reflexive relation


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reflexive relation

[ri′flek·siv ri‚lā·shən]
(mathematics)
A relation among the elements of a set such that every element stands in that relation to itself.
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Since X is a Barr-exact Mal'tsev category, then any reflexive relation is necessary the kernel pair of its coequaliser.
2])> : I(Eq(g)) [right arrow] I(A') x I(A') in X, we get a reflexive relation, say <[e.
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Second, reflexive relations are often defined in terms of deduction rules, e.
On the specific question of a reflexive relation being a function of one argument, certainly one might be able to define a function f(x) such that, say,
Emphasizing the reflexive relation in Attis' horrific and unnatural act, it is entirely appropriate in context.
On Posttest 2, subsequent to retraining AB and BC relations to mastery criterion, the reflexive relations remained high.
After mastery on AB and BC relations had been demonstrated, Posttest 1 scores for reflexive relations (AA, BB, CC) remained high (see Figure 2).
On Posttest 2, following retraining on the BC relation, all reflexive relations remained high.
On Posttest 3, reflexive relations were not tested.
One-month retention scores (see Figure 3) for reflexive relations were 100%.
A model for accessibility can represent reflexive relations, and/or symmetrical relations and/or relations of transitivity which means that the world at the centre of the system, with respect to which accessibility is measured, changes according to the logical model for accessibility posited in a given context.