An example of logistic is a description for managing a complex move that involves many people and details that have to be coordinated.
Origin of logisticMedieval Latin logisticus ; from Classical Greek logistikos, skilled in calculation ; from logizesthai, to calculate ; from logos, a word: see logic
- Of or relating to logistics.
- Of or relating to symbolic logic.
Origin of logisticMedieval Latin logisticus, of calculation, from Greek logistikos, skilled in calculating, from logistēs, calculator, from logizesthai, to calculate, from logos, reckoning, reason; see leg- in Indo-European roots.
- (operations) Relating to logistics.
- (mathematics) Relating to symbolic logic.
- (statistics) Relating to the logistic function.
- (mathematics) A logistic function or graph of a logistic curve.
From Ancient Greek [script?], skilled in calculating.