All previous studies on the long-term maintenance of stimulus equivalence
classes have included a test for stimulus equivalence
immediately following contact with the trained experimental contingencies.
Figure 3 shows contour plots of the equivalence
ratio and initial temperature versus the reformed gas composition, hydrogen, water, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and methane.
Proposition 1: It is necessary that all equivalence
benefits are available in three areas: reinsurance, group solvency calculation and group supervision, said David Sherwood, a senior manager in Deloitte's governance, regulatory and risk practice.
The map of homotopy limits will be a homotopy equivalence
if the associated map of section spaces, [[GAMMA].
This suggests that equivalence
in translation, as in mathematics, refers to the state of having the same value, function, meaning, and so on (Merriam-Webster Dictionary) (2).
If we train four equivalence
classes consisting of four members each, such as A1-B1-C1-D1, A2-B2-C2-D2, A3-B3-C3-D3 and A4-B4-C4-D4, the compound stimulus A1B1 maintains an equivalence
relation with B2C2 because both compounds contain elements belonging to the same class.
Standard applies retrospectively and renders the Master's degrees earned prior to introduction of the Equivalence
Standard inferior to those earned after the introduction of ES.
In Connected EPA-PO, one scheme is proposed to keep the current flowing smoothly while cutting the conductor into two parts by the equivalence
That difficulty of students prompted us to use semantic weband make their documents readable (understandable) to infer the things on their own Protege 4 helped us create equivalence
between all the terms but it was frustrating to add a new equivalence
or delete an old equivalence
The four different chambers are designed at primary zone equivalence
ratios of 0.
To date, the transfer of functions through equivalence
relations has been demonstrated with discriminative (e.