Logics

Log"ics

(?), n. See Logic.
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log in

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log on

, v. i. (Computers) To establish communication with a host computer from a terminal or remote computer.
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Lo*gis"tic

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Lo*gis"tic*al

(?), } a. [Gr. skilled in calculating, to calculate, fr. lo`gos word, number, reckoning: cf. F. logistique.] 1. Logical. [Obs.] Berkeley.
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2. (Math.) Sexagesimal, or made on the scale of 60; as, logistic, or sexagesimal, arithmetic.
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3. Of or pertaining to logistics; as, logistic requirements; logistical problems; a logistical nightmare.
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Logistic logarithms, or Proportional logarithms, certain logarithmic numbers used to shorten the calculation of the fourth term of a proportion of which one of the terms is a given constant quantity, commonly one hour, while the other terms are expressed in minutes and seconds; -- not now used.
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