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  • ==Computer science== {{:Normal (computer science)}}
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  • ==In computer science== {{:Normal form (computer science)}}
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  • ==Philosophy of science and social science== ==Computer science==
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  • * [[Descriptive science]] * [[Normative science]]
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  • ...rings'' or ''traversal strings'' and parsed into ''pointer structures'' in computer memory. When we turn to representing the corresponding expressions in computer memory, where they can be manipulated with utmost facility, we begin by tra
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  • * Barr, Michael, and Wells, Charles (1990), ''Category Theory for Computing Science'', Prentice Hall, Hemel Hempstead, UK. * Mili, A., Desharnais, J., Mili, F., with Frappier, M. (1994), ''Computer Program Construction'', Oxford University Press, New York, NY. (Introductio
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  • ...logic is a ''[[normative science]]'' where psychology is a ''[[descriptive science]]'', and so they have very different aims, methods, and rationales. * [http://www.helsinki.fi/science/commens/dictionary.html The Commens Dictionary of Peirce's Terms]
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  • ...rently called the ''joint denial'' in logic, the NNOR operator in computer science, or indicated by means of phrases like "neither-nor" or "both not" in ordi ...called the ''alternative denial'' in logic, the NAND operator in computer science, or invoked by means of phrases like "not-and" or "not both" in ordinary la
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  • ...ractical impacts have become all too familiar in our everyday lives.&nbsp; Computer scientists, logicians, and mathematicians, however, tend to see different t It is conventional in applied mathematics, computer science, and statistics to refer to a boolean-valued function like <math>f_L\!</mat
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  • * Mili, A., Desharnais, J., Mili, F., with Frappier, M., ''Computer Program Construction'', Oxford University Press, New York, NY, 1994. * [[Descriptive science]]
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  • * [http://www.helsinki.fi/science/commens/dictionary.html Commens Dictionary of Peirce's Terms] ** [http://www.helsinki.fi/science/commens/terms/logicaluniv.html Logical Universe]
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  • ...hn Dewey]], and others, inquiry is closely associated with the [[normative science]] of [[logic]]. In its inception, the pragmatic model or theory of inquiry ===Art and science of inquiry===
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  • ...or the workings of the reflective discipline of inquiry that is known as ''science''? ...''[[theory of inquiry]]'', one that would be up to the task of saying 'how science works'.
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