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Accounting for these scenarios has forced researchers to develop new mathematical formalisms and ways of thinking.
Hardy called his new formalism the “causaloid” framework, where the causaloid is the mathematical object used to calculate the probabilities of outcomes of any measurement in any region.
He was accused of “formalism,” a catch-all accusation that, like “Trotskyite,” had the ring of execution about it.
The concept is that the formalism of past summits has made meaningful conversation difficult.At the U.S.-China Summit, Friendship Isn’t What Matters|Gordon G. Chang|June 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Originally trained as a painter, Mthethwa brings a determined visual formalism to the portraits of his subjects in their homes.
The very origin of Khassidism was due to a protest against that cold formalism which excluded everything imaginative.
If there is any bias on the bench that is popularly and justly disliked it is a bias towards formalism and technicalities.The Law and the Poor|Edward Abbott Parry
There was a formalism to it, there was pomp and circumstance.Ladies and Gentlemen |Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury) Cobb
In Islam devotion is a strong point, formalism is its weakness.Bahaism and Its Claims|Samuel Graham Wilson
Any explanation would be futile of this branch of a forgotten formalism.The Man in Court|Frederic DeWitt Wells
British Dictionary definitions for formalism
- the mathematical or logical structure of a scientific argument as distinguished from its subject matter
- the notation, and its structure, in which information is expressed