correspondence

  1. communication by the exchange of letters
  2. compatibility of observations
  3. a function such that for every element of one set there is a unique element of another set
  4. communication by exchange of letters

Correspondence

matching of two separate types of information: for example, letters or letter strings with the phonemes they represent; matching one written with one spoken word.
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Correspondence

(from the article `Gregoras, Nicephorus`) ...(1204) to 1359. Supplementing the work of the earlier 14th-century historian George Pachymeres, Gregoras enlarged on the philosophical and ...
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correspondence

(from the article `Swedenborg, Emanuel`) In his massive exegetical and theological volumes, Swedenborg attempted to interpret the Scriptures in the light of the `correspondence` between the ...
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correspondence

(kor″ә-spon´dәns) the condition of being in agreement or conformity. retinal correspondence the state concerned with the impingement of image-producing stimuli on the retinas of the two eyes.
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correspondence

[n] - communication by the exchange of letters 2. [n] - communication by exchange of letters
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Correspondence

• (n.) The letters which pass between correspondents. • (n.) Mutual adaptation, relation, or agreement, of one thing to another; agreement; congruity; fitness; relation. • (n.) Friendly intercourse; reciprocal exchange of civilities; especially, intercourse between persons by means of letters.
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correspondence

noun communication by the exchange of letters
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Correspondence

[mathematics] In mathematics and mathematical economics, correspondence is a term with several related but distinct meanings. ...
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Correspondence

[theology] The term `correspondence” was coined by the 18th century theologian Emanuel Swedenborg in his Arcana Coelestia (1749–1756), Heaven and Hell (1758) and other works. ==Swedenborg== ===Definition=== In the terminology of Swedenborg’s revelation, `correspondence” is a basic relationship found between two levels of existence. ...
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Correspondence

Cor`re·spond'ence noun [ Confer F. correspondance .] 1. Friendly intercourse; reciprocal exchange of civilities; especially, intercourse between persons by means of letters. « Holding also good correspondence with the other great men in the state. Bacon. » &#x...
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correspondence

an attribute of a shape or relation
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correspondence

Communication between persons or between institutions or organizations by an exchange of letters. Its use in indexing and cataloging will generally figure in historical and biographical material. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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correspondence

In mathematics, the relation between two sets where an operation on the members of one set maps some or all of them onto one or more members of the other. For example, if A is the set of members of a family and B is the set of months in the year, A and B are in corresponden...
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Correspondence

Suppose there is some determinate relation R between members a of a class A and members b of a class B. Consider a subclass B' of B, consisting of all the b's (in B) which are related by R to each member of some one sub-class A' of A. Then the members of B' may be said to correspond to the members of A'. If a class D corresponds to C as so defined....
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correspondence

Type: Term Pronunciation: kōr′ĕ-spon′dents Definitions: 1. In optics, those points on each retina that have the same visual direction.
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