antisymmetric


an·ti·sym·met·ric

adjective \ˌan-tē-sə-ˈme-trik, ˌan-ˌtī-\

Definition of ANTISYMMETRIC

:  relating to or being a relation (as is a subset of) that implies equality of any two quantities for which it holds in both directions <the relation R is antisymmetric if aRb and bRa implies a = b>

First Known Use of ANTISYMMETRIC

1923

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