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equivalence

[i′kwiv·ə·ləns]
(mapping)
In an equal-area map projection, the property of having the ratio between areas on the map the same as the ratio between corresponding areas on the earth's surface.
(mathematics)
A logic operator having the property that if P, Q, R, etc., are statements, then the equivalence of P, Q, R, etc., is true if and only if all statements are true or all statements are false.
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Some studies have investigated the long-term maintenance of stimulus equivalence performance without further exposure to the reinforcement contingencies of the prerequisite conditional discriminations.
Equivalence allows a non-systemic CRA without any physical presence in the EU to be certified by ESMA.
During the hearing, PU's counsel submitted that the single bench had declared the functioning of the Equivalence department void without any reason.
According to the definition of self-similarity, in order to prove that a set is not self-similar, it is necessary to show the non-existence of a partition P such that all equivalence classes [p.
The Department of Qualification Recognition and Equivalence in the ministry will also give a presentation on the most important work and achievements of the department in the field of qualifications equivalence and recognition.
According to MoHE's Twitter handle, equivalence certificates will be given to holders of academic degrees, such as a Diploma, Bachelors, Higher Education Diploma, Masters or a PhD.
Equivalence has encouraged some countries to decide if they should update their current regulatory framework and become equivalent by introducing comparable provisions to the Solvency II directive.
A map p : E [right arrow] B is a quasifibration if for all e [member of] E, the canonical inclusion of the fiber of p over p(e) into the homotopy fiber of p over p(e) is a weak homotopy equivalence.
This research was inspired mainly by the observation that there is rarely total equivalence in meaning of words in two different languages.
Equivalence classes refer to a set of stimuli that are functionally equal for the individual, despite having completely different physical properties.
A statement issued by the Commission here Thursday said that policy note was issued to create an exception for those who attained their Master's degrees in a period prior to the introduction of Equivalence Standard, to create a level playing field among all the Master's degree holders.