﻿ Definition of implication. Meaning of implication. Synonyms of implication

# Definition of implication. Meaning of implication. Synonyms of implication

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## Definition of implication

Implication
Implication Im`pli*ca"tion, n. [L. implicatio: cf. F. implication.] 1. The act of implicating, or the state of being implicated. Three principal causes of firmness are. the grossness, the quiet contact, and the implication of component parts. --Boyle. 2. An implying, or that which is implied, but not expressed; an inference, or something which may fairly be understood, though not expressed in words. Whatever things, therefore, it was asserted that the king might do, it was a necessary implication that there were other things which he could not do. --Hallam.

## Meaning of implication from wikipedia

- implication may refer to: logic : logical consequence (also entailment or logical implication), the relationship between statements that
- a material conditional (also known as “material implication”, “material consequence”, or simply “implication”) is a logical connective
- resources : a paper on 'implication' from math. niu. edu, http://www. math. niu. edu/~richard/math101/implies. pdf implication. a definition of '
- material implication may refer to: material conditional , a logical connective. material implication (rule of inference), a rule of
- converse implication is the converse of implication . any two proposition s p and q, if q implies p, then p is the converse implication of q.
- in mathematical logic , an implication graph is a skew-symmetric directed graph g(v, e) composed of vertex set v and directed edge set e
- an implication table is a tool used to facilitate the minimization of states in a state machine . the concept is to start assuming that
- the paradox es of material implication are a group of formula s which are truths of classical logic , but which are intuitively problematic
- the implication-realization (i-r) model of melodic expectation was developed by eugene narmour as an alternative to schenkerian analysis
- for other uses of the term see material implication (disambiguation). in propositional logic , material implication is a valid rule of