logical construction

logical construction

[′läj·ə·kəl kən′strək·shən]
(computer science)
A simple logical property that determines the type of characters which a particular code represents; for example, the first two bits can tell whether a character is numeric or alphabetic.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Their world consists of "events," from which "matter" is derived by a logical construction. Whoever reads, for example, Professor Eddington's "Space, Time and Gravitation"
Among their topics are Middle Platonism: Plutarch and Favorinus, skepticism in classical Islam: the case of Ghazali, varieties of modern academic skepticism: Pierre-Daniel Huet and Simon Foucher, Russell's logical construction of the external world, skepticism and the internalism-externalism debate, and religious skepticism.
Based on a synthesis of the theoretical tools of CPT (i.e., collocation, semantic prosody, and subtext), Milojkovic analyzes the logical construction of literary worlds as well as a hitherto uncharted domain in corpus stylistics: authorial intention, that is, whether the author sincerely means what he or she writes.
"There seems to be no clear organization of expressive intent, nor any significant form, or logical construction --a lack of wholeness, completeness, unity--no development, no unfolding, no variety, no sonorous elements of music;" it lacks complexity, content and process.
Chapters are divided into titled subsections that help readers trace the logical construction that Gleis has devised.
For the former prime minister of Belgium, this would be "a logical construction, feasible quickly and for which no treaty changes are needed".
Its clear and logical construction allows the reader to follow through situations they may not have otherwise come across.
At the same time, you can analyse the existing apps on our platform and discuss their design, uses and purposes," explains Dr Peter Oel, Head of "Control Designs and Drivers" of Volkswagen Group Research.To develop an application, the participants must have the following:- An idea for an application to be installed in a vehicle- Graphic design of the user interface- Programming in Adobe Flash / FlexThe purpose, design and logical construction of the app should be geared towards the possible requirements of drivers and other occupants.The participants' creativity will be rewarded at the end of the competition.
But despite the poems logical construction, the argument is far from didactic.
It's not worth going into all the reasons why this tribute (if that's what it was supposed to be) was an unmitigated disaster, although it should be said that the whole point about Orwell was that he dealt in crystalline narrative and logical construction, and that trying to convey the beauty of his work by reducing it to soundbites - an art form he would have scorned - is about as ridiculous as trying to convey the Himalayas by handing out a couple of rocks and a handful of snow.
A pure information good is, indeed, just a logical construction. However, information-type goods are increasingly common in today's economy.
The word should serves us more effectively if we put it in context, as part of a logical construction: in order to achieve A, we should do B.