causal system


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causal system

[′kȯ·zəl ‚sis·təm]
(control systems)
A system whose response to an input does not depend on values of the input at later times. Also known as nonanticipatory system; physical system.
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A causal system depends on and is determined by past and current conditions-- either locally or non-locally.
System performance measures provide information (statistical) for taking action on the causal system to improve future performance from the customer's perspective.
This presentation will describe Genstruct's current and future initiatives that use its Causal System Modeling platform to define the on-target and off-target effects of drugs and that can assess the toxicity risks associated with these mechanisms.
The first milestone included the development of causal system models that have been used to identify molecular mechanisms and biomarkers, and concluded with the delivery of a detailed scientific report to Pfizer that elucidates the potential mechanisms of toxicity that led to the identification of rational mechanism-based biomarkers.
This approach is based on the interpretation of mental disorders as causal systems.
She considers Anselm's notion of moral responsibility to be similar to that of modern defenders of libertarianism: a sort of rational intervention into the causal course of events through a special category of agent-causation that stands apart from all other causal systems.
By hiring Julian as a dedicated expert focused specifically on advancing our Causal Systems Modeling platform, we will be able to remain ahead of the technology curve.