biunique

biunique

(ˌbaɪjuːˈniːk)
adj
(Mathematics) linguistics relating to a one-to-one correspondence
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Theory of unbalanced growth, theory of location and the theory of growth poles are examples of theories of the first, second and the third generation who explained to the economic thought of those periods - nineteenth century, the twentieth century, respectively, current century--the intrinsic relationship germs, biunique, between the poles of growth and economic integration.
Calota Traian -Ovidiu, (2013), highlights the role of accounting as an information system and decision support management and the permanent biunique relationship between general management and accounting management.
He tried to find the exact place where it had happened and the correct chronology, establishing a biunique correspondence between mythological tales and geological formations.
The process of separation is therefore constructed in a context of progressive redefinition and of transformation of the bonding relationships of the adolescent (Soares & Campos, 1988), thus denoting a biunique dynamic in which parents and adolescents are deeply involved.
Of course, when we analyze the link between the nature of language and the nature of communication and understanding, to we to the "process school;" when we deal, however, with the cultural determinism of communication, using our concepts and Gonseth Kuhn (paradigm, respectively referential), we think in terms of semiotic school that emphasizes biunique constant interaction between the message "producer" and the reference system, between it and the "reader.
Advantaged by the fact that Darwin's is a scientist's notebook, which allows for assuming biunique lexical relationships, Bertacca arrives at an extended definition of ellipsis which takes into account "extratextual components".
Content ('the facts of thought') seems here to precede its expression, with the minor complication of the verbs "influenzare" and "determinare," (20) which imply a potentially biunique process.
To correlate the two images, we have to find a biunique correspondence between the elements composing each of the images (Stamin et al.
In opposition to "laminar movement," the one that takes place from one point of reference to another, vortical or swirling motion traces smooth space, "where matterflow can no longer be cut into parallel layers, and movement no longer allows itself to be hemmed into biunique relations between points" (371).
The theta criterion establishes a strictly biunique relation between the thematic roles assigned by a lexical head and the arguments licensed by that head.
There is a biunique relation between the personality and the sport performance