makes the material conditional inadequate as an interpretation of the meaning of conditional sentences in ordinary English. On the other hand, proposition p strictly implies proposition q if and only if it is impossible for p to be true without q also being true (i.e., if the conjunction of p and not-q is impossible)
Characteristic of a logical product that if 1 means that the function is 1
an accusation that brings into intimate and usually incriminating connection
a logical relation between propositions p and q of the form `if p then q'; if p is true then q cannot be false
a relation implicated by virtue of involvement or close connection (especially an incriminating involvement); "he was suspected of implication in several robberies"
A statement of the form, "if A, then B," when A and B stand for wffs or propositions The wff in the if-clause is called the antecedent (also the implicans and protasis) The wff in the then-clause is called the consequent (also the implicate and apodosis) As a truth function, see material implication, below Also called a conditional, or a conditional statement See corresponding conditional
implicative
Tending to implicate or to imply; pertaining to implication
material implication
An implication as defined in classical propositional logic, leading to the truth of paradoxes of implication such as Q --> (P --> P), to be read as "any proposition whatsoever is a sufficient condition for a true proposition"
strict implication
A material implication that is acted upon by the necessity operator from modal logic
implications
What the research results mean
implications
The outcome of a model that follows logically from its assumptions
implications
factors that need to be taken into consideration
ımplication
{n} an involution, fold, tacit inference
implications
plural of implication
by implication
by suggestion, by insinuation, by innuendo
implicative
tending to suggest or imply; "artifacts suggestive of an ancient society"; "an implicative statement"
implicative
Tending to implicate
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