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• 81Finitary relation — This article sets out the set theoretic notion of relation. For a more elementary point of view, see Binary relation. For a combinatorial viewpoint, see Theory of relations. For other uses, see Relation (disambiguation). In set theory and logic,&#8230; …

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• 82Equivalence relation — In mathematics, an equivalence relation is a binary relation between two elements of a set which groups them together as being equivalent in some way. Let a , b , and c be arbitrary elements of some set X . Then a b or a ≡ b denotes that a is&#8230; …

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• 83Well-founded relation — In mathematics, a binary relation, R, is well founded (or wellfounded) on a class X if and only if every non empty subset of X has a minimal element with respect to R; that is, for every non empty subset S of X, there is an element m of S such&#8230; …

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• 84Congruence relation — See congruence (geometry) for the term as used in elementary geometry. In abstract algebra, a congruence relation (or simply congruence) is an equivalence relation on an algebraic structure (such as a group, ring, or vector space) that is&#8230; …

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• 85Accessibility relation — An accessibility relation is a binary relation R,! between possible worlds which has very powerful uses in both the formal/theoretical aspects of modal logic as well as in its applications to things like epistemology, metaphysics, and value&#8230; …

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• 86McCumber relation — The McCumber relation (or McCumber theory) refers to the effective cross sections of absorption and emission of light in the physics of solid state lasers [1][2]. Contents 1 Definition 2 Gain …

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• 87Sign relation — A sign relation is the basic construct in the theory of signs, also known as semeiotic or semiotics, as developed by Charles Sanders Peirce.AnthesisThus, if a sunflower, in turning towards the sun, becomes by that very act fully capable, without&#8230; …

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• 88Social relation — can refer to a multitude of social interactions, regulated by social norms, between two or more people, with each having a social position and performing a social role. In sociological hierarchy, social relation is more advanced than behavior,&#8230; …

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• 89Dispersion relation — The refraction of a light in a prism is due to dispersion. In physics and electrical engineering, dispersion most often refers to frequency dependent effects in wave propagation. Note, however, that there are several other uses of the word&#8230; …

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• 90Inverse relation — In mathematics, the inverse relation of a binary relation is the relation that occurs when you switch the order of the elements in the relation. For example, the inverse of the relation child&#160;of is the relation parent&#160;of . In formal&#8230; …

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