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The property or state of being logically or mathematically complete. In logic, an inference procedure is complete if it can derive every possible valid conclusion from the given axioms. A knowledge-based system can be considered incomplete if missing data hinders its operation or corrupts the results.

Subjects: Computing — Philosophy.

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