sufficient condition

sufficient condition

[sə¦fish·ənt kən′dish·ən]
(mathematics)
A mathematical statement whose truth suffices to assure the truth of a given statement.
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This certainly proves that the brain plays an essential part in the causation of memory, but does not prove that a certain state of the brain is, by itself, a sufficient condition for the existence of memory.
Finding the extent legal frameworks to be a necessary but not sufficient condition, he argues that the grey zone between slavery and decent work is more complex than the capitalist system is able or willing to recognize, let alone address.
A necessary and sufficient condition for consensus is established, which clearly shows the relationship among the nonzero eigenvalues of the Laplacian matrix, coupling strengths, and time delay when the system achieves consensus asymptotically.
On a Sufficient Condition for Hyperintensionality, VERA HOFFMANN-KOLSS
The study says that, having a young working age population is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for enhancing productive capacity required to drive economic growth.
Favorable demographics may be necessary for breakthrough growth but not a sufficient condition for it.
The analysis also shows that high prices are neither a necessary nor a sufficient condition for elevated price volatility since both high and low volatility can take place under high and low price conditions.
Larkin, American freelance photographer based in Dubai, said, "Technology is a necessary, but not a sufficient condition for good photographs.
Kevin J Larkin, an American freelance photographer based in Dubai, said: "Technology is a necessary, but not a sufficient condition for good photographs.
We have never claimed that a move to an opt-out system by itsself is a sufficient condition to driving up rates of donation.
Garrison has obtained that [absolute value of cd (G)] = 4 is another sufficient condition for the conjecture which is later generalized by I.
However, these improvements are not in and of themselves a sufficient condition for sustainable growth, and the rating outlooks on periphery countries remain negative to reflect their remaining adjustment needs, the ongoing institutional developments at the euro area level and their overall sluggish macroeconomic prospects.