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**2.** What does ** Dualises** mean? Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dualise

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**5.** Verbs for dual include dualise, dualised, ** Dualises**, dualising, dualize, dualized, dualizes and dualizing

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**7.** Dualise (third-person singular simple present ** Dualises**, present participle dualising, simple past and past participle dualised) Alternative spelling of dualize Anagrams [ edit ]

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**9.** As ' ** Dualises** (D4) and (D,) (apply ', and use (D1)-(D3)), they are equivalent

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**10.** This paper similarly ** Dualises** intuitionism to aparaconsistent logic, but the dual is a different logic, namely closed setlogic

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**12.** Maths Logic having the property that the interchange of certain pairs of terms, and usually the distribution of negation, yields equivalent structures or Explanation of *Dualises*

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**13.** If some alter ego fully ** Dualises** M, then we say that M is fully dualisable

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**14.** M ** Dualises** M [at the finite level] if the embedding η A: A → E D (A) is an isomorphism, for each [finite] algebra A ∈ A

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**15.** (2) M fully ** Dualises** M [at the finite level] if, in addition to (1), the structural embedding ε X: X → D E (X) is an isomorphism, for each [finite] structure X ∈ X

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**16.** Priest (2009) formulates a propositional logic which, by employing the worldsemantics for intuitionist logic, has the same positive part but ** Dualises** the negation, to produce a paraconsistent logic which it calls ‘Da Costa Logic’

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**17.** In [13], it was shown that modal logic for coalgebras ** Dualises**—concerning definability— equational logic for algebras

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**18.** A based on M, or M∼ ** Dualises** M, if for every A ∈ A, the embedding eA is an isomorphism

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**19.** If for every A in A ﬁn, e A is an isomorphism, then M∼ ** Dualises** M at the ﬁnite level

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**20.** We show that if the cochain complex computing Ext groups (in the category of modules over Hopf algebroids) admits a cocyclic structure, then the noncommutative Cartan calculus structure on Tor over Ext ** Dualises** in a cyclic sense to a calculus on Coext over Cotor

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**21.** This algorithm ** Dualises** the standard persistence one and clarifies the symmetry between clear and compress optimisations

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**22.** For direct product everything ** Dualises** well (if the category verifies AB4*) Share

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**23.** This algorithm ** Dualises** the standard persistence one and clarifies the symmetry between clear and compress optimisations.

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**24.** This ** Dualises** a wellknown criterion of G

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**25.** We show that if the cochain complex computing Ext groups (in the category of modules over Hopf algebroids) admits a cocyclic structure, then the noncommutative Cartan calculus structure on Tor over Ext ** Dualises** in a cyclic sense to a calculus on Coext over Cotor

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**27.** Considered as a point of the vector space of rank 2n over GF(q), ** Dualises**, with respect to the standard inner product, to a hyperplane which contains all the elements of U M since (I M) −M I = 0

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**28.** In the dual space the subspace U M ** Dualises** to the subspace U † M spanned by the rows of the matrix I −MT where MT denotes the transpose of

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**29.** A in A,thenwesaythatM∼ ** Dualises** M at the ﬁnite level.IfM∼ yields a duality on A, then we have a representation for A:eachalgebraA ∈ A is isomorphic to the algebra ED(A) of all morphisms from its dual D(A)intoM∼.IfeA and εX are isomorphisms, for all A ∈ A and X ∈ X,thenwesaythatM∼ yields a full duality on A or that M∼ fully

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**30.** ** Dualises** ethical problems that most often are social in nature and thus results in an incomplete historical picture

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**DUALISES** [ˈd(y)o͞oəˌlīz]

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Dualism, in philosophy, the use of two irreducible, heterogeneous principles (sometimes in conflict, sometimes complementary) to analyze the knowing process (epistemological dualism) or to explain all of reality or some broad aspect of it (metaphysical dualism ).

Definition of dualism. 1 : a **theory that considers reality to consist of two irreducible elements or modes**. 2 : the quality or state of being dual or of having a dual nature. 3a : a doctrine that the universe is under the dominion of two opposing principles one of which is good and the other evil.

Dualism, in philosophy, the **use of two irreducible, heterogeneous principles** (sometimes in conflict, sometimes complementary) to analyze the knowing process (epistemological dualism) or to explain all of reality or some broad aspect of it (metaphysical dualism ). Examples of epistemological dualism are being and thought, subject and object,...

Plato – A __Dualist__ View. Dualism – Plato was a dualist, meaning **he believed in two separate entities when it came to body & soul**. Plato suggested that the soul is immortal while the body is mortal, at the end of life the soul is set free from the body.