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Soundness and all
Soundness of a deductive system is the property that any sentence that is provable in that deductive system is also true on all interpretations or structures of the semantic theory for the language upon which that theory is based.
* ( Soundness ) Every provable second-order sentence is universally valid, i. e., true in all domains under standard semantics.

Soundness and are
* Soundness, a logical term meaning that an argument is valid and its premises are true

Soundness and no
* Soundness: if the statement is false, no prover, even if it doesn't follow the protocol, can convince the honest verifier that it is true, except with some small probability.
* Soundness: if the string is not in the language, no prover, however malicious, will be able to convince the verifier to accept the string with probability exceeding 1 / 3.
# Soundness: if the statement is false, no cheating prover can convince the honest verifier that it is true, except with some small probability.

Soundness and is
Soundness is among the most fundamental properties of mathematical logic.
Soundness properties come in two main varieties: weak and strong soundness, of which the former is a restricted form of the latter.

Soundness and by
It was established by the Federal Housing Enterprises Financial Safety and Soundness Act of 1992.

Soundness and .
Validity and Soundness in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
In Quality of Management they scored second place, third in Long Term Investments, fourth in Financial Soundness, and ninth in Global Competitiveness.

guarantees and all
A distributed system can satisfy any two of these guarantees at the same time, but not all three.
In The Legal Basis of the Total State, Nazi political theorist Carl Schmitt described the Nazi intention to form a " strong state which guarantees a totality of political unity transcending all diversity " in order to avoid a " disastrous pluralism tearing the German people apart "
Despite a June 2008 certification by the United Nations that Israel had withdrawn from all Lebanese territory, in August, Lebanon's new Cabinet unanimously approved a draft policy statement which secures Hezbollah's existence as an armed organization and guarantees its right to " liberate or recover occupied lands ".
On March 19, 1991 the Supreme Council passed a law explicitly guaranteeing " equal rights to all nationalities and ethnic groups " and " guarantees to all permanent residents in the Republic regardless of their nationality, equal rights to work and wages.
The Sixth Amendment guarantees a defendant a right to counsel in all criminal prosecutions.
In session, Frederick II's position was defended by Taddeo of Suessa, who renewed in his master's name all the promises made before, but refused to give the guarantees the pope demanded.
At a federal level, racial profiling is challenged by both the Fourth Amendment of the U. S. Constitution which guarantees the right to be safe from search and seizure without a warrant ( which is to be issued " upon probable cause "), and the Fourteenth Amendment which requires that all citizens be treated equally under the law.
The charter guarantees respect for universal standards of human rights to all subjects of the law.
The highest ranking court of the Spanish judiciary is the Supreme Court (), with jurisdiction in all Spain, superior in all maters except in constitutional guarantees.
The second article of the constitution declares the Spanish nation is the common and indivisible homeland of all Spaniards, which is integrated by nationalities and regions to which the constitution recognizes and guarantees the right to self-government.
TCP is a reliable stream delivery service that guarantees that all bytes received will be identical with bytes sent and in the correct order.
This effectively guarantees a win, since all of the game scenarios feature some form of Y formation.
It created a general right to privacy ( Griswold v. Connecticut ), limited the role of religion in public school ( most prominently Engel v. Vitale and Abington School District v. Schempp ), incorporated most guarantees of the Bill of Rights against the States — prominently Mapp v. Ohio ( the exclusionary rule ) and Gideon v. Wainwright ( right to appointed counsel ),— and required that criminal suspects be apprised of all these rights by police ( Miranda v. Arizona ); At the same time, however, the Court limited defamation suits by public figures ( New York Times v. Sullivan ) and supplied the government with an unbroken run of antitrust victories.
It also urges the government to immediately terminate all subsidies, tax preferences, and investment guarantees that encourage U. S. businesses to invest in foreign property ; and to seek to collect all foreign debts owed to it.
When civil and political rights are not guaranteed to all as part of equal protection of laws, or when such guarantees exist on paper but are not respected in practice, opposition, legal action and even social unrest may ensue.
In the absence of a statutory right to same-sex marriage, the plaintiffs argued that the Vermont Constitution's Common Benefits Clause ( Chapter I, Article 7 ), which guarantees all citizens equal benefit and protection of the law, guarantees same-sex couples ' right to the substantial benefits and protections of marriage.
You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage. Or this insight from Winston Churchill: Courage is rightly esteemed the first of human qualities ... because it is the quality that guarantees all others.
The sender has to keep just one packet on hand for retransmission, since the lock step acknowledgment guarantees that all older packets have been received.
( Note that (*) guarantees that either all three of U, V, W are positive, or else exactly two are negative.
*:( d ) the passing of sentences and the carrying out of executions without previous judgment pronounced by a regularly constituted court, affording all the judicial guarantees which are recognized as indispensable by civilized peoples.
The principle of superposition guarantees that there are states which are arbitrary superpositions of all the positions with complex coefficients:

guarantees and possible
It also guarantees the capacity to distinguish between false perceptions or illusions ( which are possible in perceptions of both the outer world and the inner world ) and true perceptions, or, better said, to distinguish in any perception between the influence of subjective elements ( i. e., viewpoint ) and the objective reality the perception points at.
The fundamental theorem of arithmetic guarantees that there is only one possible string that will be accepted ( providing the factors are required to be listed in order ), which shows that the problem is in both UP and co-UP.
On December 16, 2006 he was transferred by the highly specialized, ICU equipped, Swiss Air Ambulance Bombardier Challenger Jet http :// www. rega. ch /, reportedly made possible and organized in a bold and daring action by the Swiss banker, Pascal Najadi, who was able to convince the REGA Flight Operations over the phone from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, ( perhaps because he was an active patron of the REGA Swiss Air Ambulance ) to swiftly approve the decision to fly without any payment guarantees and assemble at highest possible speed within 48 hours the necessary flight plan, specialized doctors, logistics and Vietnam airspace ( Northern Sector ) entry clearances for the Jet to take off from Zurich HQ, via Lahore to Hanoi, then to proceed with the critical patient in full ICU care of specialized Swiss Doctors and immediate family on board, via Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Edmonton to Boston, Massachusetts, where the plane was met by US Customs ( thanks to the help of Senator John Kerry ).
The input handling system was designed to provide strong event synchronization guarantees that were not possible with asynchronous protocols like X.
This guarantees that as many familiar results as possible will still be available.
In the face of public demand and support by legislators of all parties for as rapid as possible an expansion of the province's lines, the government offered loan guarantees to several companies in exchange for commitments to build lines.
A skip list, upon which we have not recently performed either of the above mentioned Θ ( n ) operations, does not provide the same absolute worst-case performance guarantees as more traditional balanced tree data structures, because it is always possible ( though with very low probability ) that the coin-flips used to build the skip list will produce a badly balanced structure.
If heads are interpreted as 1 and tails as 0 then moving to a codeword from the extended binary Golay code guarantees it will be possible to force a win.
To reduce the lender's credit risk, the lender may perform a credit check on the prospective borrower, may require the borrower to take out appropriate insurance, such as mortgage insurance or seek security or guarantees of third parties, besides other possible strategies.
The benefit of the basis in mathematics is that stronger guarantees of correct behaviour can be produced than would be possible with conventional ad-hoc development.
Vivodi is one of the first ISPs in the Greek market to offer triple-play services through its ADSL2 + network, currently offering up to 20 Mbit / s ( there is speculation whether this is possible or just a marketing ploy as all advertising stresses that data rates are largely dependent on quality of lines in the customers area-Vivodi guarantees 4 Mbit ), IPTV ( the service has been incorrectly named " Vivodi CableTV ", in fact, it is an IPTV-based Triple Play service ) and unlimited national telephony ( via VoIP ).
Where most insurance is a contract where the insurer indemnifies or guarantees another party against a possible specific type of loss ( such as an accident or death ) at a future date, title insurance generally insures against losses caused by title problems that have their source in past events.
When the Executable Space Protections are enabled, including the mprotect () restrictions, PaX guarantees that no memory mappings will be marked in any way in which they may be executed as program code after it has been possible to alter them from their original state.
This guarantees flexibility during an observing session, since it is possible to change instrument during the night with a loss of time limited to a few minutes.
The tree structure guarantees that it is possible to obtain messages from all other adjoining nodes before passing the message on.
The next year, he stated publicly ( during a press conference in Parliament, asked by German journalist Thomas Knemeyer ) that it would be possible for South Africa to be ruled by a black president provided that there were guarantees for minority rights.
The State guarantees a health budget such as to make possible the attainment of health policy objectives.
Signature guarantees protect shareholders by preventing unauthorized transfers and possible investor losses.
" Give us now the field of experiment which we ask of you … It is easy for us to set up a stable republican government with all possible guarantees for all possible interests.
So in order to make sure the Constitution protected every human being: American, alien ; citizen, non-citizen ; lawful combatant, enemy combatant ; innocent, guilty ; those who wish us well, those who wish us ill ... they use the broadest possible language, to make it clear: Wherever the government goes, the Constitution goes, and wherever the Constitution goes, the protections that it guarantees restrain the government and requires it to protect those rights.
OW2 claims that the open source approach guarantees the best possible level of compliance with standards.
“ International projects such as this one will make possible to save millions of human lives and demonstrate that development can and must go together with the need to ensure equality and guarantees of a better future for the poorest and the weakest .”
" The Fourteen Points -- ( 3 ) ' The removal, so far as possible, of all economic barriers and the establishment of an equality of trade conditions among all the nations consenting to the peace and associating themselves for its maintenance .’ ( 4 ) ‘ Adequate guarantees given and taken that national armaments will be reduced to the lowest point consistent with domestic safety .’ ( 5 ) ‘ A free, open-minded, and absolutely impartial adjustment of all colonial claims ', regard being had to the interests of the populations concerned.

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