Definitions for "Inductive"
Leading or drawing; persuasive; tempting; -- usually followed by to.
Leading to inferences; proceeding by, derived from, or using, induction; as, inductive reasoning.
order by term] level: Comprehensive (3) Referring to the method of reasoning in which one starts with a series of observations and generalizes them to make predictions about as yet unobserved cases. Although induction is the basis of all science, it can yield mistaken conclusions: one could be too hasty in generalizing from an apparent pattern and make unfounded predictions. This is a fundamental reason why scientific conclusions are always tentative.
load – The device that a timer controls that initially resists a change in current, typically a coil, such as a solenoid, contactor or relay.
Inductive loads result in the tendency most contact erosion. This is due to the tendency of the current to continue travelling across the contact while opening, causing arcing.
Keywords:  reactance, arising
arising from inductance; "inductive reactance"
relating to logical induction; "inductive thinking"
Relating to, or employing logical induction.
an approach to composition in which the main or most important message is sandwiched between other information, so as to reduce the force of the main message.
Keywords:  reader, picks, antenna, tag, coupling
coupling: A method of transmitting data between tags and readers in which the antenna from the reader picks up changes in the tag's antenna.
Facilitating induction; susceptible of being acted upon by induction; as, certain substances have a great inductive capacity.
working from data collected to identify variables in order to generate theory.
generalization from specific facts
Keywords:  tending, cause
Tending to induce or cause.
Operating by induction; as, an inductive electrical machine.