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  • n. inequivalence

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  • n. not interchangeable


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non- +‎ equivalence


  • * Psychological nonequivalence of mathematically equivalent information* Influence of affective processing of information* Discounting the importance of future events* The differential impact of losses and gains* Construction of mental models for representing problems* Reliance on confirmatory evidence

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  • Barwise is able to prove the nonequivalence between the fixed point and the hierarchical account he claims.

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  • Two facts contribute to an extraordinary importance and, at the first glance, a strange use of transparent nodes: the invisibility of nodes, and the nonequivalence of the object's area and its cover's area.

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  • The above definition of T has made their nonequivalence quite clear.

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