# Causal

• 41Causal theory of reference — A causal theory of reference is any of a family of views about how terms acquire specific referents. Such theories have been used to describe reference in regard to all sorts of reference bearing terms, particularly logically proper names and&#8230; …

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• 42Causal body — The Causal body originally Karana Sarira is a Yogic and Vedantic concept that was adopted and modified by Theosophy and Neo Theosophy, and from the latter made its way into the general New Age movement and contemporary western esotericism. It&#8230; …

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• 43causal modelling — A causal model is an abstract quantitative representation of real world dynamics. Hence, a causal model attempts to describe the causal and other relationships, among a set of variables. The best known form of causal modelling is path analysis ,&#8230; …

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• 44Causal system — A causal system (also known as a physical or nonanticipative system) is a system where the output depends on past/current inputs but not future inputs i.e. the output y(t0) only depends on the input x(t) for values of . The idea that the output&#8230; …

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• 45Causal dynamical triangulation — Beyond the Standard Model Standard Model …

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• 46Causal filter — In signal processing, a causal filter is a linear and time invariant causal system. The word causal indicates that the filter output depends only on past and present inputs. A filter whose output also depends on future inputs is acausal. A filter …

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• 47Causal loop diagram — A causal loop diagram(CLD) is a diagram that aids in visualizing how interrelated variables affect one another. The diagram consists of a set of nodes representing the variables connected together. The relationships between these variables,&#8230; …

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• 48Causal contact — Two entities are in causal contact if there may be an event that has affected both in a causal way. Every object of mass in space, for instance, exerts a field force on all other objects of mass, according to Newton s law of universal gravitation …

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• 49Causal diagram — A causal diagram is a graphical tool that enables the visualisation of causal relationships between variables in a causal model. A typical causal diagram will comprise a set of variables (or nodes) defined as being within the scope of the model&#8230; …

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• 50Causal (signal) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Causal. En traitement numérique du signal, un signal causal est défini par&#160;: s(t) = 0 pour t &lt; 0 Un signal est dit causal si ce signal est nul quand t&lt;0. Par opposition, un signal non causal est défini …

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