Please determine brief explanation of the concept ‘asatkhyātivāda’.

I really suck at the Indian Philosophy. It is a boring subject. Kindly define the concept ‘asatkhyātivāda’.
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"Asatkhyātivāda is proposed by Mādhyamika school of Buddhism. This school is known for its theory sunyavāda. According to sunyavādins, neither the mind nor the phenomenal world is real. Everything is unreal. Further, they enunciate that error lies in the cognition of non-existence as as existence, e.g. we cognise shell as silver. Source:"
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This concept seemed to be offered from the classes connected with buddhism. Basically this can be the buddhism doctrine. This particular university is acknowledged for its hypothesis sunyavad particularly.
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