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indeterminate

1. Physics (of an effect) not obeying the law of causality; noncausal
2. Maths
a. having no numerical meaning, as 0/0
b. (of an equation) having more than one variable and an unlimited number of solutions
3. Botany another word for indefinite
4. (of a structure, framework, etc.) comprising forces that cannot be fully analysed, esp by vector analysis
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Here the degree of truth, indeterminacy and falsity of any element of a neutrosophic set respectively lies within standard unit interval [0, 1].
1] are called " degree of truth, indeterminacy and falsity membership of x in A", satisfy the following condition:
For Agamben, on the other hand, indeterminacy is a zone to which we return in a transcendental move that discourages the derivation of further determinacies.
However, equilibrium indeterminacy is a characteristic of a system of equations and can therefore not be assessed adequately with production function regressions.
E](t,i,f)] of the system's interactions relationships with the environment has some indeterminacy, or it is not well-defined, or not well-known, with (t,i,f) [not equal to] (1,0,0).
Firstly, indeterminacy exists in the genre of The Stone Diaries.
A verificationist view of meaning combined with a Duhemian view of evidence implies the indeterminacy of translation.
Quine uses the notion of radical translation to introduce the thesis of the indeterminacy of translation.
3]] of indeterminacy [3], an inherent spherically symmetric indeterminacy at each position within the t-sliced spacelike shell.
For example, hump-shaped output dynamics can emerge even when externalities are below the threshold level required for indeterminacy, and output expansion tends to be smoother and longer, whereas contraction tends to be deeper but shorter-lived, as observed in the U.
Specifically, the paper is focused on four problems: (a) the inter-method indeterminacy, (b) the intra-method indeterminacy, (c) the ad hoc interpretations, and (d) the impact of DIF on validity.
There exists a large literature devoted to real indeterminacy in monetary models under various monetary policy regimes.