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reciprocation

[ri‚sip·rə′kā·shən]
(electronics)
In electronics, a process of deriving a reciprocal impedance from a given impedance, or finding a reciprocal network for a given network.
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The system seems problematic when reciprocation is in practice obligatory and can therefore be expected.
Dash this established cultural reciprocation unknown hitherto.
declaring its intention to carry this out unilaterally--inviting Russia to verify this commitment through on-site inspections--while encouraging Russian reciprocation.
On the basis of research conducted in the United States over the past 20 years, psychologists have largely assumed that people employ a mixture of two types of moral perspectives: "justice" judgments, which revolve around rules of fairness, legal rights and reciprocation of favors, and "interpersonal" obligations, which focus on the needs of others as they arise in a particular relationship or situation.
Resource allocation and scheduling mechanisms covers economic models, such as commodity models, reciprocation, auctions, and game theory, and middleware technologies, such as Nimrod/G and Gridbus, for market-oriented grid computing and utility-oriented resource allocation.
KARACHI: The West Indies cricket board has sought reciprocation from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for touring Pakistan later this year.
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Duterte first declared the ceasefire with Reds during his first State of the Nation Address (Sona) last July 25, but lifted it five days later as the ultimatum he gave lapsed without reciprocation.
New Delhi was expecting reciprocation from Islamabad as a Joint Investigation Team from Pakistan concluded a visit to India with a mission to carry out a probe into the alleged involvement of Pakistani elements in the attack.
Pumps provide a valveless rotating / reciprocation piston design that eliminates the need for check valves, which can clog, rleak or fail over time.
Although United rejected Chelsea's bid instantly, and have again insisted he is not for sale, but the striker no longer feels he has any future at Old Trafford, and the report added that Stamford Bridge is Rooney's preferred choice with Mourinho's public act of reciprocation may prove to be the domestic game's most controversial switch for decades.
The Opposition's decision not to put up any candidate against Patil was a gesture made in reciprocation of the ruling Congress-NCP alliance's decision not to put up any candidate in the Rajya Sabha by-polls after the demise of senior BJP leader and former federal minister Pramod Mahajan who died on May 3, 2006, a fortnight after his younger brother Pravin shot at him from a close range.