Interdependence


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.

Interdependence

 

the mutual conditioning by components of the reality of their existence, the mutual dependence of their individual characteristics. A special type of interdependence is correlation, which is a strongly mediated interdependence. In the present-day literature of philosophical logic and specialized science the concept of correlation is used more frequently than that of interdependence.

I. S. ALEKSEEV

References in periodicals archive ?
Together these articles present strategic aspects of the current environment in resource sharing, with increasing interdependence between libraries and, perhaps more uneasily, dependence on external commercial resources for the provision of information.
I learned about service delivery and services to culturally diverse and underserved populations, but learned little about interdependence.
Hierarchical regression analysis was used to assess the marginal effect of medical team interdependence on clinical resource utilization after taking into account the effect attributable to the nature of several morbidities taken as specific and distinct tasks.
We are honored to work with IBC and Operation Interdependence for the third consecutive year to show our support and gratitude to those serving overseas to defend our freedoms," said Winell Herron, Group Vice-President of Public Affairs, Diversity, and Environmental Affairs, H-E-B.
This rotation was a Chief of Staff of the Army-directed exercise designed to test "SOF/CF Interdependence in a complex Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) scenario" against an adversary that possessed near-peer capabilities, including weaponized WMD, robust air defense systems, rotary wing aviation, significant artillery assets, organic ISR (intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance), mechanized/armor units, and employed a complex array of asymmetric threats.
Hosted by the Global Interdependence Center (GIC), the Bronze Buffalo Foundation and Utah State University, the event included analyses from two Federal Reserve Bank presidents - Charles Evans of Chicago and Dennis Lockhart of Atlanta, moderated by a third Federal Reserve Bank president, Charles Plosser of Philadelphia.
The bi-communal business partnerships grant programme is an activity of the Economic Interdependence project which aims to promote economic interdependence between the Greek Cypriot and the Turkish Cypriot communities and contribute to the business and economic relations between the two communities.
The politics of linkage; power, interdependence, and ideas in Canada-US relations.
Satisfying the region's growing demands will require a heightened degree of energy interdependence among historically antagonistic states.
We must strive to control the design of future warfare--warfare that will take place in a shrinking information-centric world, where international partnering is the norm, and interdependence defines how we fight.
While professional felt needs drive in-service teachers to achieve online interdependence, lack of proficiency with the technological side of courseware and tension between process and product pose significant challenges to developing an authentic and democratic online pedagogy.
1) The proof is clearly there: Further interdependence among the western European countries through economic integration led to the emergence of, first, a core 'zone of peace', and then gradually a continent-wide "security community.