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inconsistency 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌinkənˈsistənsē/,
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inconsistencies, plural;
  1. The fact or state of being inconsistent
    • - inconsistency between his expressed attitudes and his actual behavior
  2. An inconsistent element or an instance of being inconsistent
    • - the single glaring inconsistency in the argument

  1. incompatibility: the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time
  2. the quality of being inconsistent and lacking a harmonious uniformity among things or parts
  3. (inconsistent) displaying a lack of consistency; "inconsistent statements cannot both be true at the same time"; "inconsistent with the roadmap"
  4. In logic, a consistent theory is one that does not contain a contradiction. The lack of contradiction can be defined in either semantic or syntactic terms. ...
  5. (20. Inconsistencies) In the event of any inconsistencies or conflicts between the terms of this Agreement and the terms of any schedules or other documents attached to or relating to this Agreement, the terms of this Agreement will prevail, unless otherwise expressly stated and agreed to in a ...
  6. Some inconsistencies may occur in registration and ink coverage. Nouveau Ink will not be responsible for these inconsistencies when printing across seams and on zippered garments.
  7. (Inconsistent) A surf condition in which waves don’t cooperate.
  8. (Inconsistent) Reciprocally contradictory or repugnant.
  9. (Inconsistent) The increase in probability of success is sometimes higher or lower or equal for successive point expenditures.
  10. (inconsistent) In a Metro or Global Mirror relationship, pertaining to a secondary virtual disk (VDisk) that is being synchronized with the primary VDisk.
  11. (inconsistent) The term used when the information on a food label is not in line with the new Code labelling requirements for that label element, label element section or sub-section.
  12. (inconsistent) hılı-muştu, nizamsız, tizginsiz
  13. (inconsistent) of a logical formula, false under every interpretation.
  14. Misspellings, different punctuations, capitalization, variations in spelling all show up as different tags and cannot be used for filtering and navigation
  15. Paraphrased from \cite{SpanoudakisZisman2001}, an inconsistency is a situation in which two or more overlapping elements of one or different software artefacts make assertions about aspects of the system they describe that are not jointly satisfiable.
  16. When two statements or conditions are logically or empirically incompatible or contradictory.
  17. All of the above, while listed as fallacies on the Evowiki page, are applied against creationists on the self-same page.
  18. In moral matters, the treatment of some people differently from others for no relevant reason, or the belief that one action or situation is morally permissible while a similar one is not.
  19. A pattern of fallacious reasoning of the sort, "I reject your claim because you act inconsistently with it yourself," or "You can't make that claim now because you have in the past rejected it."
  20. Something that contradicts something else or that is not in keeping with it Not regular or predictable
  21. divergence f ( between entre).
  22. lacking in harmony between the different parts or elements; self-contradictory.