- First Order Logic
- A technique for organising propositions and making relationships between the propositions in an expert system. See also Expert system.

*International financial encyclopaedia .
2014.*

- First Order Logic
- A technique for organising propositions and making relationships between the propositions in an expert system. See also Expert system.

*International financial encyclopaedia .
2014.*

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