inverse symmetry


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in·verse sym·me·try

correspondence of the right or left side of an asymmetric individual to the left or right side of another.
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showed that the power law (1) observed in large-sized variables is derived from Gibrat's law [32, 33] under inverse symmetry [24, 25].
In the analytic derivation of firm growth, we did not assume inverse symmetry [24, 25] or non-Gibrat's law [28-31].
The application of inverse symmetry consists or changing the variable that works counter wise, i.