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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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This Communication sets out the EU's comprehensive approach and recent legislative improvements in terms of how the Commission grants equivalence to non-EU countries.
EU equivalence has become a significant tool in recent years, fostering integration of global financial markets and cooperation with third-country authorities.
Another variable that influences the formation of equivalence classes is the use of a delay between the sample and comparisons during training.
A few weeks ago, I saw a headline in an old edition of a leading daily that the IBCC is to remove the requirement of equivalence certificates for A Levels following a court decision.
'In case any university in Pakistan has internally within its campus has a department of equivalence then it will be lawful and it can also deny admission to those students who do not fulfill its requirement of credit hours, though his degree is recognised by the HEC,' the bench observed.
He said the HEC was not attesting her degrees without the equivalence certificate from the IBCC.
Any new qualification which is not recorded in Equivalence Book may be placed before Equivalence Committee of IBCC for its consideration and resolution during its quarterly meeting.
A spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said reports of a deal were speculation and that Britain wanted to go beyond the existing equivalence regimes.
Insurance brokers in the UK are not happy with the UK government's enhanced equivalence in the government's Brexit documents for financial services.
Since the establishment of the service, the electronic certification and equivalence system has processed 19,622 authentication applications, 17,343 equivalence applications and 8,829 applications for further study.
An equivalence relation is defined as the emergence of a new relation between stimuli that arise from previously trained conditional discriminations (Sidman, 1990, 1994, 2000).
Here the number one cylinder of four inline cylinders in a gasoline engine is used as a "dedicated cylinder" to operate in the rich condition with an equivalence ratio above 1.0.