This equivalence relation R is called indiscernibility
It is not about identity or copying, but it is about establishing a zone "[...] of neighborhood, indiscernibility
or indifferentiation" (55) (Deleuze, 2006, p.
The "inter" zone, between two or more professions, is the zone of what they have in common or that point of indiscernibility
to which the elements of the same field of knowledge converge, in which the practices of a professionalized action are born.
Magical Realism and Deleuze: The Indiscernibility
of Difference in Postcolonial Literature.
As per Azevedo (2013), Agamben's search, in clarifying the idea of the death camp as a paradigm of sovereign power in the contemporary world, made him realize the production of an indiscernibility
zone between man and non-man.
For any R [subset or equal to] U [union] D, there is an associated indiscernibility
 suggested the soft fuzzy-rough set-based magnetic resonance brain image segmentation for handling the uncertainty related to indiscernibility
This "becoming" unsettles the human-animal distinction to create what Gilles Deleuze calls a "zone of indiscernibility
or undecidability between man and animal" (2003, 21).
The Rough inclusion function is the extension of Rough indiscernibility
relation (IND) of traditional RST.
In such a case, though, since space remains homogeneous, hence lacking in qualitative changes introduced by matter in movement, the differences between spatial parts cannot be qualitative and are purely quantitative -in direct clash with Leibniz's indiscernibility
Let us take the simplest case: the sentence "One and one make two." (19) This holds in most everyday cases, such as "one apple plus one apple equals two apples" but notice that if the apples in question have to be somehow different (see Leibniz on indiscernibility
), as soon as they are too different (say a "wild malus sieversii" and a "cultivar D'Arcy Spice"), performing the operation can require some level of generalization that is perhaps not pragmatically expedient anymore (e.g., for cooking or commercial purposes).
relation leads to the mathematical basis for the RS theory.