shared logic


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shared logic

n
(Computer Science) computing the sharing of a central processing unit and associated software among several terminals
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Talks and negotiations can advance only when they are based on a shared logic, Iran's top negotiator Saeed Jalili said Saturday after three rounds of talks with the representatives of the world powers in Istanbul, Turkey.
To deny the romantic dimensions of Hawthorne's obsession with cultural surfaces," West argues, "is to make the shared logic of new historicism and romance a new kind of neutral territory, a foundational perspective that simply 'sees through' the constructs of American life" (94).
Mathematics offers the prime example of this shared logic.
In transcripts of 87 two-party negotiations, we find that most pairs quickly coordinate a shared logic of exchange and improvise in accord with its implied rules throughout their interaction.
com, uses a program called RIMAS from software provider Shared Logic in Holland, Ohio.
Using software from Holland, Ohio-based Shared Logic, a recycler's trading partners can look at the status of their accounts, shipments and related data.
In the early days, we would make a modification for one customer at a time, but over time you would have fewer people on staff who understood the custom modifications that had been made for a given client," says Smith of Shared Logic.
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