transitivity | in graph theory a graph is
transitive if whenever there is a line ab and a line bc, there is also a line
ac; for E. A. Wrigley (1973) a transitive relation between records
exists if when records A and B are linked and records B and C
are linked, A and C are also linkable (cf. chain (1))
(Cf. E. A. Wrigley, 1973) |