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Related to equivalence: Equivalence principle, equivalence relation, Equivalence class
  • noun

Synonyms for equivalence

Synonyms for equivalence

the state of being equivalent

Synonyms for equivalence

a state of being essentially equal or equivalent

essential equality and interchangeability

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As noted above, in most studies of equivalence class formation, training and testing trials were administered in the same format.
One form involves the use of a deck of cards, each of which contains one of the stimuli that is a member of each potential equivalence class.
In 2009, the Committee of European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Supervisors issued a consultation paper on the technical criteria for assessing third-country equivalence.
In this paper, we believe that there is a close relationship between solving mathematical problems and solving word equivalence problems between two languages.
The performance of the network following the one-to-many training protocols shows the ability of such networks, given some basic training, to derive equivalence classes.
We created a free-fall equivalence experiment, having "borrowed" two dropping chambers that were available during the process of constructing the six JILAg gravimeters, by adding a copper mass to one dropped object and a (depleted) uranium mass to the other.
An analysis of the cross-cultural equivalence of some frequently used personality inventories.
A further aim of the paper is to examine the role of equivalence scales and the unit of analysis in the context of the reranking that arises from direct taxation, when moving from pre-tax to post-tax incomes.
The Equivalence 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.
The apportionment of energy equivalence includes a gravitational component.
of North Texas) presents a study of equivalence relations and classification problems that includes an introduction to basic concepts as well as a review of classical descriptions of set theory.
Following such derived performances, the stimuli are said to participate in an equivalence class (Sidman, 1994) or a relational frame of equivalence (Barnes, 1994; Hayes, Barnes-Holmes, & Roche, 2001).
The present paper focuses on how the concept of equivalence can be applied in qualitative cross-cultural research.