Definitions for "Assert"
To affirm; to declare with assurance, or plainly and strongly; to state positively; to aver; to asseverate.
KQML-like performative acting as a wrapper specifying that its content (optionally surrounded by a formula role) is asserted, making an 'implicit And' assumption. This allows the separation of declarative content from such procedural performatives. Assert corresponds to a Rulebase in RuleML 0.87 (and earlier). Attributes: @mapDirection, @mapClosure(See: performative module and FOL RuleML)
A signal is asserted by driving it to a logical true state. For positive-true signals this state is high logic voltage, and for negative-true signals this state is the low logic voltage.
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To maintain; to defend.
To maintain or defend, as a cause or a claim, by words or measures; to vindicate a claim or title to; as, to assert our rights and liberties.
Keywords:  false, abort, boolean, keyword, java
Java keyword that causes an AssertionError to be generated if the specified boolean condition is false.
Abort execution if false
Keywords:  goto, package, default
default goto package this
Keywords:  categorically
state categorically
insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized; "Women should assert themselves more!"
Keywords:  predicate, clause, add, added, list
Add a clause to a predicate. Clauses can be added at either end of the clause-list of a predicate. See assert/1 and assertz/1.
Keywords:  jones, fact, employee, establish
"Establish a fact (e.g., assert that Jones is Employee 1234)."
Keywords:  privilege, elevation
an elevation of privilege
Keywords:  verified, error, raises, test, report
a test which raises an error if it is not verified, while a report is a test which raises an error if it is specified