Definitions for "Determinism"
The doctrine that the will is not free, but is inevitably and invincibly determined by motives, preceding events, and natural laws.
The view that all human actions are determined or necessitated by impersonal prior causes (that is, causes other than the agent).
In the problem of free will, the doctrine that the will is determined by the antecedent psychical and physical conditions and causes to act as it does.
The philosophy of destiny: that the course of history is predetermined, and there's nothing that anybody can do to change that. This leads to fatalism.
supposing general laws of nature.
the principle that all information and events embody natural laws. A key component of naturalist writing.
Keywords:  psychological, see
See psychological determinism.
Keywords:  relevant, behave, lost, radio, wireless
(Wireless) A network communication model that defines how network end points behave during the loss of communications. The network identifies when the communications link is lost and sets relevant outputs to user-defined conditions. Once the radio signal is re-established, the network returns to normal operation.
Keywords:  priority, level
priority level