logical addition

logical addition

[′läj·ə·kəl ə′dish·ən]
(mathematics)
The additive binary operation of a Boolean algebra.
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After Pfizer (PFE) announced a $11.4B deal to buy Array BioPharma (ARRY), JPMorgan analyst Christopher Schott said the deal was "no bargain," given that prices for mid-cap biotech are "far from inexpensive," but he sees Array as a logical addition to Pfizer's new launch portfolio.
This further step in the field of electro-mobility is a logical addition to the existing activities with Pexco in the Husqvarna e-bike sector.
Smart Retail will be a substantial augmentation to Smith Micro's business and a logical addition to a product line that targets wireless carriers.
GFG Alliance's chief investment officer Jay Hambro added: "These plants are an important and logical addition to our expanding, integrated European supply chain.
With the team needing more leadership at the point guard position, he feels that the NortPort guard is the logical addition to make in facing Qatar.
They understand the market and The Landing on Mohegan Lake is a logical addition to their already substantial residential portfolio."
Having been a WatchGuard Partner in the Philippines since their inception, and now a Watchguard One Gold Partner, offering these services to our clients for both Extensible Threat Management (XTM) Security for Web and Extensible Content Security (XCS) for eMail was a logical addition to our security offerings."
Clearly prudent customers want to protect themselves against payment increases and so the introduction of a new 10-year fixed rate deal is a logical addition to provide for this trend."
The economical BCM mesh plant, with integrated bending equipment for the production of culvert reinforcing cages, has proved a logical addition to the apilion line, as many customers have added box products alongside conventional pipe.
DAVID Boyd, Arnold Clark Vauxhall franchise manager, said: "The Insignia Country Tourer was the next logical addition to Vauxhall's portfolio - it has ticked the ever-popular 'crossover' box.
Kotilaine, a regional analyst, told Arab News: "The North American shale market is an increasingly important, still growing part of the global hydrocarbons market and hence a logical addition to an energy portfolio." He added: "The technology in the sector is likely to be of growing applicability as shale developments get under way elsewhere, probably in the first instance mainly Europe and China, but one day quite conceivably also the Middle East." Al-Mady said last year that SABIC planned to build a shale gas cracker in the US.