the theory, doctrine, and movement advocating a planned economy controlled by the state, with state ownership of all industries and natural resources.
a variant of socialism in which the power of the state is employed for the purpose of creating an egalitarian society by means of public control of major industries, banks, etc, coupled with economic planning and a social security system
noun 1. statistic. 2. Usually, stats. statistics. adjective 3. of, relating to, or containing statistics: Some sports fans memorize all the stat sheets published about a team. stat (stāt) adv. With no delay. adj. Immediate. stat 1. from Latin statim (immediately) 2. statistics STAT stratospheric tracers of atmospheric transport
noun 1. a city in central North Carolina.
noun, plural stateswomen. 1. a woman who is experienced in the art of government. 2. a woman who exhibits great wisdom and ability in directing the affairs of a government.
- State transition diagram
A diagram consisting of circles to represent states and directed line segments to represent transitions between the states. One or more actions (outputs) may be associated with each transition. The diagram represents a finite state machine.