conditional statement

conditional statement

[kən′dish·ən·əl ′stāt·mənt]
(computer science)
A statement in a computer program that is executed only when a certain condition is satisfied.
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A conditional statement is a statement of the form "if p then q", with the two propositions p and q referred to as the hypothesis and the conclusion respectively.
According to the agency, the firm used an indefinite or conditional statement in certain research reports that was not specific enough to satisfy regulations, and was not clear, comprehensive and prominent.
The idea that such conditional statement stands for justification as any other statement of our language game does is a retreat to metaphysical realism because it asks us to justify certain cognitive norms of our form of life which only a skeptic or an alien to such form of life would bring into question.
The topics include incompleteness and uncertainty, the importance of conditional independence, Bayesian programming with coherence variables, the Bayesian programming conditional statement, and Bayesian inference algorithms revisited.
But if Cyprus can cash in on hundreds of millions of euros from electricity exports as of 2016, for a period of 20 years, that's a hell of an incentive," Barnea says.In the meantime, the CEO continues to lobby Tel Aviv.Barnea aims to persuade the Israeli state to issue a conditional statement of intent to purchase around e1/41bn of electricity a year from Cyprus.And in an unmistakeable display of can-do attitude, the entrepreneur thinks he can get that "in a month".To finance the approximately e1/45bn project, Barnea will be seeking an offtake agreement backed by the state of Israel.
The Tax Court concluded that the ex-wife's signature on the March 2007 state court order was a conditional statement that she would not claim the dependency exemption if the child support payments were current.
Next, to interpret a conditional statement (rule) residing in a rule-base system, an interval-valued fuzzy relation between antecedent and consequent can be constructed by suitable implicators.
However, Lockhart emphasized that this should not be viewed as a commitment to keep rates low, but rather as a conditional statement that is "based on a best estimate of the path the economy is on." Thus, the time horizon could change if the economy performs contrary to the FOMC projections.
This reasoner may wish to evaluate the truth of the following conditional statement: "If the Blue button is played in Position 4, then I'll receive at least one Red feedback pin, because the Blue button is correctly located in that position." The italics frame the text that is not necessarily part of the reasoning process, but it is included to show why the reasoner would want to evaluate the truth of the conditional statement in the first place, in other words, the reasoner is trying to figure out where the Blue button might be located.
Condition coverage metric reports all cases of each Boolean sub-expression, separated by logical operators or and and; in a conditional statement it causes the complete conditional statement to evaluate the decisions (e.g.
Conditional statement is a command that allows the program to decide whether to perform a group of commands following the statement for conditional execution, or to skip these commands.
(Just how conditional was that conditional statement?)

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