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Similar to induction but predicated on a known or assumed relationary rule(s) and an observation(s) that contains at least one of the predicates(predictors) of the rule Another predicate(s) of the relationary rule is then generalized to the observation due to the coincidence of the other predicate(s) in both the observation and the rule
This is commonly applied in police work to determine the initial suspects of a crime via means motive and opportunity
The most common forms of logic systems built up through retroductive reasoning involve or are related to complexity theory

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