principle of equivalence


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principle of equivalence

[′prin·sə·pəl əv i′kwiv·ə·ləns]
(relativity)
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Furthermore, the principle of equivalence between care and prevention measures in free society and prison, recommended in 1993 by the WHO, is not observed in France.
The definition of the interventions will be based on the conclusions of the previous steps of the PRIDE research program, in line with the international recommendations of WHO (4) and UNODC (8) and based on the principle of equivalence for care and prevention with the general community.
micro]v] = 0 violates Einstein's Principle of Equivalence.
micro]v] = 0[micro], Einstein has violated his own theory, by violating his Principle of Equivalence .
In Persson (1998), the risk-adjusted pricing principle used in this article is compared with the traditional principle of equivalence under stochastic interest rates.
1998, Stochastic Interest Rate in Life Insurance, The Principle of Equivalence Revisited, Scandinavian Actuarial Journal, forthcoming.
The principle of equivalence reveals that "the[se] express the constant quest for, and experience of, participation in divine reality, or attempt to avoid it .
Much of the force of Purcell's study depends on the credibility of the principle of equivalence and the philosophical anthropology upon which it is based.
Thus, Hughes stresses, the CERN experiment will test both the quantum theories of supergravity, which are difficult to reach experimentally, and the principle of equivalence.
4) Pauli's [26] version of the principle of equivalence was commonly but mistakenly regarded as Einstein's principle, although Einstein strongly objected to this version as a misinterpretation [15].

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