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1. proof or evidence leading to proof
2. a manifestation of grievances, support, or protest by public rallies, parades, etc.
3. Maths a logical presentation of the assumptions and equations used in solving a problem or proving a theorem
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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.



(1) A procession, meeting, or other forms of expression of popular sentiments by the masses.

(2) A visual method of acquainting an audience with a phenomenon or object, such as a classroom demonstration of model animals and chemical reactions.

(3) Threatening acts by a state. Figuratively, deliberately accentuated, provocative behavior.

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The use of inferencing falls into the general category of "intelligent interfaces," a term referring to any user interface with some intelligent or AI component, including demonstrational interfaces with inferencing, as well as other interfaces, including those using natural language.
Demonstrational interfaces: A step beyond direct direct manipulation.
Thame, United Kingdom, August 08, 2011 --( Systech Illinois, a leading global manufacturer of gas analysis equipment, announces the launch of a new YouTube channel dedicated to its demonstrational videos, including the latest video released which demonstrates the 7001 water permeation analyzer.
This is the second demonstrational video we've created," Beth added, "and there are plans for more in the future."

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