# What is satisfy?

• (verb): Fill or meet a want or need.
Synonyms: meet, fill, fulfill, fulfil

### Some articles on satisfy:

Krylov–Bogoliubov Averaging Method - Derivation
... The parameter ε is assumed to satisfy If ε = 0 then the equation becomes that of the simple harmonic oscillator with constant forcing, and the general solution is where A and B are chosen to match the ... If it is also assumed that then it can be shown that A and B satisfy the differential equation where ... is then given by This approximation has been shown to satisfy where t satisfies for some constants and, independent of ε ...
FKG Inequality - A Generalization: The Holley Inequality
... functions μ1, μ2 on the lattice satisfy the condition provided the functions satisfy the Holley condition (criterion) for all x, y in the lattice ... functions on, then μ1(x)=g(x)μ(x) and μ2(x)=μ(x) will satisfy the lattice-type condition of the Holley inequality ...
Satisfy (horse)
... Last updated on July 3, 2007 Satisfy is a Thoroughbred racehorse who is best known for winning the New Zealand Derby in 1987 ... Satisfy only won six races in his career, but two came at Group 1 level in the form of the Derby and the Manawatu Sires' Produce Stakes ...
Local Independence Of Irrelevant Alternatives - Voting Theory
... Approval voting and range voting satisfy the independence of irrelevant alternatives criterion ... system, cumulative voting, does not satisfy the criterion ... as less serious unless the voting system specifically fails the (easier to satisfy) independence of clones criterion ...
Schwinger Function
... (antisymmetric for fermionic fields), Euclidean covariant and satisfy a property known as reflection positivity ... states that Schwinger functions which satisfy these properties can be analytically continued into a quantum field theory ... Euclidean path integrals satisfy reflection positivity formally ...

### More definitions of "satisfy":

• (verb): Make happy or satisfied.
Synonyms: gratify

### Famous quotes containing the word satisfy:

Show some mercy to this chair which has stretched out its arms to you for so long; please satisfy its desire to embrace you!
Molière [Jean Baptiste Poquelin] (1622–1673)

The fact that logic cannot satisfy us awakens an almost insatiable hunger for the irrational.
—A.N. (Andrew Norman)

Every life and every childhood is filled with frustrations; we cannot imagine it otherwise, for even the best mother cannot satisfy all her child’s wishes and needs. It is not the suffering caused by frustration, however, that leads to emotional illness, but rather the fact that the child is forbidden by the parents to experience and articulate this suffering, the pain felt at being wounded.
Alice Miller (20th century)