Deterministic

A deterministic situation is one in which given inputs lead to predictable outputs.

Deterministic

Occurring in a non-random manner such that the next state of a system depends only on prior states of the system or the environment. Perfect knowledge of previous states implies perfect knowledge of the next state.
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Deterministic

Another criticism of behaviourism is that it is deterministic. This means the approach believes we passively respond to stimuli in our environment. We have little free will, or exercise of control over our environment, or the objects, events, and people within it. Not so! The biological approach also sees a certain inevitability regards thoughts, f...
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deterministic

[adj] - an inevitable consequence of antecedent sufficient causes
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deterministic

Term applied to health effects, the severity of which varies with the dose and for which a threshold is believed to exist.
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deterministic

adjective an inevitable consequence of antecedent sufficient causes
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deterministic

Not random. A deterministic function or variable often means one that is not random, in the context of other variables available. That is, those other variables determine the variable in question unerringly, by a function that would give the same value every time those other variables were given to it as arguments, unlike a random one which with so...
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Deterministic

Not random. Contrasts with stochastic. Most models of international trade are deterministic.
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