Definitions for "Equivalence"
C&P page: Definition: Two statements are equivalent if and only if neither has truth- value T when the other has truth-value F. Comment: Alternatively, we could say that two statements are equivalent if each follows from the other. Two statements which are equivalent by one definition will also be equivalent by the other.
qualities that are comparable; "no comparison between the two books"; "beyond compare"
a morphism that has an inverse morphism, so that when the two are composed, the identity morphism appears
The condition of being equivalent or equal; equality of worth, value, signification, or force; as, an equivalence of definitions.
Equal power or force; equivalent amount.
To be equivalent or equal to; to counterbalance.
A term applied by the Uruguay Round Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) Measures. WTO Member countries shall accord acceptance to the SPS measures of other countries (even if those measures differ from their own or from those used by other Member countries trading in the same product) if the exporting country demonstrates to the importing country that its measures achieve the importer’s appropriate level of sanitary and phytosanitary protection.
A set R of ACATS results is equivalent to a previously evaluated set of results, P, provided that (1) the ACATS used in producing R is the same as the ACATS used in producing P, with the possible exception of using different implementation-specific substitution values; and (2) application of the ACATS grading rules results satisfies all the following: (a) every test graded as passed in P is also graded as passed in R; (b) every test graded as inapplicable in P is graded as passed or inapplicable in R; and (c) every test graded as unsupported in P is graded as passed, inapplicable, or unsupported in P (see Section
The relationship between preferred and non-preferred terms where two or more terms are regarded, for indexing purposes, as referring to the same concept (ISO 2788, Clause 8.2). Relationship linking non-preferred terms to preferred terms.
The concept that translation or interpretation must strive to transfer meaning from one language to its equivalent in another, taking into consideration the class, culture, profession, etc. of both the source and the target text or speech.
The monetary payment required to put the claimant in the same position as he would have been were it not for the compulsory acquisition of his interest. It is therefore neither more nor less than his loss.
The quantity of the combining power of an atom, expressed in hydrogen units; the number of hydrogen atoms can combine with, or be exchanged for; valency. See Valence.
The degree of combining power as determined by relative weight. See Equivalent, n., 2.
Keywords:  map, chapter, proportion, true, scale
Areas on one portion of a map are in scale with areas in any other portion.
The property of a map projection to represent all areas in true proportion to one another. See Chapter 6.