equivalence
Equivalence (from Latin : aequus "equal" and valere "to be worth", equivalence ) stands for:
- Concept of equivalence in mathematics, see equivalence relation
- Equivalence of sets, obsolete for uniformity, see cardinality (mathematics)
- Equivalence (matrix) , equivalence relation on the class of matrices
- Logical equivalence , two logical expressions have the same truth value
- Equivalence of representations, see representation theory
- in geometry, the property of a map network design to reproduce the size of an area reduced by a certain scale, see equal area
- Equivalence (patent system) , evaluation criterion for inventive step
- Equivalence (sound engineering) , equivalence of running time differences and level differences that act in the same direction
- Equivalence (test theory) , type of equivalence of measurements in test theory
- Equivalence (translatology) , relationship between the source and target text in translations
- Static equivalence , two statically equivalent groups of forces
See also:
- Pharmaceutical equivalence , equivalence of two drugs
- Program equivalence , two computer programs calculate the same function
- Equivalence problem, decision problem as to whether two language definitions are equivalent (theoretical computer science)
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