Transitivity

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Triadic Closure - Measurements - Transitivity
... Another measure for the presence of triadic closure is transitivity, defined as. ...
Pairwise Comparison - Transitivity
... Most agree upon what transitivity is, though there is debate about the transitivity of indifference ... The rules of transitivity are as follows for a given decision agent ... Probabilistic models require transitivity only within the bounds of errors of estimates of scale locations of entities ...
Differences Between American And British English (vocabulary) - Grammar - Verbs - Transitivity
... The following verbs show differences in transitivity between BrE and AmE agree Transitive or intransitive in BrE, usually intransitive in AmE (agree a contract/agree to or on a contract) ...
Transitivity (grammar)
... In linguistics, transitivity is a property of verbs that relates to whether a verb can take direct objects and how many such objects a verb can take ... In functional grammar, transitivity is considered to be a continuum rather than a binary category as in traditional grammar ... to which an action affects its object (so that the verb see is described as having "lower transitivity" than the verb kill) ...