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  • n. The condition of being extensive
  • n. The extent to which something is extensive


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  • See page 10 where the court cites Clifford for the co-extensivity of Section 61 and the 16th Amendment.

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  • Sorokin's next chapter is devoted to an analysis of its five dimensions, namely intensity, extensivity, duration, purity and adequacy to its subjective purpose.

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  • The additivity of entropy S = S1 + S2 assumes extensivity, whereas for systems that interact / exhibit long-range interactions (gravitational field is an example), the notion of entropy has been generalized to describe such non-extensive systems.

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  • Tsallis and others are well-known) lead to non-extensivity, and the presence of an additional term (S = S1

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