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model theory

n
(Logic) the branch of logic that deals with the properties of models; the semantic study of formal systems
ˈmodel-ˌtheoˈretic adj
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The proposed research links logic (model theory) and algebra (group theory).
Their focus is on recent developments in the model theory of modules, as well as the broad influence-sometimes explicit, sometimes implicit-that the theory has had on the representation theory of algebras and certain regions of category theory.
Leuenberger identifies a gap in an influential argument for the entailment, due to Frank Jackson and Robert Stalnaker, and draw on the model theory of infinitary languages to argue that some globally supervening properties are not reducible.
The R-Squared value is 0.8469, interpreted as the 84.68% of the variation in excess returns of stocks or securities of companies is explicated by the Capital Asset Pricing Model Theory. The F-Statistics value (F=559.007, p=0.0000) is significant at 1% level of significance.
Lee (2) coupled EnergyPlus and agent-based modeling platforms to simulate occupant behavior (based on the reasoned action model theory (3)) within an energy model.
One of the most important open problems in the minimal model theory for higher-dimensional algebraic varieties is the abundance conjecture.
From the non-rolling tyre model theory (Equation (11) and Equation (12)), it can be concluded that:
Recently a new theory in health promotion--the multi model theory (MTM) of health behavior change has been proposed by Sharma (2015; 2017).
Sourcing Business Model theory is a revolutionary approach that will challenge procurement professionals much the way.
This property relates to the model theory of valued fields which was introduced by F.V.
The findings presented in this paper are discussed within the framework of Mental Model theory (Johnson-Laird & Byrne, 2002).

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