[telecommunications] Transposition is the periodic swapping of positions of the conductors of a transmission line, in order to reduce crosstalk and otherwise improve transmission. In telecommunications this applies to balanced pairs whilst in power transmission lines three conductors are per...
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[Logic] The result of the debate was Delete Jtkiefer T | @ | C ----- 04:20, 25 September 2005 (UTC) ===Erasmus mafokepolos=== Delete as most likely a very elaborate hoax. One finds a total of zero (!) hits for "Mafokepolos" even by itself. In case that was just a misspelling, Erasmus + Dante...
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In music, a transposition is a change of a composition into another key.
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The switching of locations of two items.
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[music] In music transposition refers to the process, or operation, of moving a collection of notes (pitches or pitch classes) up or down in pitch by a constant interval. For example, one might transpose an entire piece of music into another key. Similarly, one might transpose a tone row or ...
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an arrangement of the strands or laminations of a conductor or of the conductors forming a turn or coil, whereby they take different relative positions in a slot or in successive slots for the purpose of reducing eddy current losses
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a) in relation to power cables: the practice of laying single-core cables so that each phase cable successively occupies, over approximately equal lengths of the route, each geometrical position in the laying formation b) in relation to shielding conductors: the practice of laying a shielding conduc...
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a change of the relative positions of the phase conductors of a line NOTE - The transposition is carried out in order to establish adequate electrical symmetry of the conductors one to another or with respect to earth or with respect to neighbouring systems.
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the ordered permutation of the pattern of the multiple of a switching stage to improve traffic carrying characteristics and reduce crosstalk
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The form of valid inference of the propositional calculus from A ? B to ~B ? ~A. The law of transposition is the theorem of the propositional calculus, [p ? q] ? [~q ? ~q]. -- A.C.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: trans-pō-zi′shŭn Definitions: 1. Removal from one place to another; metathesis. 2. The condition of being in the wrong place or on the wrong side of the body (viscera placed opposite their normal position; such as liver on the left or apex of heart on right)...
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[law] In European Union law, transposition is a process by which the European Union`s member states give force to a directive by passing appropriate implementation measures. Transposition is typically done by either primary or secondary legislation. The European Commission closely monitors t...
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1) Abnormal condition 2) Abnormalcy 3) Abnormality 4) Heterotaxy
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