In logic, a predicate is a formula with variables that will yield an answer, true or false, when all of its variables are bound to appropriate values. By “appropriate”, we mean values that are consistent with the type expected by the corresponding variable.
- Chapter 8 Semantic Notations
- from NoSQL and SQL Data Modeling: Bringing Together Data, Semantics, and Software
- Publisher: Technics Publications
- Released: April 2016
Great illustration of the word predicate and its diverse use even within our own domain of software engineering
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