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Synonyms for rationale

Synonyms for rationale

what is sound or reasonable

a statement of causes or motives

Synonyms for rationale

(law) an explanation of the fundamental reasons (especially an explanation of the working of some device in terms of laws of nature)

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This study sought to understand the adoption of cloud computing for HPC applications, as well as the barriers, drivers, and rationales for using or evaluating cloud resources.
According to one former PTAB judge, "the key to the proceeding is almost always the rationale to combine the references.
Appendix B is a handbook that provides rationale, guidance, and lessons learned to help establish an engine model specification for the production phase of the engine program.
At a minimum, it is likely for defensive purposes that board members will want to document their deliberations and analyses of such areas as: strategic rationale for the transaction, other acquisition alternatives explored and why this potential target is most advantageous, due diligence process and findings, valuation and support for projections, suitability of the financing structure being adopted, post-acquisition plans to deliver intended benefits and plans to address key people and cultural issues.
99 obligates auditors to understand the business rationale for these types of transactions and provides an excellent list of items you should consider when attempting to understand the business rationale for unusual transactions.
Under normal circumstances, an officer making a traffic stop involving a young suburban housewife and her four tiny children would exercise better judgment -- but in this instance, the rationale of "homeland security" became irresistible.
I used writing to figure out the rationale of the structure and realized that it was push-pull theory.
In responding to these questions, it is important for students to provide a theoretical rationale that supports their answers.
Running a close second to missing limitations as a basis for nonobviousness findings at both the petition and trial stage is the rationale for modifying or combining references.
The most effective presentations don't just explain how the design works, but also expose the rationale behind it.
Positioning rationale development as part of the ethical obligations of teachers echoes work by Dinkelman (2009), Newmann (1970), and Shaver and Strong (1982).
The aim of this paper is to develop, defend, and provide a new theoretical rationale for a secular version of the doctrine.
Recently, Ravinder Raj an advocate and RTI activist sought information from Central Public Information Officer ( CPIO) of the SC over the rationale for passing orders on review petitions without conducting a hearing and offering reasons.
Perhaps in imitation of what I saw other reviewers do, I have challenged other historians/authors to better clarify the rationale behind their own studies.
This paper examines and provides a rationale for incorporating past victimization into group treatment for men who have been abusive to their female intimate partners.