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 Book Id: WPLBN0002096589 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Algebra Collections: Math, Literature, Education, Algebra, Authors Community, Mathematics ► Abstract Full Text Search Details... Preface 5 1. Preliminary notions 1.1 Binary Relation 7 1.2 Mappings 9 1.3 Semigroup and Smarandache Semigroup... ...marandache semigroups. In Chapter one, we introduce some basic notation, Binary relations, mappings and the concept of semigroup and Smarandache sem... ...appings and the concept of semigroup and Smarandache semigroup. 1.1 Binary Relation Let A be any non-empty set. We consider the Cartesian pr... ...s called the 8 diagonal of A × A. A subset S of A × A is said to define an equivalence relation on A if (a, a) ∈ S for all a ∈ A (a, b) ∈ S ... ... 8 diagonal of A × A. A subset S of A × A is said to define an equivalence relation on A if (a, a) ∈ S for all a ∈ A (a, b) ∈ S implies (b, ... ...ollowing definition. DEFINITION: The binary relation ~ on A is said to be an equivalence relation on A if for all a, b, c in A i. a ~ a ii. a... ...reflexivity, the second, symmetry and the third transitivity. The concept of an equivalence relation is an extremely important one and plays a centr... ... a central role in all mathematics. DEFINITION: If A is a set and if ~ is an equivalence relation on A, then the equivalence class of a ∈ A is th... ... ∈ A/ a ~ x}. We write this set as cl(a) or [a]. THEOREM 1.1.1: The distinct equivalence classes of an equivalence relation on A provide us with ...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097090 Subjects: Non Fiction, Philosophy, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...lly, chapter four makes an introduction to neutrosophic logic, where the relationship between it and the other logics will be clear. 4 As alway... ...tions Section 2 The Law of the Excluded Middle Section 3 Logical Equivalence Section 4 Well-Formed Formulas or WFFs Section 5 An A... ...dent is false have a value of true. 14 Section 3 Logical Equivalence Definition 1.3.1: The propositions p and q are said to be l... ...to be logically equivalent if p ↔ q is a tautology. The notation for this relationship is p q. It is possible to show that two expressions... ...uth table. Examples: It is easy to verify each of the following logical equivalences ( p → q ) (¬ p \/ q ) ( p ↔ q ) ... ...pressions are taken to be true by assumption. d) There is a finite set of relations R 1 , R 2 , . . . , R n between sets of the wffs in S, called t... ... truth value of the expression is dependent on internal variables and the relationships between the features. For example, in the first expression, ... ...q could be defined as max{ p, q } and p /\ q as min { p, q }. Using the equivalence formulas (p → q) (¬p \/ q), ((p /\ q) \/ (¬p /\ ¬q)) ... ... The definitions of the connectives in table 3 are consistent with the equivalence formulas in classical logic. It is not necessary to maintain t...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097100 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details... and applies it to the case of neutrosophic cognitive maps and neutrosophic relational maps. The last section of this chapter clearly illustrates ho... ...out this book by ‘I ’ we denote the indeterminacy of any notion / concept / relation. That is when we are not in a position to associate a relation ... ...f the neutrosophic vector space V over R. A study of these basis and its relations happens to be an interesting form of research. DEFINITION 1... ... Cognitive Maps and use rectangular neutrosophic matrices for Neutrosophic Relational Maps. 13 Chapter Two SOME BASIC RESULTS... ...ion of a graph in which people are represented by points and interpersonal relations by lines. Such relations include love, hate, communication and... ...is reachable from the other. It is easily verified that disconnection is an equivalence relation on the vertex set of D and if the equivalence class... ...onigsberg bridge problem has no solution. The following theorem which gives equivalence of three conditions is left for the reader as an exercise to...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097644 Subjects: Non-Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collections Collections: Math, Literature, Education, Algebra, Authors Community, Mathematics ► Abstract Full Text Search Details... n . (D 2n is called the dihedral group of order 2n given by the following relation, D 2n = {a, b/ a 2 = b n = 1; bab = a}. 13. Give an examp... ...ces used in this book. DEFINITION 1.2.1: Let A and B be non-empty sets. A relation R from A to B is a subset of A × B. Relations from A to B are c... ...lation R from A to B is a subset of A × B. Relations from A to B are called relations on A, for short, if (a, b) ∈ R then we write aRb and say that ... ...ions on A, for short, if (a, b) ∈ R then we write aRb and say that 'a is in relation R to b’. Also if a is not in relation R to b, we write b R a / ... ...itive if for a, b, c in A; aRb and bRc imply aRc. A relation R on A is an equivalence relation if R is reflexive, symmetric and transitive. In the... ...ve, symmetric and transitive. In the case [a] = {b ∈ A| aRb}, is called the equivalence class of a for any a ∈ A. DEFINITION 1.2.2: A relation R o... ... DEFINITION (MONICO, CHRIS): A congruence relation on a semiring S is an equivalence relation ~ that also satisfies        + + + + ⇒ c x... ...ongruence relation) ~ if we have a S-subsemiring A of S such that '~' is an equivalence relation that also satisfies        + + + + ⇒ ... ...61, 66, 91, 95-96, 100 Distributive law, 19, 39 Division ring, 19 E Equivalence class, 12 Equivalence relation, 12, 51, 80 Extension field...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097118 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collection ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...6), 815–818. 8. Zelmanov A. L. Orthometric form of monad formalism and its relations to chronometric and kinemetric invariants. Doklady Acad. Nauk USS... ...V 2 −2iD∇.V . (16) Note that when a potential term is present, all these relations remain true by replacingE byE−φ. L. Nottale. Fractality Field in ... ...city feld V α reads in terms of the wave function V α =iλ∂ α lnψ. (23) The relation between the non-relativistic fractal param- eter D and the relativ... ... ∂ μ V α =0. (34) Then, after introducing the wave function by using the relation V α =iλ∂ α lnψ, after calculations similar to the above ones (now ... ... essential modifcations of the Newtonian dynamics and to violations of the equivalence principle. Finally we follow another avenue and fnd modifed New... ...ental physical principle behind string theory, not unlike the principle of equivalence and general covariance in Einstein’s general relativity, might ... ... essential modifcations of the Newtonian dynamics and to violations of the equivalence principle. For violations of the equivalence principle in neutr... ... to account for modifcations of Newtonian dynamics (that also violates the equivalence principle). 2 Dual Phase-Space Relativity In this section we wi... ...ration which encodes the modifed Newtonian dynamics and which violates the equivalence principle (since the acceleration now depends on the mass of th...
 Book Id: WPLBN0000674618 Subjects: Non-Fiction, Religion, Kabbalah Literature ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...the Creator--be realized. In Kabbalah, this identical- ness is referred to as “Equivalence of Form between the creature and the Creator.” The wisdom ... ... At Gmar Tikkun, every soul is filled with boundless pleasures and a complete equivalence of Form with the Creator. In our present state, the Light ... ...love to give pleasure back to the host. Another example of a giving-receiving relationship is be- tween parents and children. Actually, the child is ... ... 62 T H E FA M I LY U N I T Dr. Satinover: What is the Kabbalistic approach to relation- ships between men and women at the start of the 21 st centur... ... corrections, they will come to the right connection in such a way that their relationship will resemble the Upper Force. The difference between what... .... As the ego runs amuck, people cannot stand to be near one an- other. Family relationships in general, and spousal relationships in particular, are... ...bbalah explains that all that we feel in reality adheres to the principle of “equivalence of Form,” the “congruence principle.” In each of our five ... ...ased on the same principle that applies to our perception of reality, namely “equivalence of Form.” In other words, we must match ourselves to these... ...led “building a spiritual Partzuf “(face), a term that indicates a measure of equivalence between the Creator and the creature, between the Light an...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097095 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details... manifolds with higher dimension are inspired by the Riemann surfaces. The relation of maps with Riemann surfaces has been known in 80s in the last ce... ...etries, maps and the semi-arc automorphism group of a graph. Preface ii A relation for maps and Smarandache manifolds (abbreviated s-manifolds) and a... ...oted maps are established in this chapter. The last section determines the relation of the number of embeddings and rooted maps of a graph on genus. A... ...me for enumerating maps underlying a graph.........................17 §4 A relation among the total embeddings and rooted maps of a graph on genus20 4... ...pty boundary and to be analytic functions. Whence, we have the following relation: {Riemann Sufaces}⊂{Klein surfaces}. The upper half planeH ={z∈C|I... ...re exists an isomorphism ζ between them induced by an element ξ. Call ζ an equivalence between M 1 ,M 2 . Certainly, on an orientable surface, an equi... ...t1 2 Γ such that P ζ 1 = P 2 or P ζ 1 = P −1 2 . Proof By the deﬁnition of equivalence between maps, if κ is an equivalence between M 1 and M 2 , then... ...ducedtheconformalmappingbetween maps. Then, how can we deﬁne the conformal equivalence for maps enabling us to get the uniformiza- tion theorem of map...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097647 Subjects: Non-Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...dular lattices. DEFINITION 1.3.1: Let A and B be two non-empty sets. A relation R from A to B is a subset of A × B. Relations from A to A are ca... ...ion R from A to B is a subset of A × B. Relations from A to A are called relation on A, for short. If (a, b) ∈ R then we write aRb and say that a i... ...ion on A, for short. If (a, b) ∈ R then we write aRb and say that a is in relation R to b. Also if a is not in relation R to b we write a R / b. A r... ... a = b. R is transitive if for all a,b,c in A aRb and bRc imply aRc. A relation R on A is an equivalence relation, if R is reflexive, symmetric a... ...tive if for all a,b,c in A aRb and bRc imply aRc. A relation R on A is an equivalence relation, if R is reflexive, symmetric and transitive. In t... ...metric and transitive. In this case, [a] = {b ∈ A / aRb} is called the equivalence class of a for any a ∈ A. DEFINITION 1.3.2: A relation R on... ...exists e ∈ M such se = es = s. The reader is advised to develop Morita equivalence on semigroups with systems of local units. A ring (or semi... ...Can we ever find a ring R in which subring link relation happens to be an equivalence relation? 182. Can reals or ring of integers have pairs whi... ...es, Math. Issled, No. 66, 113-127, (1982). 58. Neklyudova V.V. Morita, Equivalence of semigroups with systems of local units, Fundam. Prikl. Math...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002118040 Subjects: Non-Fiction, Religion, Self Help ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ther means of communication. w ith this information, we will 5. revamp our relationships and rebuild them on the basis of trust, collaboration, and y... ...hy our ignorance of the desire to give is so harmful, we can think of the relationship between the desire to give and the desire to receive like th... ...lationship between the desire to give and the desire to receive like the relationship between a mother and her child. In a healthy relationship, th... ...rceive of it. So how do we perceive? w e use a process best described as “equivalence of form.” Each of our senses responds to a different type of s... ...ctual object or sound is the same as the model I created in my mind. The “equivalence of form” principle applies not only to our senses, but to our ... ...the whole of nature is a testimony to the ef- ficiency of learning through equivalence of form. It is thrilling to watch lion cubs play. They crouch ... ...nge is the underlying message: instead of focusing on a couple’s troubled relationship, the words can highlight their efforts to discover the unity... ...ce the most important source of happiness, which is the quality of human relationships—at home, at work, and in the com- munity.” --Richard Layard, ...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097104 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...s and their Socio-economic Conditions 5.1 Use of FRM in the study of relation between HIV/AIDS migrants and their socio-economic condition... ...he problem of HIV/AIDS Migrant Labourers 271 5.5 Linked Neutrosophic Relational Maps and its application to Migrant Problems 288 5.6 Comb... ...ctims. This study is done in Chapter IV. In chapter V we use Neutrosophic Relational Maps and we define some new neutrosophic tools like Combined Di... ...onomic terms, while ignoring that migration is 8 the result of an inter-relationship of an aggregate of several factors. As a part of our resear... ...e vital role of religious faith. Finally as several interlinking of the relations and its effect on the nodes in some cases may remain to be an in... ...s given by {A 1 , A 2 , …,A 6 } and {G 1 G 2 … G 5 }. Let us divide into equivalence classes. C 1 = {(A 1 A 2 ) (G 1 G 4 )} and C 2 = {(A 3...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002096913 Subjects: Non Fiction, Fine Arts, Art History ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ions that are inevitable. No priority has been given to the filiations and relationships - although I have indicated them where it was the case -, bu... ...istorian justifies the literary tenacity of the paradox with an aesthetic relation:” art is paradoxistic by nature, since it uses a fiction (a feigne... ...ion of the fiction with the absurd realizes the burlesque, the parody of a relation of equivalence interpreted in one of opposition amazes and stirs ... ...ction with the absurd realizes the burlesque, the parody of a relation of equivalence interpreted in one of opposition amazes and stirs up hilarity. ... ...o-optimization). Still as a similitude, it is necessary that Heisenberg’s relations of uncertainty should be remembered (complexity of the relation b... ...mational aesthetics (a theory akin to artistic modernity) and look at the relation between the banality of the foreseeable and the originality of th... ...ative of the proposed solutions is forced to an adherence: the contraries equivalence principle (One being double, in general). The universal proces...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097043 Subjects: Non Fiction, Algebra, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...el each of which assumes some economic parameter which describe the inter relations between the industries in the economy 32 under considerations... ...he collection of all polynomials of degree less than or equal to 4. So no relation among elements of V 1 and V 2 is possible. Thus we also show t... ...gebra and the linear bialgebra. Clearly the strong linear bialgebra has no relation with the linear bialgebra or a linear bialgebra has no relation ... ...d where as the strong linear bialgebra is defined over a bifield, hence no relation can ever be derived. In the similar means one cannot derive any... ...n can ever be derived. In the similar means one cannot derive any form of relation between the weak linear bialgebra and linear bialgebra. All th... ...d to define the notion of Jordan biform. The notion of Jordan form in each equivalence class of matrices under similarity and so it has been proved ...
 Book Id: WPLBN0000667786 Subjects: Non-Fiction, Religion, Kabbalah Literature ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...he Four Elements that Comprise Us 4. The Right Environment 5. The Law of Equivalence of Attributes 6. The power of thought 7. A Chosen People 8. ... ... When the creature acquires Creator-like attributes, this state is called Equivalence of Form with the Creator. The individual then senses the Creat... ...” is the sum total of all the conditions that define the measure of man’s equivalence with the Creator, this is called the measure of his adhesion w... ...re of attachment is determined by us. It is we who set the conditions for equivalence through our own will, through our intent, our prayers, which c... ...ising MAN. This is the one factor by which the creature can influence his relationship with the Creator, influence what he will receive from above, ... ... not Him, but the screens that conceal Him. I can, however, influence my relationship with Him, breaking through these screens. When the first Jewi... ...were a mechanical law, because the meaning of keeping a spiritual law is equivalence with it, to be inside it, identical with it. If your desire f... ...le surrounding creation, the collective thought of creation and the inter-relationships between the various parts of creation. It teaches us of man... ...elates to the situation we’re in. It stands above all other emotions and relationships. According to the Kabbalah, there is only one law: the law o...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097103 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Full Text Search Details... } 0I 1 /I 1 ?I 2 , {1 + } 0F 1 /F 1 ?F 2 ). 2.3.6 Material biconditional (equivalence): NL(A 1 f A 2 ) = ( ({1 + } 0T 1 /T 1 ?T 2 ) ? ({1 + ... ...: [1] Atanassov, K., Burillo, P., Bustince, H., On the intuitionistic fuzzy relations, Notes on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets, Vol. 1 (1995), No. 2,... ....stanford.edu/mathematics-constructive/, 1997. [5] Buhaescu, T., On an order relation between fuzzy numbers and fuzzy functions convexity, Itinera... ...d Bel Bel Bel whenever and is called a Bayesian belief function. In such case, relation (21) coincides exactly with (10) and a probability function i... ... Connec tion of the DST with the Fuzzy Set Theory can be found in [5, 64]. The relationship between experimental observations and the DST belief func... ...a. Neutrosophy considers a proposition, theory, event, concept, or entitity, in relation to its opposite, anti and that which is not , non ,a n d th... ...itional neutrosophic logical operators like (strong disjunction, implica tion, equivalence, Sheffer’s and Pierce’s connectors) and general, physics a...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235286 Subjects: Non Fiction, Philosophy, Science ► Abstract Full Text Search Details... ash, to take a radical example. All the points in the stick will also retain their relationship to one another, the structure of the stick, the mut... ...nd 1 expressed Universe (=the Universe as we know it). The theory is symmetric in relation to all curled Universe ("curl-symmetric"). All the dim... ... principle. The general Relativity Theory (GRT) was founded on the principle of the equivalence (i.e., indistinguishability) of gravity and inertia.... ...ssificatory apparatus. To qualify as scientific they must contain statements about relationships (mostly causal) between concepts - empirically-sup... ...s certain existence (truth). All humans believe in the existence of connections or relationships between things. This is not something which can be... ... - except in our minds. This belief in some order (if we define order as permanent relations between separate physical or abstract entities) permea...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097092 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...s-manifolds are a very restricted subclass of the 7 polyhedral surfaces. The relationship between polyhedral surfaces and Riemannian manifolds is... ... The non-Euclidean vertices introduce a sort of curvature, and this affects the relationships between s-lines. The topology of an s-manifold can all... ...lines being parallel or not parallel at different points along them, since this relationship between s-lines changes as 21 we move from point to ... ...y, to change from region to region, this does not necessarily carry over to the relationships between lines, or 26 geodesics. This is, in fact, o... ...e to S-deny all of Hilbert’s axioms, and our choice to have congruence to be an equivalence relation further reduces our ability to S-deny Hilbert’s... ...all of Hilbert’s axioms, and our choice to have congruence to be an equivalence relation further reduces our ability to S-deny Hilbert’s axioms. Mos... ...nsitive. In fact, our definition of s- congruence satisfies the properties of an equivalence relation, i.e., it is reflexive, symmetric, and transiti... ...lexive, symmetric, and transitive. Using a notion of congruence that was not an equivalence relation would complicate the study of all related issue...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235223 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Economics ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...gy and the second revolves around the role of technological progress in re-defining relationships between stakeholders. Both issues are related to ... ...mous centrifugal shift is underway. Power percolates back to the people. Thus, the relationships between user and supplier, customer and company, s... ...o discrepancies in accrued wealth. The doctrine of equal access is founded on the equivalence of Men. That all men are created equal and deserve t... ...f the increase in the share price and the resulting capital gain. But whatever the relationship, there is no doubt that earnings are a good proxy t... ...eigh the physical or monetary kinds. This led to an ongoing revolution in economic relations. Ironically, dehumanizing totalitarian regimes, such a... ...the exact nature and extent of the rot - but they witnessed approvingly the public relations antics, insider trading, stock option resetting , unwi... ...raction between different definitions of definition gives rise to numerous forms of equivalence, all called "definitions". Real definitions, nominal...
 Book Id: WPLBN0000674616 Subjects: Non-Fiction, Religion, Kabbalah Literature ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...daries of “absolute egoism.” According to Kabbalah, the laws regulating social relationships are more important than the laws regulating the relation... ...ghbor, the rest are merely subsidiary laws, including those pertaining to our relations with the Creator. In fact, one cannot merge with Him prior t... ...ceive, and hence are objective. As a result, Kabbalah offers the attainment of equivalence of properties and actions with the Creator as a means of n... ... “close,” and the distance between their corporeal shells is unimportant. The relationship between them is determined by their spiritual affinity. I... ...ing for the sake of another is not consid- ered reception, but bestowal. Since equivalence of properties means B A S I C C O N C E P T S I N K A B B... ...red for it. At the same time, the body merges with the Creator because of the equivalence of their qualities. By so doing, it pleases the Creator be... ...68 Therefore, Kabbalah considers the instructions that refer to interpersonal relationships to be more important than our duties regarding the Creat... ...adicating the egoistic will to enjoy until we achieve the purpose of Creation—equivalence and adhesion with the Creator. It is important to understan... ...el the Creator (the Light) depends only on our closeness to Him, based on our equivalence of attributes with Him. This is because every one of us is...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235224 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Economics ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...the exact nature and extent of the rot - but they witnessed approvingly the public relations antics, insider trading, stock option resetting , unwi... ...nkenscientist, in due course, science will even be able to demonstrate a monovalent relationship between a pattern of brain activity in situ and the... ...l communication between humans would have ceased to exist. It would appear that the relationship between this universal language and the idiosyncrat... ...tween this universal language and the idiosyncratic, individualistic languages is a relation of correlation. Pain is correlated to brain activity, o... ... Whatever the disparity between the two, they must be related to one another. This relation is by virtue of two facts: (1) Both the brain and the c... ...raction between different definitions of definition gives rise to numerous forms of equivalence, all called "definitions". Real definitions, nominal... ...o discrepancies in accrued wealth. The doctrine of equal access is founded on the equivalence of Men. That all men are created equal and deserve t... ...rinciple. The general Relativity Theory (GRT) was founded on the principle of the equivalence (i.e., indistinguishability) of gravity and inertia.... ... desirable and two identically-preferable courses of action. Where there is no such equivalence – there is no choice, merely the pre-ordained (given...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235225 Subjects: Non Fiction, Religion, Philosophy ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...the exact nature and extent of the rot - but they witnessed approvingly the public relations antics, insider trading, stock option resetting , unwi... ...nkenscientist, in due course, science will even be able to demonstrate a monovalent relationship between a pattern of brain activity in situ and the... ...l communication between humans would have ceased to exist. It would appear that the relationship between this universal language and the idiosyncrat... ...tween this universal language and the idiosyncratic, individualistic languages is a relation of correlation. Pain is correlated to brain activity, o... ... Whatever the disparity between the two, they must be related to one another. This relation is by virtue of two facts: (1) Both the brain and the c... ...raction between different definitions of definition gives rise to numerous forms of equivalence, all called "definitions". Real definitions, nominal... ...o discrepancies in accrued wealth. The doctrine of equal access is founded on the equivalence of Men. That all men are created equal and deserve t... ...rinciple. The general Relativity Theory (GRT) was founded on the principle of the equivalence (i.e., indistinguishability) of gravity and inertia.... ... desirable and two identically-preferable courses of action. Where there is no such equivalence – there is no choice, merely the pre-ordained (given...
 Book Id: WPLBN0000693012 Subjects: Non-Fiction, Religion, Kabbalah Literature ► Abstract Full Text Search Details... descend. The desires determine how the science, culture, art and social relationships of that generation will evolve. Everything is determined from... ...tudy of the Ten Sefirot) that time and space are terms that exist only in relation to us humans, that in fact, time does not exist. The minute one c... ...hat is a historic cornerstone from which begins a genuine change in man’s relation to the world, in his relation to the wisdom of Kabbalah, and his ... ...ts, gives each part a name according to its attributes, and describes the relationships between them and the outer world. That is the power of the l... ...ime. We cannot accurately measure emotions in our world. For example, the relation between touching a warm body and the brain’s reaction to it, depe... ...reator is not concealed from me. It is simply that because of the lack of equivalence in our attributes, I am remote from the Creator in the spiritu... ...ondition that by that you delight the giver. At the end of the process of equivalence, called the “end of correction”, the soul-vessel, the Malchut ...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097042 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ith that energy being subject to the Doppler effect because of the Planck relationship E = h υ according to the factor (1- β)/√(1- β 2 ). [3] Putt... ...the electric current." A similar statement may apply to gravitons in their relation to mass. [3] A is sail area, p is light pressure, k = 2/c ... ...e traveler ages most!" The Galilean-Newtonian-Einsteinian principle of equivalence equates gravitation and acceleration fields, and the speed of ... ... field would be expected to stop completely. Finally by the principle of equivalence, the same thing would be expected to happen in an infinite acce...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097086 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collection ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...apable of reflecting on its own condition, on other entities and on their relationships and, in addition, being endowed with a creative potentiality... ...eglect the fact that the selection of the concerned representations is in relation to the dialectical character of the world – a character that they ... ...e only possible and necessary similitude or symmetry being their entropic equivalence. Critical notes of the reader: 2. UNIVERSAL GRAVITATION ... ...d any other form of violent discontinuation of existence (Being). In the relationship between a ghost and a ″living″ rational entity, one should ass... ...he MESER concept explains this paradox by the fact that the communication relationship is purely mental and is in no way based on the senses. The M... ...own ″C″ constant from Einstein′s law. Without objecting in any way to the relation ″Energy is equal to mass multiplied with the squared C constant″,... ...the common meaning of the word). Critical notes of the reader: 2. Equivalence between the rational and the real By his thesis ″Causa sui″,... ...l is real and what is real is rational» - a statement that enunciates the equivalence between rational and real. The first part of the statement has... ... concepts 1. Existence and reason – the ″crisis″ of rationalism 2. Equivalence between the rational and the real 3. Complementarity betwee...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097643 Subjects: Non-Fiction, Education, Smarandache Collections ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...R + and Z ⊂ Q ⊂ R, where ' ⊂ ' denotes the containment that is ' contained ' relation. Z n = {0, 1, 2, ... , n-1} be the set of integers under mu... ... homomorphic image of a sub-semigroup of S 2 . In symbols G 1 | G 2 . The relation divides is denoted by '|'. DEFINITION: Let 1 K = (Z 1 ,... ...(z 1 , z 2 , z 3 )}, {a 1 , a 2 }, {0, 1}, δ, λ} Define the equivalence classes on Z as ~ 1 and ~ 2 . Find Z/~ 1 and Z/~ 2 . ...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235228 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Security ► Abstract Full Text Search Details..., lines, receivers, transmitters); • Raw materials: sources, cost and quality; • Relations with suppliers and support industries; • Import restr... ...on of the workforce - all depend on the strategic investor. That there is a strong relationship between the quality and decisions of the strategic ... ... brokers, the banking system and other financial venues. 8. To maintain a working relationship and to develop additional relationships with banks,... ...ategories of clients, sales promotion methods, advertising campaigns, image, public relations and other media campaigns. The strategic investor also... ...f the increase in the share price and the resulting capital gain. But whatever the relationship, there is no doubt that earnings are a good proxy t... ...o discrepancies in accrued wealth. The doctrine of equal access is founded on the equivalence of Men. That all men are created equal and deserve t...
 Book Id: WPLBN0002097015 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Science ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ted splitting, its remaining half almost instantly became infinitely small in relation to its first half. The relative difference between an infini... ...f Splitness Chapter One: The Universe 66 Large… That is: relatively. In relation to each other, and in relation to Time… as relative Condition... ...gy and Space. It is also just as relative as Energy and Space. Its relative relationship to Energy and Space is constantly changing just as the re... ... relationship to Energy and Space is constantly changing just as the relative relationship of Energy to Space is also constantly changing; in the co... ...rse equally: all the original relative conditions of Energy change equally in relation to each other: but not to itself. Why? Because Energy had a... ...ck. Rather than give the masses any more liberty: he gave them a token, legal equivalence of Lawful Rights of Citizenship; without giving the masses... ...trouble is: you can’t. You can only believe you did. It is an imaginary equivalence. Invented by Science. It is pure bullshit. Even in terms...
 Book Id: WPLBN0001235240 Subjects: Non Fiction, Education, Technology ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ed as a medium for cross promotion, supply chain management, and customer relations management. It offers only some minor synergies with non-cyberspa... ...tioned to provide these rating services reliably. Content brokers are relationship managers. Consider distributors: they provide instant access ... ...and reduce their overhead by outsourcing the functions of distribution and relationships management. The existence of central "relationship ledgers" ... .... Rights may have to be re-assigned, revenues re-distributed, contractual relationships re-thought. Moreover, e-books have hitherto been to print boo... ... giant content delivery, marketing, supply chain management, and customer relationship management platform. This evolution all but demolished the no... ...tween different definitions of definition gives rise to numerous forms of equivalence, all called "definitions". Real definitions, nominal definition...
 Book Id: WPLBN0000660062 ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...ne man, it is all to be explained from indi- vidual experience. There is a relation between the hours of our life and the centuries of time. As the ai... ...and other accidents of appearance; others by intrinsic likeness, or by the relation of cause and effect. The progress of the intellect is to the clear... ...ct in nature, to reduce it under the dominion of man. A man is a bundle of relations, a knot of roots, whose flower and fruitage is the world. His fac... ...en it before me. For my perception of it is as much a fact as the sun. The relations of the soul to the divine spirit are so pure that it is profane t... ...sorbs past and future into the present hour. All things are made sacred by relation to it,—one as much as another. All things are dissolved to their c... ..., I hear some reader exclaim, you have arrived at a fine Pyrrhonism, at an equivalence and indifferency of all actions, and would fain teach us that i...
 Book Id: WPLBN0000661436 Subjects: Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama ► Abstract Full Text Search Details...any considerations on which conduct is built, each man stands in a certain relation. He takes life on a certain principle. He has a compass in his spi... ... his spirit which points in a certain direc- tion. It is the attitude, the relation, the point of the compass, that is the whole body and gist of what... ... and the mind runs out to meet it ere the phrase be done. The universe, in relation to what any man can say of it, is plain, patent and staringly comp... .... But what any man can say of it, even in his highest utterance, must have relation to this little and plain corner, which is no less visible to us th... ...ocket-book of reference on morals, which should stand to life in some such relation, say, as Hoyle stands in to the sci- 11 Lay Morals entific game o... ...ation, that his house, his table, and his toilette, shall be in a ratio of equivalence, and equally imposing to the world. If this is in the Bible, th...
 Book Id: WPLBN0000662408 Subjects: Fiction, Literature, Literature & drama ► Abstract Full Text Search Details.................................................................. 144 The Poor Relation ................................................................... ...ing or some other thing That has a patent and intrinsical 136 E.A. Robinson Equivalence in those egregious shillings. And yet he knows, God help him!... ...end, again outside, Will be living, having died. 146 E.A. Robinson The Poor Relation No longer torn by what she knows And sees within the eyes of oth... ... what a ghost may reawaken, But welcomes, while she wears and mends The poor relation’s odds and ends, Her truant from a tomb of years — Her power of ...
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