[ US /dɪˌtɝməˈnɪstɪk/ ]
[ UK /dɪtˌɜːmɪnˈɪstɪk/ ]
  1. an inevitable consequence of antecedent sufficient causes
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How To Use deterministic In A Sentence

  • There are a lot of so-called "Mathematical Economic Models" in today's market, but none of them presents an inclusive and deterministic system.
  • The cooperative transport in a two-dimensional system of hard balls is studied, which is underdamped and under the deterministically flashing ratchet potential.
  • The distributed mass of ricocheting impulses which form the foundation of intelligence forbid deterministic results for a given starting point.
  • Algorithmic means we can describe it in deterministic detail: i.e. "given this condition, this outcome will happen". Are Changes Brewing and How Does the Mind Fit In?
  • In seismology, stochastic models can be used to describe velocity heterogeneities that are too small or too numerous to be described deterministically.
  • The deterministic aspect of divine rule in Daniel is of one piece with divine determinism that permeates the Bible - and that appears to be a theological datum.
  • Of course, the universe on one reading is highly abstract and some of its laws are mechanistic and deterministic.
  • In traditionally static and deterministic parking models, the time dependence and stochasticity of road networks is ignored.
  • Given an initial condition on a time-like hypersurface as a mathematical model for the universe, we can determine in which direction a dynamics (supposed here to be deterministic, whether applied to a quantum or to a classical state) causes the entropy to increase or to decrease. Arrow of Time FAQ
  • Kleist's twenty-sentence novella would therefore be an allegory of events, a tale in which no occurrence — the slip of the beggarwoman, the death of the Marquis — can be understood by situating it within a deterministic logic that would purport to explain what it means by referring it to something else. Reading, Begging, Paul de Man
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