consistency condition

consistency condition

[kən′sis·tən·sē kən′dish·ən]
(mathematics)
The requirement that a mathematical theory be free from contradiction.
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Cross-Type Transformations and the Path Consistency Condition," Music Theory Specirtem 29, no.
The Kolmogorov consistency theorem states that every probability measure [mu] satisfying the consistency condition
Basically, those employers would have to meet the section 530 reporting consistency condition and have a reasonable argument that they meet the substantive consistency and reasonable basis requirements.
In this model, the conjectures are endogenously determined and the complete equilibrium is the solution of the first-order condition (2) and the consistency condition (4).