# theoretic in a sentence

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It is derived here from its **theoretic** unsyncopated form, a repeated trochee (¯ ˘ ¯ ˘).

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Another important question is the existence of automorphisms in recursion-**theoretic** structures.

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For ring-**theoretic** concepts in the language of modules, see also Glossary of module theory.

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This might result in a totally flat truth-**theoretic** framework, or even arbitrary truth values.

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From 2–6 April, Stepanović completed the **theoretic** part of his exam in twelve subjects.

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These "lattice-like" structures all admit order-**theoretic** as well as algebraic descriptions.

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Yet, in laboratory experiments it is possible to directly test contract-**theoretic** models.

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In this respect, it is very closely linked to the
system-**theoretic** approach to control design.

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Thus the group-**theoretic** notion of commensurability generalizes the concept for real numbers.

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Neither identity nor causality is the proper relation between sensed blue and **theoretic** blue.

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His
dissertation title was Large Cardinals and Strong Model **Theoretic** Transfer
Properties.

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Contract-**theoretic** screening models have been pioneered by Roger Myerson and Eric Maskin.

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Primitive-root diffusors are based on a number **theoretic** sequence based on primitive roots.

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From the model **theoretic** point of view, the Rado graph is an example of a saturated model.

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Independently Ehud Hrushovski has proved model-**theoretic** results on Frobenius automorphisms.

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The latter is another name only for revolution, about which there is no **theoretic** controversy.

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His current interest is applying systems control **theoretic** approach to turbulence control.

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Functional Value Iteration for Decision-**Theoretic** Planning with General Utility Functions.

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Some of her spaces are even normal Moore spaces under suitable set-**theoretic** assumptions.

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however, when viewed from a measure-**theoretic** perspective, it is a standard Brownian motion.

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For the number-**theoretic** applications, see glossary of arithmetic and Diophantine geometry.

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Neyman's information **theoretic** approach opened new research areas beyond bounded complexity.

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Coloring game problems arose as game-**theoretic** versions of well-known graph coloring problems.

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His thesis was titled Recursion-**Theoretic** Techniques in Complexity Theory and Combinatorics.

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Fischer (1972) re-proved Szmielew's result using more standard model-**theoretic** techniques.

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Knowledge-based models are further subdivided into "information-**theoretic**" and "predictive".

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**Theoretic** and experiment study of a shipboard attitude reference system using laser gyros.

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This study offers **theoretic** basis for utilization of Alpinia zerumbet (Pers. ) Burtt et Smith.

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juvenility of theory and practice makes us carry further **theoretic** discussion necessarily.

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The first part concerns the **theoretic** foundation of Maritain 's philosophy of moral education.

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