Associations to the word «Conceptual»
CONCEPTUAL, adjective. Of, or relating to concepts or mental conception; existing in the imagination
CONCEPTUAL, adjective. Of, or relating to conceptualism
CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS, noun. (philosophy) The analysis of concepts, including, for a given concept, the search for its definition.
CONCEPTUAL ART, noun. A genre of art in which the transmission of ideas is more important than the creation of an art object
CONCEPTUAL DEFINITION, noun. (semantics) A definition in terms of concepts, such as the one found in a dictionary, instead of in terms of the results of measuring procedures.
CONCEPTUAL FALLACY, noun. A fallacy due to a misunderstanding or misapplication of concepts, or of the relationships between concepts.
CONCEPTUAL INVERSE, noun. Either concept, the inverse of the other, of a conceptual pair.
CONCEPTUAL METAPHOR, noun. (linguistics) The understanding of one idea, or conceptual domain in terms of another.
CONCEPTUAL MODEL, noun. Models that are represented by concepts or related concepts formed after a conceptualization process in the mind.
CONCEPTUAL MODELS, noun. Plural of conceptual model
CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS, noun. (physics) a study and description of properties and interactions of space, time, matter and energy in conceptual non-mathematical form with emphasis on  in order to derive fundamental laws of nature and to derive conclusions from these laws.
CONCEPTUAL SCHEMA, noun. (data modeling) A map of concepts, their properties, the relationships between the concepts and the properties of the relationships.
CONCEPTUAL, adjective. Being or characterized by concepts or their formation; "conceptual discussions"; "the schizophrenic loses ability to abstract or do conceptual thinking"; "sex is a notional category, gender is a grammatical category".
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