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corollary:

see theoremtheorem,
in mathematics and logic, statement in words or symbols that can be established by means of deductive logic; it differs from an axiom in that a proof is required for its acceptance.
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corollary

Logic a proposition that follows directly from the proof of another proposition
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1, the subordination part yields the following corollary by taking [psi](z) = (1 + (1 + 2[alpha])z)/(1 - z), 0 [less than or equal to] [alpha] < 1 and
If corollary discharge does in fact underlie our experiences of inner speech, he hypothesized, then the sensory information coming from the outside world should be cancelled out by the internal copy produced by our brains if the two sets of information match, just like when we try to tickle ourselves.
For [alpha] = 1, [lambda] = 1/2 in above corollary, we find below the result justifying the well-known result Marx [4] and Strohhacker [9] that K [subset] [S.
Since the spherical curve n(v) is a circle, from Corollary 3.
Communication between the frontal lobes, where speech and thoughts are generated, and the temporal lobes, where they are perceived, may occur through the action of a corollary discharge.
The key to that wider breakdown of traditional Christian moral teaching was the coming of The Pill (in 1960), and its corollary, the contraceptive mentality.
Practical security rests on three key principles and a simple corollary.
As a corollary to this discussion, Di Maria convincingly reconstructs the stage setting of Aretino's Orazia from verbal indications given by the characters.
Thus, no matter how many nodes the network contains, it can be expected that, on average, less than one node will try to transmit in any time slot, which in turn guarantees non-zero throughput of the network regardless of the number of the nodes in the network as shown in the following corollary.
Its corollary is equally true: The only way you can measure reputation is by character.