deterministic definition: Adjective (comparative more deterministic, superlative most deterministic) 1. of, or relating to determinism 2. (mathematics, of a Turing machine) having at most one instruction associated with any given internal state 3.
› believing that everything that happens must happen as it does and could not have happened any other way, or relating to this belief: It would be overly deterministic to say that if the party did change its leader, the new one would continue to make the same mistakes.
;\ion-deterministic rule scheduling makes a declarative statement about rule precedence. The order of rule selection is implicitly defined by the non-deterministic strategy and ultimately determined by the state of the system during problem solving in conjunction with the capabilities of competing rules.
The words "determinism" and "indeterminism" tend to cause a lots o' confusion when they are used. That's because, as with many words/terms, they can often be used with ambiguous meanings. This post is going to point to some of these usages and also to the common usage that's of importance for the debate on free will.
The deterministic analysis tools developed and employed by the SAT enables evaluation of several metrics or figures of merit (FOMs) describing scenario performance. The first step in deterministic analysis is scenario definition, which serves as the foundation for more detailed affordability, risk, crew time, and value assessments.
We describe an object-oriented type and effect system that provides several new capabilities over previous systems for expressing deterministic parallel algorithms.We also describe a language called Deterministic Parallel Java (DPJ) that incorporates the new type system features, and we show that a core subset of DPJ is sound.