deterministic

  

Definition

Algorithm, model, procedure, process, etc., whose resulting behavior is entirely determined by its initial state and inputs, and which is not random or stochastic. Processes or projects having only one outcome are said to be deterministic their outcome is 'pre-determined.' A deterministic algorithm, for example, if given the same input information will always produce the same output information.

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  • You must always keep a deterministic view in the business world so that you can have your eyes on the greater prize.

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  • The deterministic nature of the procedure allows for extrapolation to project future data with one hundred percent certainty for our shareholders.

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  • I disagreed with the philosopher's idea that our reality was deterministic and could not change because I believed in free will.

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