Relation

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List Of First-order Theories - Equivalence Relations
... The signature of equivalence relations has one binary infix relation symbol ~, no constants, and no functions ... Equivalence relations satisfy the axioms Reflexivity ∀x x~x Symmetry ∀x ∀y x~y → y~x Transitivity ∀x ∀y ∀z (x~y ∧ y~z) → x~z ... Some first order properties of equivalence relations are ~ has an infinite number of equivalence classes ~ has exactly n equivalence classes (for any fixed ...
Matthews V Chicory Marketing Board (Vic)
... and held that an excise must have some relation to the quantity or value of the goods ... is that the "tax must bear a close relation to the production or manufacture, the sale or the consumption of goods and must be of such a nature as to affect them as the ... value of the chicory produced, the land area has a "natural, although not a necessary" relation to the quantity produced, and it is a "controlling element" ...
Relation - Other Uses
... treats the state of a quantum system as being observer-dependent, that is, the state is the relation between the observer and the system Relation (journal), the first newspaper Sexual ...
Transpose Graph - Related Concepts
... The inverse relation of a binary relation is the relation that reverses the ordering of each pair of related objects ... If the relation is interpreted as a directed graph, this is the same thing as the transpose of the graph ...
Generic Data Model - Overview
... For example, a generic data model may define relation types such as a 'classification relation', being a binary relation between an individual thing and a kind of thing (a class) and a 'part-who ... allows the classification of any individual thing and to specify part-whole relations for any individual object ... By standardisation of an extensible list of relation types, a generic data model enables the expression of an unlimited number of kinds of facts and will ...

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