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bidirectional

[‚bī·də′rek·shən·əl]
(engineering)
Being directionally responsive to inputs in opposite directions.
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bidirectional

The ability to move, transfer or transmit in both directions.
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As far as it is known, these seem to be the quantitative indications that there is a bidirectionality in the relation between the QL and SE, given the predominance existent in the literature that treats SE as a predictor of the QL, without considering a possible feedback (Kuehner & Buerger, 2005; Novato et al., 2008; Garcia-Martinez et al., 2012; Platten et al., 2013; Manhas, 2014; Joseph et al., 2014).
Many researchers have found that construal level is not only a psychological state accompanying behavior, but also an independent variable that can influence behavior, and it has been demonstrated that construal-level mindset and psychological distance could influence bidirectionality (Liberman & Forster, 2009; Trope & Liberman, 2010).
Removing bidirectionality from nondeterministic finite automata.
Mutual entailment involves the bidirectionality of stimulus relations: if A is related to stimulus B, then B is related to A in a particular way.
Agency and Bidirectionality in Socialization: Interactions, Transactions, and Relational Dialectics.
This bidirectionality underlies the concept of bringing the "lab bench to the bedside and back to the bench." Seen in this fashion, translational research should actually increase the need for funding of both basic science and clinical investigations (Fang and Casadevall 2010).
Balkin, respectively, also accept the divide and fail to recognize the bidirectionality of Court decision making in their theories of what the Court should do when it makes constitutional choices, and also are found wanting for doing so.
As far as I am concerned, bidirectionality is fundamental in enhancing foreign language skills and cross-cultural communication.
(242.) The bidirectionality of reflexive rulemaking is emphasized by Dorf, supra note 210.
Bidirectionality of evidence is a major limitation in the current study design.
The converter bidirectionality requires to ensure that the k value choice is correct in both cases.