logical

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} tutarlı
{s} mantıksal

Bu kitap bellek ve mantıksal düşünmelerini geliştirmek isteyen herkes için faydalı olacaktır. - This book will be useful to anyone who wants to improve their memory and logical thinking.

Asal sayılar hayata benzer, onlar tamamen mantıksaldır fakat, eğer tüm zamanınızı onun hakkında düşünmek için harcarsanız kurallarının bulunması imkânsızdır. - Prime numbers are like life; they are completely logical, but impossible to find the rules for, even if you spend all your time thinking about it.

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Türkçe çok kurallı ve mantığa uygun bir dil. - Turkish is a very regular and logical language.

mantıki
{s} makul
mantıklı olarak
mantıka ait
esemeli
{s} mantıklı (kimse)
logically mantığa göre
{s} mantıklı

Çok mantıklı bir düşünme tarzın var. - You have a very logical way of thinking.

Asal sayılar hayata benzerler, onlar tamamıyla mantıklıdır ama bütün zamanınızı bu konuyu düşünerek harcasanız dahi belirli bir kural bulmak imkansızdır. - Prime numbers are like life; they are completely logical, but impossible to find the rules for, even if you spend all your time thinking about it.

(Tıp) lojikal
mantığa uygun

Türkçe çok kurallı ve mantığa uygun bir dil. - Turkish is a very regular and logical language.

(Bilgisayar,Teknik) lojik
mantıkça
logic
mantık

Asal sayılar hayata benzer, onlar tamamen mantıksaldır fakat, eğer tüm zamanınızı onun hakkında düşünmek için harcarsanız kurallarının bulunması imkânsızdır. - Prime numbers are like life; they are completely logical, but impossible to find the rules for, even if you spend all your time thinking about it.

Çok mantıklı bir düşünme tarzın var. - You have a very logical way of thinking.

logical connection
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) mantıksal bağlantı
logical difference
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) mantıksal fark
logical difference
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) küme farkı
logical drives
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal sürücüler
logical empiricism
mantıksal pozitivizm
logical expression
(Bilgisayar,Matematik) mantıksal deyim
logical framework
(Politika, Siyaset) mantıksal çerçeve
logical not
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal değil
logical operator
(Bilgisayar) mantık işleci
logical positivism
(Felsefe) mantıksal olguculuk
logical positivism
mantıksal pozitivizm
logical positivism
mantıkçı pozitivizm
logical product
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) mantıksal çarpım
logical thinking
mantıksal düşünme
logical argument
mantıksal tartışma
logical comparison
mantıksal karşılaştırma
logical connective
mantıksal bağlaç
logical data design
mantıksal veri tasarımı
logical design
mantıksal tasarım
logical diagram
mantıksal şema
logical element
mantıksal eleman
logical error
mantıksal hata
logical expression
mantık deyimi
logical file
mantıksal dosya
logical flowchart
mantıksal akış diyagramı
logical instruction
mantıksal komut
logical operation
mantıksal işlem
logical operator
mantıksal operatör
logical operator
mantıksal işleç
logical positivism
mantıksal olumluluk
logical product
mantıksal ürün
logical proof
mantıksal ispat
logical record
mantıksal tutanak
logical record
mantıksal kayıt
logical relation
mantıksal ilişki
logical shift
mantıksal kaydırma
logical structure
mantıksal yapı
logical subroutine
mantıksal altyordam
logical sum
mantıksal toplam
logical symbol
mantıksal simge
logical thinking
mantıksal düşünce
logical track
mantıksal iz
logical unit
mantıksal birim
logical variable
mantıksal değişken
logical add
mantıksal eklemek
logical assumption
Mantıksal çıkarsama
logical block address
mantıksal blok adresi
logical complement
tamamlayıcı mantıksal
logical conclusion
mantıksal sonuç
logical connector
mantıksal bağlantısı
logical constant
mantıksal sabit
logical contradiction
mantıksal çelişki
logical data structure
mantıksal veri yapısı
logical database
mantıksal veri tabanı
logical disjunction
mantıksal ayrılmasıdır
logical division
mantıksal bölme
logical engineering
mantıksal mühendisliği
logical fallacy
Kıyas-ı batıl yada mantık hatası: bir düşünceyi ortaya koyarken ya da anlamaya çalışırken yapılan yanlış çıkarsamadır. Safsatalar ilk bakışta geçerli ve ikna edici gibi görülebilen fakat yakından bakıldığında kendilerini ele veren sahte argümanlardır
logical integration
mantıkla birleştirme/ bütünleştirme
logical intelligence
Mantıksal zeka
logical ip subnet
mantıksal ip subnet
logical language
mantıksal dil
logical manner
mantıklı davranış
logical order
mantıksal düzen
logical primary
mantıksal primer
logical reasoning
Mantıksal muhakeme
logical relationship
mantıksal ilişki
logical value
mantıksal değerini
logical, rational, polemical
Akılcı, polemik mantıksal
logical-mathematical
Mantıksal-matematiksel
logical ability
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) mantıksal beceri
logical and
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal ve
logical character styles
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal karakter stilleri
logical clement
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal eleman
logical clement
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal öğe
logical column
sanal sütun
logical comparison
(Askeri) LOJİK KARŞILAŞTIRMA: Kompüterde iki sayıyı kıyaslama işlemi
logical connection
mantiksal baglanti
logical connectives
(Matematik) mantıksal bağlaçlar
logical design
lojik planlama
logical design
(Askeri) LOJİK PLANLAMA: Bir kompüter sisteminde teknik planlamadan önce yapılan planlama
logical diagram
mantıksal diyagram,mantıksal şema
logical diagram
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) mantıksal çizenek
logical difference
kume farki, mantiksal fark
logical disjunction
(Matematik) içermeli ayırtlama
logical disk manager refresh
Mantıksal Disk Yöneticisi Yenileme
logical drive
mantıksal sürücü
logical element
mantıksal öğe
logical explanation
mantıksal açıklama
logical fallacy
mantıksal safsata
logical fallacy
mantık safsatası
logical file
mantıksal kütük
logical framework matrix
(Politika, Siyaset) mantıksal çerçeve matrisi
logical group
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal grup
logical link
mantıksal bağlantı
logical mistake
mantıki hata
logical name
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal adı
logical operations
lojik işlemler
logical operations
(Askeri) LOJİK İŞLEMLER: Komputerde toplama, çıkarma, çarpma ve bölme gibi matematik işlemler dışındaki herhangi bir işlem
logical operators
Mantık işleçleri
logical or
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal veya
logical size
(Bilgisayar) matıksal boyut
logical state
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal durum
logical style
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal stil
logical subject
(Dilbilim) mantıksal özne
logical subject
(Dilbilim) örtülü gerçek özne
logical symbols
(Bilgisayar) mantıksal simgeler
logical validation
mantıksal geçerlilik
logical validation
mantıksal doğrulama
logic
the logic of events olayların gerektirdiği
logic
eseme
logically
mantıksal olarak
join logical file
(Bilgisayar) birleşik mantıksal kütük
logic
yargılama gücü
logic
muhakeme kuvveti
logic
mantıklı düşünüş
logically
mantığa göre
in logical order
mantıksal sırada
logically
mantıklı

Mantıklı düşünmek konusunda iyi değilim. - I'm not good at thinking logically.

O durumu bu kadar mantıklı bir biçimde ortaya koyarken benim ne demem gerekiyor? - What am I supposed to say when he puts it so logically?

Be logical
mantıklı olmak
coherent, straightforward, logical
Basit, mantıklı tutarlı
join logical file
birleşik mantıksal dosya
logic
mantığı
logically
akla uygun biçimde
Programmable logical control
(Tekstil) PLC (Programlanabilir Hafızalı Kumanda)
find logical
aklına yatmak
logic
mantık ilmi
logic
(isim) mantık
logicality
mantıklılık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Of or pertaining to logic
Reasonable
In agreement with the principles of logic
capable of or characterized by clear reasoning
{a} of or belonging to logic, conclusive
marked by an orderly, logical, and aesthetically consistent relation of parts; "a logical argument"; "the orderly presentation"
{s} based on logic; reasonable; simulated, looks and acts like the real thing but is not genuine (Computers)
(log·i·cal) Pronunciation: 'läj-i-k&l Function: adjective : being in agreement with what may be reasonably expected <a logical result of an action> - log·i·cal·ly /-k(&-)lE/ adverb - log·i·cal·ness /-k&l-n&s/ noun
Skilled in logic; versed in the art of thinking and reasoning; as, he is a logical thinker
in accordance with reason or logic; "a logical conclusion"
1 The way your computer "thinks" about the devices attached to it For example, one physical hard disk may be partitioned into two or more "logical" disks 2 The way Mr Spock thinks about anything >: -
The logical conclusion or result of a series of facts or events is the only one which can come from it, according to the rules of logic. If the climate gets drier, then the logical conclusion is that even more drought will occur a society that dismisses God as a logical impossibility. + logically logi·cal·ly From that it followed logically that he would not be meeting Hildegarde
A feature not physically present, but applied by software Sectors on a hard disk are physically arranged contiguously; logically, sectors may be placed anywhere on a hard disk, requiring a software program to arrange them in the correct order
capable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning; "a logical mind"
A data type that can take only two values, Yes or No in the case of Microsoft Access
In a logical argument or method of reasoning, each step must be true if the step before it is true. Only when each logical step has been checked by other mathematicians will the proof be accepted. + logically logi·cal·ly My professional training has taught me to look at things logically
An abstraction of something real A logical disk, for example, can be an abstraction of a large disk that is really made of several small disks
Representation of something that might or might not be the same in its actual physical form For example, a hard disk can occupy one physical drive, yet you can divide the available storage on it to appear to the user as if it were in several different drives These apparent drives are the logical drives
The manifestation of physical devices in software, including operating systems For example, a logical disk drive may consist of a part of the space on a single disk drive or, using Windows NT's capability of spanning drives, space on multiple disk drives
A pattern of reasoning, its structure or grammar, as distinguished from the content If A is >B, and B is >C, then A is >C
Something that is logical seems reasonable or sensible in the circumstances. Connie suddenly struck her as a logical candidate There was a logical explanation It is logical to take precautions. = reasonable + logically logi·cal·ly This was the one possibility I hadn't taken into consideration, though logically I should have done
(e g Karl Popper)- Are scientific theories confirmed by the evidence available? Are they falsifiable? Do they have the ability to predict novel phenomena?
one of Kant's four main perspectives, aiming to establish a kind of knowledge which is both analytic and a priori Hence it is concerned with nothing but the relationships between concepts The law of noncontradiction (A is not -A) is the fundamental law of traditional, Aristotelian logic (If we call this 'analytic' logic, then 'synthetic' logic would be based on the oppo貞ite law of 'contradiction' [A is -A] ) 'All bachelors are unmarried' is a typical logical statement (Cf hypothetical )
part of the physical-logical-virtual trilogy of indirection that describes the conceptual cybernetic movement from Real Space to Cyberspace, "logical" describes the way automata re-order and describe the parts of physical reality that they deal with (language=American technical jargon) According to cue/www=http: //webopedia internet com/TERM/l/logical html: "(1) Refers to a user's view of the way data or systems are organized The opposite of logical is physical, which refers to the real organization of a system For example, a logical description of a file is that it is a collection of data stored together This is the way files appear to users Physically, however, a single file can be divided into many pieces scattered across a disk "
According to the rules of logic; as, a logical argument or inference; the reasoning is logical
Able to reason deductively from what has gone before
capable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning; "a logical mind" based on known statements or events or conditions; "rain was a logical expectation, given the time of year
When used to describe a graphics object (such as a font or brush), this means that the object described is an "ideal" object Information about the logical object is used by the system to create a physical object which may not exactly match the logical one However, only physical objects can actually be used Back
capable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner; "a lucid thinker"; "she was more coherent than she had been just after the accident"
based on known statements or events or conditions; "rain was a logical expectation, given the time of year"
A name you can use in place of or as part of a file specification These names are easier to remember and type than the full file specification
based on known statements or events or conditions; "rain was a logical expectation, given the time of year
Of or pertaining to logic; used in logic; as, logical subtilties
– Characteristics of objects and methods that are apparent to users and/or application programs, as opposed to the physical objects and methods upon which they are based
logistic
logistical
logical atomism
The doctrine that the world consists of ultimate logical "facts" (or "atoms") that cannot be broken down any further
logical calculus
A formal system
logical complement
The number, obtained by complementing every bit of a given number, which produces all ones when exclusive ored with the given number

The logical complement of 0xAAAA is 0x5555 on a 16-bit machine, and 0xFFFF5555 on a 32-bit machine.

logical fallacies
plural form of logical fallacy
logical fallacy
Clearly defined error in reasoning used to support or refute an argument, excluding simple unintended mistakes

You can't prove Santa doesn't exist, therefore Santa does exist, is a common logical fallacy.

logical mechanical element
any part of a mechanism that exercises some form of logical control; such as a ratchet, trip, detent or interlock
logical quotation
A system of quotation wherein punctuation marks are enclosed within a quotation only if the sense of the punctuation is part of the quotation
logical system
A formal system
logical fallacy
Kıyas-ı batıl yada mantık hatası: bir düşünceyi ortaya koyarken ya da anlamaya çalışırken yapılan yanlış çıkarsamadır. Safsatalar ilk bakışta geçerli ve ikna edici gibi görülebilen fakat yakından bakıldığında kendilerini ele veren sahte argümanlardır
Logical Block Addressing
allocation of unique digital addresses (that allow access by input/output) to various sectors on the hard drive, LBA
logical atomism
A philosophy asserting that the philosophical analysis of language ultimately terminates in atoms of meaning that correspond to the basic elements of reality
logical conclusion
rational judgment, reasonable outcome
logical contradiction
two things that cannot logically exist side by side
logical drive
part of a drive which is exhibited to the user as a complete drive in itself
logical error
error which causes a program to operate incorrectly instead of how it was intended to operate (Computers)
logical fallacy
a fallacy in logical argumentation
logical fallacy
error that is based on logic
logical instruction
logical command
logical link
A temporary connection between source and destination nodes, or between two processes on the same node
logical link
An abstract representation of the connectivity between two logical nodes This includes individual physical links, individual virtual path connections, and parallel physical links and/or virtual path connections
logical link
Either a physical link or a VPC PVC across another ATM network Logical links are referred to as horizontal links (if connecting logical nodes within a pair) or outside links (if connecting peer groups)
logical operation
An instruction in which the quantity being operated on and the results of the operation can each have two values. Logical operations include AND, OR, NAND, XOR, and NOR
logical operator
Boolean operation, symbol which indicates the logical relation between two conditions
logical positivism
The philosophy of the Vienna Circle, according to which any purported statement of fact, if not a verbal truism, is meaningless unless certain conceivable observations would serve to conform or deny it
logical positivism
the philosophical school of thought associated with Carnap and Ayer that claims only analytic and synthetic statements are meaningful and that because metaphysical and ethical statements are neither, the latter are meaningless
logical positivism
A philosophy asserting the primacy of observation in assessing the truth of statements of fact and holding that metaphysical and subjective arguments not based on observable data are meaningless. Also called logical empiricism. Early school of analytic philosophy, inspired by David Hume, the mathematical logic of Bertrand Russell and Alfred North Whitehead, and Ludwig Wittgenstein's Tractatus (1921). The school, formally instituted at the University of Vienna in a seminar of Moritz Schlick (1882-1936) in 1922, continued there as the Vienna Circle until 1938. It proposed several revolutionary theses: (1) All meaningful discourse consists either of (a) the formal sentences of logic and mathematics or (b) the factual propositions of the special sciences; (2) Any assertion that claims to be factual has meaning only if it is possible to say how it might be verified; (3) Metaphysical assertions, including the pronouncements of religion, belong to neither of the two classes of (1) and are therefore meaningless. Some logical positivists, notably A.J. Ayer, held that assertions in ethics (e.g., "It is wrong to steal") do not function logically as statements of fact but only as expressions of the speaker's feelings of approval or disapproval toward some action. See also Rudolf Carnap; emotivism; verifiability principle
logical positivism
The name adopted by the Vienna Circle (including Rudolf Carnap and Alfred Ayer) for their philosophical position, most famous for introducing the verification principle as a criterion for meaning of synthetic propositions, and for dismissing metaphysics as meaningless
logical positivism
a general philosophical position, also called logical empiricism, developed by members of the Vienna Circle on the basis of traditional empirical thought and the development of modern logic Logical positivism confined knowledge to science and used verificationism to reject metaphysics not as false but as meaningless The importance of science led leading logical positivists to study scientific method and to explore the logic of confirmation theory
logical positivism
system of philosophy based on experience and empirical knowledge of natural phenomena, in which metaphysics and theology are regarded as inadequate and imperfect systems of knowledge See also Wittgenstein, Ludwig Josef Johann, Russell, Bertrand, and Analytic and Linguistic Philosophy
logical positivism
Twentieth-century philosophical movement that is known for its determination to police assertive statements in order to reject as meaningless non-empirical statements that can not be verified This means that logical positivism rejects all statements of metaphysics, theology, ethics and aesthetics as nonsense The philosophy is represented by the work of Bertrand Russell, (early but not late) Ludwig Wittgensein, A J Ayer and the members of the Vienna Circle
logical positivism
Says its language is meaningless
logical positivist
someone who maintains that any statement that cannot be verified empirically is meaningless
logical proof
proof of a logical theorem
logical relation
a relation between propositions
logical relationship
(Ticaret) The connection of two variables or project tasks based on a direct cause or dependency, rather than coincidence
logical sequence
logical succession
logical topology
the way the network works; "a network that looks like a star can have the logical topology of a bus
-logical
Used to form adjectival forms of nouns ending in -logy

Examples: - biological, genealogical.

logic
The study of the principles and criteria of valid inference and demonstration
logic
Any system of thought, whether rigorous and productive or not, especially one associated with a particular person

It's hard to work out his system of logic.

logic
A formal or informal language together with a deductive system or a model-theoretic semantics
logic
The mathematical study of relationships between rigorously defined concepts and of proof of statements
logic
the science of correct thinking
logic
{n} the art of reasoning with propriety
logically
{a} by the rules of logic, truly, fairly
logic
The science or art of exact reasoning, or of pure and formal thought, or of the laws according to which the processes of pure thinking should be conducted; the science of the formation and application of general notions; the science of generalization, judgment, classification, reasoning, and systematic arrangement; correct reasoning
logic
reasoned and reasonable judgment; "it made a certain kind of logic"
logic
a system of reasoning the principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation; "economic logic requires it"; "by the logic of war"
logic
the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
logic
A formal and powerful method of explaining why the program doesn't work
logic
{i} reasoning, common-sense; science of inference and reasoning
logic
The art of being wrong with confidence
logic
A particular kind of logic is the way of thinking and reasoning about things that is characteristic of a particular type of person or particular field of activity. The plan was based on sound commercial logic. Study of inference and argument. Inferences are rule-governed steps from one or more propositions, known as premises, to another proposition, called the conclusion. A deductive inference is one that is intended to be valid, where a valid inference is one in which the conclusion must be true if the premises are true (see deduction; validity). All other inferences are called inductive (see induction). In a narrow sense, logic is the study of deductive inferences. In a still narrower sense, it is the study of inferences that depend on concepts that are expressed by the "logical constants," including: (1) propositional connectives such as "not," (symbolized as ), "and" (symbolized as ), "or" (symbolized as ), and "if-then" (symbolized as ), (2) the existential and universal quantifiers, "(x)" and "(x)," often rendered in English as "There is an x such that ..." and "For any (all) x, ...," respectively, (3) the concept of identity (expressed by "="), and (4) some notion of predication. The study of the logical constants in (1) alone is known as the propositional calculus; the study of (1) through (4) is called first-order predicate calculus with identity. The logical form of a proposition is the entity obtained by replacing all nonlogical concepts in the proposition by variables. The study of the relations between such uninterpreted formulas is called formal logic. See also deontic logic; modal logic. deontic logic fuzzy logic logic design logic many valued logic philosophy of modal logic
logic
The sequence of functions performed by hardware or software Hardware logic is made up of circuits that perform an operation Software logic is the sequence of instructions in a program
logic
the principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation; "economic logic requires it"; "by the logic of war"
logic
Mathematical treatment of formal logic whereby a system of symbols (i e , AND, OR, and NOT) is used to represent quantities and relationships A switch/gate has only two statesopen or closedallowing the use binary numbers for solutions to problems
logic
a method of using the symbols AND, OR, NAND, NOR, and NOT to represent the function of a circuit
logic
The branch of mathematics in which mathematical assertions and reasoning are studied as formal mathematical objects
logic
(Greek logos,"word", "speech", "reason"), science dealing with the principles of valid reasoning and argument The study of logic is the effort to determine the conditions under which one is justified in passing from given statements, called premises, to a conclusion that is claimed to follow from them Logical validity is the characteristic of an argument that guarantees that if the premises of the argument are true then the conclusion must necessarily be true
logic
the study of methods for evaluating arguments and reasoning
logic
a system of reasoning
logic
The logic of a conclusion or an argument is its quality of being correct and reasonable. I don't follow the logic of your argument There would be no logic in upsetting the agreements
logic
A treatise on logic; as, Mill's Logic
logic
(99/10/30) The government investigators solved the crime by analyzing the evidence and putting two and two together There was no rhyme or reason to his argument (reference: 99, Nikkei)
logic
The part of an electronic system that performs the boolean logic operations, short for logic gates or logic circuit
logic
Logic is a method of reasoning that involves a series of statements, each of which must be true if the statement before it is true. Apart from criminal investigation techniques, students learn forensic medicine, philosophy and logic
logic
One of the three major classes of ICs: microprocessors, memory and logic Logic is used for data manipulation and control functions
logic
On PMTH, the word "logic" generally refers, not to the colloquial meaning of this term but to the system of formal reasoning introduced by Aristotle Aristotle's logic was based on three principles, the Law of the Excluded Middle, the Law of Contradiction and the Law of Identity In recent times there are symbolic logics which can be more complex In Aristotelian, or categorical, logic, a statement can be only true or false, not both at the same time In modern logics, there can be alternative valuations of a statement In fuzzy logic, we can speak of the proportion of truth in each statement
logic
Sound reasoning and the formal laws of reasoning
logic
Series of well-supported assumptions
logic
reasoned and reasonable judgment; "it made a certain kind of logic" a system of reasoning the principles that guide reasoning within a given field or situation; "economic logic requires it"; "by the logic of war" the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
logic
The study of the most general truths -- those truths which are independent of any particular subject matter
logic
The principles of right reasoning
logic
A system of interconnected components used to transmit motion and force and provide discrete locking functions
logic
Genus: An art or process Differentia: Removing or preventing contradictions in one's thoughts or ideas Link: Article
logic
During program design, processing requirements identified by the systems analysis for each program in the system 11 27
logic
(n ) the branch of mathematics that investigates the relationships between premises and conclusions of arguments
logic
The science of thinking based on laws that determine the validity of a conclusion (Solso)
logic
The rules whereby valid conclusions may be derived from a given set of axioms Also the rules for dialogue, section 15 11
logic
A collection of circuit elements that perform a function, especially a set of elements that use digital logic and perform Boolean logic functions (SM*)
logic
the study of the laws of thought and forms of argument
logic
A method of human thought that involves thinking in a linear, step-by-step manner about how a problem can be solved. Logic is the basis of many principles including the scientific method
logic
Logic is a character that was based on Isaac Bender and replaced the other charter based on him, the Kabalistic mage Logic represents the ordered and cerebral side of the mind He seeks to influence characters to logic at the cost of emotion and morality The character is opposed to and often shown with Morality and Hate, as the people they were based on were all roommates of mine along with Isaac In the storyline, some of Logic's accomplishments include fighting with Strength, being taken prisoner by Love and trying to dissuade the Emperor from listening to the Traitor Logic is shown wearing a black robe due to his inspiration's own dark visage He is often shown holding a card with a formula of some sort and math is often the language of logic and he is often shown speaking in binary as it is one of the simplest ways of communicating (theoretically)
logic
Decision Matrix
logicality
correct and valid reasoning
logicality
Logicalness
logically
according to logical reasoning; "logically, you should now do the same to him"
logically
In a logical manner; as, to argue logically
logically
in a logical manner; "he acted logically under the circumstances"
logically
in a logical manner; "he acted logically under the circumstances" according to logical reasoning; "logically, you should now do the same to him
logically
In a logical manner, with logic
logically
according to logical reasoning; "logically, you should now do the same to him
logically
rationally, reasonably; from a logical standpoint
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение logical в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

rational or logical basis
rationale
logical
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