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Adj.1.self-consistent - not self-contradictory
consistent - (sometimes followed by `with') in agreement or consistent or reliable; "testimony consistent with the known facts"; "I have decided that the course of conduct which I am following is consistent with my sense of responsibility as president in time of war"- FDR
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Yet, Major problems exist for radiation-sensitive nanostructures because of the lack of physics-based models, Detailed statistical analyses, And optimal design of experiments in a self-consistent computational framework.
Clarke presents a self-consistent visualizable theory of mass, charge, and field structure.
It may be connected with Igor Novikov's temporal bootstrap of "globally self-consistent loops in time.
If all the primary standards fall on the linear response function of the instrument, we are confident that the standards are self-consistent and no blunders have occurred in the filling process.
In finding the corresponding self-consistent and fully determined contribution to the ZPE energy density, two points have to be taken into account:
What becomes obscured is the fact that a self-consistent description useful for numerical modeling may not faithfully represent reality, whether physical or social.
It is a self-consistent framework that unites theory of knowledge and practice of knowledge acquisition.
A self-consistent iterative scheme for one-dimensional steady state transistor calculations," IEEE Trans.
Summary: The Interior Ministry was self-consistent in the pre-revolution period in the sense that there were violence and human right violations in prisons and on the street but the degree of anger or say objection among the ranks of officers was rather low pitched.
Buffers of 50 and 200 nautical miles were generated on the basis of the Global Self-Consistent, Hierarchical, High-Resolution Shoreline Database (version 2.
The state might bet on self-consistent exit from crisis via economic reforms, or ask for financial bail.
It is not a philosopher's club where self-consistent principles are declaimed and cases are decided by logical persuasion.

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