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The trials in the three test blocks (i.e., testing cycle) contained probe trials to assess maintenance of the previously trained baseline relations and the emergence of all symmetrical, transitive, and equivalence relations in the two potential classes.
To date, there exist many transitive signature schemes for undirected graphs, but there exists no transitive signature scheme for undirected graphs from lattices.
([C.sub.3]) If H has order inclusion transitive property on CC(H) then, [mathematical expression not reproducible]
Many efficient algorithms of transitive closure have been developed in the field of algorithmic graph theory: we mention Roy Warshal algorithm [6] and Warren algorithms [7] based on a matrix representation of the graph.
Suffix -ler follows an ergative distribution as it only occurs on subjects of transitive verbs (A-NP), but still can be omitted without resulting in ungrammaticality:
The struggle with death, which finds expressions in our works, is a reminder of the need for differentiation and coordination with regards to the transitive and intransitive.
As Kemmer (1993) stresses, not all middle verbs possess corresponding transitive counterparts.
(ii) H is transitive and imprimitive in its action on [[OMEGA].sub.n];
In this subsection, we assume that U [not equal to] [phi] is a universe of discourse, R a fuzzy neutrosophic reflexive and transitive binary relation on U and [R.bar] and [bar.R] the lower and upper FN rough approximation operator induced by (U,R).
Keywords: disimplicial arcs, bisimplicial edges of bipartite graphs, disimplicial elimination schemes, bisimplicial elimination schemes, diclique irreducible digraphs, transitive digraphs, dedekind digraphs
Then, v [right arrow] w is disimplicial in G if and only if (v, w) is a transitive vertex of Join(G, M).
In his candidly critical and sympathetic approach, he remarks that Heschel is preoccupied with the project of self-transcendence or, in other words, the movement from reflexive (concern for self or ego-centeredness) to transitive concern (concern for others or God-centeredness).