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Deterministic vs. Determinate

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Deterministicadjective

Of, or relating to determinism.

Determinateadjective

Distinct, clearly defined.

Deterministicadjective

Having at most one instruction associated with any given internal state.

Determinateadjective

Fixed, set, unvarying.

Deterministicadjective

Having exactly predictable time evolution.

Determinateadjective

(biology) Of growth: ending once a genetically predetermined structure has formed.

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Deterministicadjective

Having each state depend only on the immediately previous state, as opposed to having some states depend on backtracking where there may be multiple possible next actions and no way to choose between them except by trying each one and backtracking upon failure.

Determinateadjective

Conclusive; decisive; positive.

Deterministicadjective

of or pertaining to determinism; as, deterministic theories.

Determinateadjective

(obsolete) Determined or resolved upon.

Deterministicadjective

causally determined and not subject to random chance.

Determinateadjective

Of determined purpose; resolute.

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Deterministicadjective

an inevitable consequence of antecedent sufficient causes

Determinatenoun

(philosophy) A single state of a particular determinable attribute.

Determinateverb

(obsolete) To bring to an end; to determine.

Determinateadjective

Having defined limits; not uncertain or arbitrary; fixed; established; definite.

‘Quantity of words and a determinate number of feet.’;

Determinateadjective

Conclusive; decisive; positive.

‘The determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God.’;

Determinateadjective

Determined or resolved upon.

‘My determinate voyage.’;

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Determinateadjective

Of determined purpose; resolute.

‘More determinate to do than skillful how to do.’;

Determinateverb

To bring to an end; to determine. See Determine.

‘The sly, slow hours shall not determinateThe dateless limit of thy dear exile.’;

Determinateadjective

precisely determined or limited or defined; especially fixed by rule or by a specific and constant cause;

‘a determinate distance’; ‘a determinate number’; ‘determinate variations in animals’;

Determinateadjective

not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex;

‘determinate growth’;

Determinateadjective

supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement;

‘a definitive verdict’; ‘a determinate answer to the problem’;

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