Predication Definition

predications
noun
predications
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(logic) The act of making something the subject or predicate of a proposition.

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(computing) The parallel execution of all possible outcomes of a branch instruction, all except one of which are discarded after the branch condition has been evaluated.

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Synonyms:
postulation

Other Word Forms of Predication

Noun

Singular:
predication
Plural:
predications

Origin of Predication

  • Middle English predicacion, from Anglo-Norman predicaciun, from Latin praedicatio, from praedicare.

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