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Definition of Determined

Determined
Determined De*ter"mined, a. Decided; resolute. ``Adetermined foe.' --Sparks.

Meaning of Determined from wikipedia

- strategy for a player is a way of playing in which his plays are entirely determined by the foregoing plays. Again, such a "way" does not have to be capable...
- To be announced (TBA), to be confirmed or continued (TBC), to be determined or decided or declared (TBD), and other variations, are placeholder terms used...
- "Determined" is the first single from American band Mudvayne's third studio album, Lost and Found. The song contains elements of thrash metal and hardcore...
- Constraint may refer to: Constraint (computer-aided design), a demarcation of geometrical characteristics between two or more entities or solid modeling...
- Young Malagasies Determined (Malagasy: Tanora malaGasy Vonona, or TGV) is a political movement in Madagascar. It is headed by the current President, Andry...
- Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) are (intended) reductions in greenhouse gas emissions under the United Nations Framework Convention...
- In game theory, a strictly determined game is a two-player zero-sum game that has at least one Nash equilibrium with both players using pure strategies...
- (philosophy) Indeterminism, the belief that not all events are causally determined Deterministic system (philosophy) Philosophy of science Indeterminacy...
- societies have believed that their habits, ideas and customs were what determined the shape of their political and economic arrangements, and were the source...
- access to various internal processes. The discovery that humans possess a determined will would have implications for moral responsibility or lack thereof...
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